This is more from the same story of the ministry of the Moravians ANTIGUA, 1756.—The case of Antigua offers a striking contrast. During the first fourteen years the cause in Antigua seemed hopeless. Samuel Isles, the first missionary, founded only one station, St. John’s, and baptized only fourteen converts; and judging by his own vivid reports, the chief reason seems…

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The following article is about the work in Jamaica accomplished by the Moravians. They are my heroes but made mistakes that could teach us! The Brethren earned their living by working the plantation; there they bred cattle; there they employed a gang of slaves to look after both the plantation and the cattle; there, just like other planters, they had…

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