Brainerd's quest for effectiveness reached a large degree of fulfillment when a religious revival broke out among a community of Indians in northern New Jersey. As the revival continued, Brainerd sought to develop his charges' spirituality maturity through teaching, training, and using them as coworkers in his ministry. Brainerd's commitment to his work also led him to defend the Indians' land against both alcohol merchants and land speculators.
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