What was it like to be married to a persecuted minister? Did the trials put a strain on relationships? We find out first hand from the letters that passed between Janet and John Carstairs (sometimes Carstares) while he was being pursued by the authorities. She would be imprisoned briefly herself for attending a conventicle. Her loving yet courageous words to him are especially moving.
- To be “weighed and laid to heart” – John Sinclair and the Ormiston Covenant – SFH107
- What Made the Solemn League and Covenant Solemn? – Aberlady – SFH106
- Conversations that Still Endure – Necropolis, Glasgow – SFH105
- Covenant Close and the International Covenant – The Royal Mile, Edinburgh – SFH104
- Newbattle Abbey and the International Covenant – Lothian Burial Ground, Newbattle Abbey – SFH103
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