George Mueller

Jesus promised in Matthew 6 that God would supply all our daily needs and George Mueller took that promise seriously. His life became a stage whereon God would constantly display His faithfulness in unforgettable ways.

Charles Spurgeon

Spurgeon is often heralded for his flowery language and his rich commentary on the text, but it wasn't his ability to speak that made him a great pastor. It was his ability to listen. While other preachers turned to cultural and scientific experts for direction, Spurgeon held fast to the Spirit.

John Newton

John Newton's conversion from a hated slave-trader to a beloved pastor is almost as astonishing as Paul's conversion from a persecutor to an apostle. Only God can write a story as wondrous as this.

Hudson Taylor

Do you witness a riot every time you go to church? Are you threatened by angry mobs on a weekly basis? For us, that would be extreme persecution. For Hudson Taylor, it was just another day at the office.

Jim & Elisabeth Elliot

His was a legacy of self-sacrifice and hers was a legacy of forgiveness. Together, they remind the Church that while the cost of discipleship is great, the reward is far greater.

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.

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