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MAN WHO LOVED SOULS
Hidden Memoirs of a Mountain Preacher

(Photo in book cover is of Henry standing on Trumbull Ave., in Detroit, MI, before a revival service, being held in the old storefront building to the right.  It was 1957 and one of the greatest revivals of his lifetime!)

  "The Man Who Loves Souls" is a collection of unpublished memoirs of a mountain preacher
(Rev. Henry Robertson), in the early 1900's, now published in book form for your reading enjoyment!

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Gail Mason said:   November 10, 2009 3:05 pm PST
I am sitting here in awe... I am so Thankful to see history unfold before my eyes... I was a member of Irene's Church, and worked in the ministry with her. and have went to almost every revival Brother Wayne preached in the mountains of Eastern Ky... Have heard many wonderful stories of Rev. Henry Robertson and His wife lottie... I feel like I'm reliving History... God Bless you wanette, and Thanks a million for writing this wonderful Book about your Pap Paw... God love & God bless you: Sister Gail mason

Johnny Hayes said:   November 4, 2009 9:26 am PST
I am so glad to see this website go up, Wanette. I can hardly wait to read the book. Keep going!!!!

Sandy Loudermilk said:   October 29, 2009 4:50 pm PST
I remember Brother Robertson coming and preaching a revival for Daddy. I was a teenager then. He really touched my life.

Wanette Robertson said:   October 22, 2009 8:22 pm PST
Beverly Lynn Robertson Webb, you will be sorely missed my younger sister! Today you went to be with the Lord and I'm sure Mama and Papaw were there to greet you as you made your grand entrance to be in the Father's presence! I love you forever! Wanette

Brenda Dillon said:   October 18, 2009 6:24 am PST
Great job Wanette! I am so blessed to have been a part of his ministry for over 20 years. I know the man. He mentored me, gave me direction, and helped mold me into the person I am today. I loved him like he was my own dad. I called him Dad...

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