A Voice from New Mill Creek by Tony Grayson
The Methodists

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A powerful Protestant religion rose in 18th century England to spread throughout the world by the passionate efforts of extraordinary men and women of God. A Voice from New Mill Creek: The Methodists, is a fictional account of the early days of Methodism in the American colony of Virginia. During the years 1737 and 1738, as colonials asserted themselves to the British Crown, Methodism threatened an instrument of national power, the Anglican Church. The distraction presented an opportunity to a succeeding generation of North Carolina pirates. The descendents of Blackbeard's seamen seized their chance to venture from coastal North Carolina towns and blend with the Methodists as they planned to revive their storied past. Experience the exciting time of the Methodists during the waning days of piracy in colonial America. A Voice from New Mill Creek: The Methodists, is the first book of a four-book series that is based on events that occurred on or connect with 18th century New Mill Creek, which is located today in Chesapeake, Virginia.

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Published September 8, 2012 by Tony Alan Grayson. 386 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Arts & Photography, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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