Fanny Crosby

Fanny Crosby is known for two things: her blindness and her remarkable hymns. But understanding how she endured her blindness and why she spent the latter part of her life writing hymns is where the real treasure is found.

Adoniram Judson, Part 2

Judson's biography of ups and downs, high peaks and deep valleys, is one of those rare stories that captivates like a grand literary classic but convicts like a great revival sermon.

Adoniram Judson, Part 1

Judson's biography of ups and downs, high peaks and deep valleys, is one of those rare stories that captivates like a grand literary classic but convicts like a great revival sermon.

Oswald Chambers

Oswald Chambers alleviated so much of the mystery of God's will by offering us a simple proposition for life: just trust God and do the next thing.

Susanna Wesley

The pervasive public ministry of John and Charles Wesley is a direct result of the private ministry of their self-sacrificing mother, Susanna. Because she considered her home a great mission field, her life is still bearing fruit to this day.

A. W. Tozer

Few writers have magnified the Church's perspective of God like A.W. Tozer. His deepest desire was to see the glory of God and his words still radiate from the vision.

Amy Carmichael

A good missionary convicts the world; a great missionary convicts the Church as well.

David and Svea Flood

Of all the amazing biographies Stephen brings us in his "Legacies of Light" series, perhaps none will pull on your heartstrings like this amazing testimony of faith. It's a story of a woman's endurance, a man's despair, and a Savior's incredible mercy.

The Making of a Pearl

Just when we expect an elderly Nehemiah to walk away from trouble and reach for the rocking chair, he thrusts himself right back into ministry. Those who think we should retire from God's work at a certain age should read Nehemiah 13 and think again!

Delcaration of Dependence

Revival is like remodeling your kitchen. It takes longer than you planned, makes a bigger mess than you thought possible, and costs more than you hoped! But as Stephen reminds us in this message, the outcome is always worth the effort.

True Confession

Revival is the natural result of an encounter with God. Whenever God's Word exposes us for who we truly are and we respond by confessing our sins to Him, that is when our hearts find restoration. As Stephen will remind us today, repentance is the road to revolution . . . and there is no alternate route.

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