You’ve been a soldier in the war of 1812. But now, you’ve found Jesus. The only problem you’ve got is that the religious world is telling you all sorts of conflicting things. Which one is right? How can you tell?
This is the story of Elder Samuel Rogers, or as J.W. McGarvey called him, “Uncle Sammy.”
Samuel Rogers was a soldier and a preacher. His life was lived as a soldier for Christ. He planted many congregations throughout Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, and the surrounding areas. One estimate says that he personally baptized over 7,000 people.
Along the way he survives a wildfire, is confronted with kindness that crosses racial borders, and meets Alexander Campbell.
This new, revised edition has been completely reformatted, meticulously proofread for any typos, and updated with modern spelling–all to bring you, the reader, a more pleasant reading experience.
We’ve been publishing this book since 2013 (and you’re still welcome to buy a copy from us for just $9.99), but we’re now making available for FREE in eBook format in the Jimmie Beller Memorial eLibrary!
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Toils and Struggles of the Olden Times: The Autobiography of Elder Samuel Rogers
-Bradley S. Cobb