Dorothy Carey and the Cost of Mission

When William Carey announced to his wife Dorothy that he felt called to take the gospel…

William Branham: When Revival Goes Wrong

How do you recognize when a Spirit-led revival becomes carnal? For me, this happened in a…

He Preached a Big God with a Broken Heart. Charles Spurgeon (1834–1892)

Everyone faces adversity and must find ways to persevere through the oppressing moments of life. Everyone…

“The secret of life is laughter and humility.” The story of a writer who could have become a saint

Written on the occasion of the 150th birthday of Gilbert Keith Chesterton. He lived a very…

On the Life and Strategies of Francis Asbury, the “traveling preacher” known throughout America

Francis Asbury (1745-1816) was the first Methodist bishop in North America, arriving in 1771. At one…

“This is the end, but for me the beginning of life”

Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a German theologian and opponent of Nazism, was assassinated more than 75 years ago.…

You Know Charles Spurgeon. Now Meet His Wife.

Several weeks ago, I spent some time in London. I marveled at Westminster Abbey, drifted down…

Ministry of Jeanne Wilkerson

Anyone who was close to the ministry of Kenneth E. Hagin knew about the ministry of…

George Müller

George Müller is said to have read the Bible more than two hundred times, many of…

William Leslie thought his mission was a failure, but God had a long-term plan

The missionary died thinking his mission had failed. However, 80 years later, where he once served,…

How Few There Are Who Die So Hard! Suffering and Success in the Life of Adoniram Judson: The Cost of Bringing Christ to Burma

Our Lord Jesus said to us in very solemn words, “Truly, truly, I say to you,…

The Swan Is Not Silent. Sovereign Joy in the Life and Thought of St. Augustine

The End of an Empire On August 26, 410, the unthinkable happened. After 900 years of…