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Between 1830 and 1949, China became the largest Protestant mission field in the world, occupying up to 8,000 missionaries at any one time. It also became the scene of the […]
Come to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find […]
He ingeniously tore his Bible apart page by page, folding each page into a tiny strip.
What motivated him was faith. It was the kind of faith that can face a bare table with confidence.
When Swithun’s remains were transferred to the cathedral, many people claimed miraculous cures.
Late one afternoon when returning from town we were met by a few women and children who told us that Mexican troops from some other town had attacked our camp, […]
The best missionaries are often those saved from the vilest lifestyles. Raymond Lull, for example, grew up self-indulged on the island of Majorca off the Spanish coast in the Mediterranean. […]
June 22 on the church calendar honors the memory of Paulinus—a wealthy man who gave away his money, a married man who became a priest, and a lawyer who became […]
John Livingstone was a preacher’s kid, born in Scotland in 1603. He continued living with his father when grown, and that caused problems. John wanted to move to France and […]
The drums rolled, the blade fell, and a soldier held the head by its ghostly white hair before the multitude.
Edward Kimball was determined to win his Sunday school class to Christ. A teenager named Dwight Moody tended to fall asleep on Sundays, but Kimball, undeterred, set out to reach […]
Abraham believed that angels help us find our mates. “The Lord will send his angel ahead of you,” he told his servant, “to help you find a wife for my […]