||J.N. Loughborough and the 3 Cent Silver
Petra Publishing Co.
You are there, reliving the past as only Dr. C. Mervyn Maxwell could tell it. He performs a one-man-drama, re-enacting the story of John and Mary Loughborough as John decided to give up his job to become an unpaid pastor. Listen, too, as he retells the adventures of James and Ellen White as they travel through the dead of winter with a horse and sled over the thawing Mississippi River. You値l laugh, you値l cry, but you値l learn the meaning of being Laodicean. Far more importantly, you値l relive the spiritual growth of the Adventist pioneers. You値l see that nothing is too hard for God to do for you in your life if you値l only let Him.
C. Mervyn Maxwell
C. Mervyn Maxwell was chairman of the department of church history and professor of church history at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, Andrews University for twenty-five years. He holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree in church history from the University of Chicago. He is the author of many books, including Magnificent Disappointment; God Cares; God Cares Volume II; Man, What a God!; and Look at It This Way.