Amen. The way things are I've been doing that a lot lately!
About 600 years after the apostle Paul was converted in Damascus, a boy was born there named John Mansour. Damascus was by then ruled by the Muslims, but John’s father, […]
Algerian rebels, armed with captured Italian rifles and traditional scimitars (Arabian curved swords), screamed questions at Father Charles de Foucauld. Lying on the floor of the fort with his hands […]
Harriet Atwood was born at Haverhill, Massachusetts on October 10, 1793. In 1806, while at school at Bradford, Massachusetts, she became deeply impressed with the importance of religion. In 1809, at the age of […]