What qualities could a man possess that would inspire a university to change its name because of the ideals he stood for and the results of his life?
William Taylor's pioneering spirit took him from the streets of San Francisco to the darkest corners of Africa. His empathy for sailors coming to port in San Francisco led Taylor to pay for and build them a resting place called the Bethel.
As a pastor, Taylor started churches in California, India, and Africa. As an evangelist, he preached to thousands in the open air. As a teacher, he started schools in South America. As a Methodist Bishop, he pioneered a new conference in Africa. As a publisher and writer, he supported himself and others in ministry.
Strap yourself in for a whirlwind, worldwide ride as one man lives with purpose and passion as a pioneer prophet.
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