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Free Gospel stories book offer from Norfolk writer 

Well-known Norfolk evangelist John Wright has just released a free online version of his book called The Road to Emmaus, a collection of short testimonies and Gospel stories, for Network Norfolk readers.

In a foreword, Crispin Joynson-Hicks Viscount Brentford, writes: “This book is gripping. The stories are fascinating; I have never consciously seen an angel, but may well have been protected and guided by one at times! The reality of Jesus is so important to us today.

“John often feels ‘strongly prompted to speak to’ someone about Jesus. This is a challenge to me and I am sure will also be to many readers as well. The stories are exciting and will be a great encouragement to us to move out of our natural reserve and speak to people about Jesus.”
John writes: “We are called to waste no opportunity to pass on the good news of salvation to those we meet. But many Christians confess they are too afraid or embarrassed to do so. Yet the story of my meeting on the London Tube shows how the Holy Spirit will help us if we have the courage to get out of the boat.”
For a free online copy of the book, email John at:

A hardback version of the book is also available at £5 including postage.


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