Afraid that the soloist was not a Christian, William knelt in his tent and prayed long and earnestly for his soul.
Theodulf of Orleans is best remembered, however, for his beautiful hymn Gloria, Laus et Honor
Finally one night, resolving to kneel until he found forgiveness, he prayed and prayed.
Newspapers puffed the story, and Allen became a media sensation.
Many British Christians viewed this as a mandate of biblical prophecy
Greeley’s words catapulted Antoinette Brown to prominence, and she was offered a preaching ministry at a large New York City church.
For 15 centuries, this day in church history has belonged to John Chrysostom, who died on September 14, 407 at age 60. His powerful sermons gave him the reputation as […]
… among the oppressed were the great-grandsons of Joseph and Mary…
The speeches were largely anti-Christian and denounced Christian missions as unchristian.
The real power room of Methodism was Wesley’s tiny prayer closet with its small table, tall window, and open Bible.
Young Jabez often heard Wesley preach, and he developed a great love for the gospel.
Proverbs 16:18—Too much pride will destroy you—finds a perfect illustration in Benedetto Gaetani. Gaetani, a clergyman, carried himself with aplomb, serving the Vatican well in various capacities across Europe. When […]
Known as the ‘Powerhouse in a Petticoat’, Hannah More was a woman whose remembrance speaks less of her particular accomplishments than of her influence and associations. In this regard, she […]
Visitors to Boston Commons with its graceful swan boats might be surprised to learn what once happened there to Obadiah Holmes. In 1651 Holmes was arrested for preaching Baptist doctrine […]
After years of ingratitude, unbelief, blasphemy and rebellion, have I at last been melted?
In 1840 three strands of purpose—missionary advance, humanitarian resolve, and slavery abolition—merged into the Niger Expedition, brainchild of Fowell Buxton of the Church Missionary Society and of the Society for […]