Samuel Rees Howells, A Life of Intercession: The Legacy of Prayer and Spiritual Warfare of an Intercessor

Learn how God still intervenes in world history, from the Korean War to the Cuban Missile Crisis, and from the Six-Day War to the fall of the Soviet Union! Beginning in the days of Rees Howells, this book continues this powerful story of intercession and traces its effectual legacy into the twenty-first century. More

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About Richard A. Maton

Richard A. Maton worked with Samuel Rees Howells for forty-seven years at the Bible College of Wales (BCW). He provides readers with a firsthand account of Samuel’s life and the inner workings of BCW, with its staff and friends, in his two biographies of Samuel, son of Rees Howells.

Richard was converted under the preaching of Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones and was called to the Bible College of Wales in 1956 after hearing Leonard Ravenhill preaching at BCW. He has served in various roles as teacher (Emmanuel Grammar School), lecturer, dean, trustee and Principal of the College and worked closely alongside Samuel for more than twenty years. Richard is married to Kristine.

Kristine Maton joined the College family in 1936, when her parents sold all to work when Rees Howells was the Director. She grew-up at the College during the war years, and later joined the School staff, taking various roles including becoming Head Teacher. Kristine has laboured extensively with her husband Richard on this book, providing valuable insights, including personal memories from the prayers of Rees Howells, to the many decades of the ministry of Samuel Howells.

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