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‘This account of a fascinating and neglected life makes a significant contribution to our knowledge of twentieth century British evangelicalism and overseas missions.’ (John Wolffe, Professor of Religious History, Open University)

‘The family lived through stirring times and Canon Houghton’s life was one of some drama, subject like St Paul to shipwreck and some dangers on the mission field, followed by much labour at home for the missionary society and many other Christian bodies and causes.’ (Timothy Yates, author)

‘One of the Lord’s great servants on earth. He was not only a dedicated evangelical leader in Britain, but a warm personal friend and supporter of mine for which I am very grateful.’ (Billy Graham)

‘His life and character exemplified the four marks of the Christian Church mentioned by our Lord: a concern for truth, a concern for holiness, a concern for mission, and a concern for unity.’ (John Stott)

‘Canon Houghton, a missionary statesman and a man of great stature. He was invariably supportive and encouraging.’ (John B. Taylor, former Bishop of St Albans)

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