John Bunyan, the faithful pilgrim, the tinker of Bedford, the immortal dreamer, has been one of the most influential men in history. Bunyan's birth was humble, his childhood poor, his upbringing godless but his impact on others was beyond calculation. Even today, 350 years after it was written, The Pilgrim's Progress continues to be a top seller.
A Pilgrims Progress Traces Bunyan's life through his service in the English civil war, his conversion under the ministry and influence of John Gifford, a former soldier and the pastor of an independent church in Bedford, the restoration of Charles II, and the end of religious tolerance for dissenters, and Bunyan's arrest and twelve-year imprisonment during which his greatest works were penned.
In this video Derick Bingham, an avowed Bunyan enthusiast recounts the gripping tale of John Bunyan's incredible life and ministry.