By Canoe and Dog Train The Adventures of Sharing the Gospel with Canadian Indians
by Egerton Ryerson Young
Scripture Testimony Index stories in this book
A culture of misogyny and barbarism practiced by the men in an Indian village, is replaced with love and respect for women. This transformation was "wrought in them by the glorious gospel of the Son of God."
Thomas Walker testifies of the remarkable peace and joy that obtaining God's forgiveness brought upon his miserable soul.
People, hungering and thirsting for salvation, traveled hundreds of miles by canoe to hear the Gospel and receive Jesus.
The demise of Samuel Papanekis left Nancy, his wife, and their children; poor and destitute. When a community of Christian Canadian-Indians learnt about her condition, their own poverty not withstanding; they gave generously to make life more comfortable for Nancy and her children.