We are at the remote spot near Mauldslie, close to Gladhouse Reservoir with the Moorfoot Hills as a backdrop. During the first half of 1679 field meetings were held here on the boundary of the Borders and Midlothian. It was a brief window of powerful preaching. James Currie tells us of the dramatic and lasting impact and how they managed to escape being disrupted.
- Scotland’s Forgotten International Covenant – SFH089
- Alexander Reid’s “Very Remarkable” Experiences – Kirkliston Church – SFH088
- How Peden’s Ministry Began (But Almost Did Not) – Biggar Kirk – SFH087
- A Strange Transformation, James Harkness and the Captain – Biggar – SFH086
- “Hanged Without Trial” – Peter Gillies, Skirling – SFH085
Alexander Brodie Alexander Henderson Alexander Peden Alexander Shields Archibald Johnston Archibald Skeldie Arniston Bass Rock Beatrix Umpherston Biggar Borders Carnwath Carolina Christ Dying Claverhouse Closeburn Covenanters David Dickson Douglas Dumfries & Galloway Edinburgh Glencorse Old Kirk Greyfriars Kirkyard Helen Alexander Irvine James Currie James Guthrie James Renwick John Blackadder King Charles II Kirkliston Lanarkshire London Magdalen Chapel Midlothian Moffat Moray National Covenant National Museum Parliament Square Samuel Rutherford Simeon Ashe Slavery Solemn League & Covenant Tolbooth