John Stott: A Portrait by His FriendsBy: Chistopher J. H. Wright
Thirty-five of John's friends open their hearts and share memories of a unique man and a truly special friend. It is often said that the Acts of the Apostles would be better entitled 'Some Acts of Some Apostles', since most of the apostles of our Lord Jesus Christ are not even mentioned in Acts, and of those who are mentioned, doubtless many more stories could be told. The same could be said of this book: John Stott: A Portrait by His Friends. This is a mere pen-line sketch of a man who overflows all attempts to describe him, offered by a tiny few of his many, many friends.