Cunning Workmen


Read by TriciaG

(4.8 stars; 40 reviews)

Miss Cora Parkhurst is an irresponsible and flighty Sunday school teacher for a group of young ladies. She has simply no time to prepare the lessons, nor any knowledge of what it means to be a sincere Christian. Mr. Robert Hammond is an earnest, dedicated Sunday school teacher for a group of young men. Mr. Hammond invites Miss Parkhurst to the weekly teachers' meeting to spur her on, only to discover how much spiritual help and encouragement she needs! Meanwhile, Miss Parkhurst's fiance, Mr. George Tracy, is ambivalent towards any religious activities that interfere with his and Cora's relationship, and despises Mr. Hammond. (Summary by TriciaG) (6 hr 6 min)

Chapters

The Corner Class 17:12 Read by TriciaG
The Baby Lesson 18:32 Read by TriciaG
Work that Costs 17:25 Read by TriciaG
Work for One Day 18:34 Read by TriciaG
Work that Puzzles 17:36 Read by TriciaG
Work that Is Tangled 18:01 Read by TriciaG
Working in a Strange Place 18:16 Read by TriciaG
Work that Involves My ''Neighbor'' 19:17 Read by TriciaG
Blind Work 21:44 Read by TriciaG
Nervous Work 19:34 Read by TriciaG
Learning How to Work 12:30 Read by TriciaG
Work to be Dreaded 17:30 Read by TriciaG
Working for a Miracle 15:46 Read by TriciaG
Unwelcome Work 15:14 Read by TriciaG
Satan at Work 15:19 Read by TriciaG
The Result of the Work 14:14 Read by TriciaG
New Workmen 17:06 Read by TriciaG
Unexpected Work 14:26 Read by TriciaG
Working in Darkness 18:13 Read by TriciaG
Mysteries in Work 21:12 Read by TriciaG
Work Done by the Master 18:42 Read by TriciaG

Reviews


(5 stars)

Enjoyed listening as I do my Swedish Weaving.

Worth A Listen


(5 stars)

Great book centering around two Sunday School teachers, one who is saved and the other who is not. Throw in the complicating elements of a wordly fiancé and straying Sunday school students and it gets interesting. The progression of learning to come to faith in Christ and also walking out your faith made this enjoyable. The ending was not what I suspected and came quicker than I thought it should have. It leaves some speculation on the part of the listener on what might eventually happen to the central three characters. I have my own hopes…

thank you again, TriciaG


(5 stars)

of course it was a good story. Pansy's works are timeless. funny how this book covers my hubby's sermon (Romans 8:28) from last Sunday and also a discussion (women speaking in church) that has come up a few times this week. awesome! June 2021


(4.5 stars)

It was an interesting book, I was a little bummed that it ended when it did. I wanted to hear more about George coming to the Lord. but all in all excellent!

Great Story!


(5 stars)

Thank you, Tricia G, for bringing us another wonderful story by Pansy!