Never On Sunday
Jonathan Edwards fell in love with Sarah Pierrepont when she was 13. He was moody and stiff; she was as vivacious as a songbird. He could think of nothing else, […]
“My dear,” she said, “I do appreciate your desire to build me a new, comfortable home on this place of beauty, but there is another call for our money which is far greater.
John Samuel Bewley Monsell
John Samuel Bewley Monsell was born to Thomas Bewley Monsell, Archdeacon of Derry, in St. Columb’s, Londonderry on 2 March 1811. There is nothing noted about his birth mother or his younger years. […]
Harvard Chair Went in Wrong Direction?
How did America’s great Christian colleges come to abandon their faith and become the secular institutions they are today? When Harvard College was founded by the Puritans in 1636, they […]
His vivid imagination, prodigious memory, powerful voice, and ardent sincerity mesmerized listeners.
Rowland Hill Preached
Rowland Hill scandalized his contemporaries. The son of Sir Rowland Hill, a baronet, he was born in Shropshire, England on this day, August 23, 1744. Educated at some of England’s best […]
1st of Many George Whitefield Sermons
George Whitefield made it his business to find salvation for his soul. He joined a group of like-minded men, the Holy Club, to which John and Charles Wesley also belonged, […]
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