The Puritans can teach us how to suffer, serve, and lead with faithfulness.
3 reasons second century scribes don’t make me doubt the Bible’s inerrancy.
Leadership in the church is so important that we should be prepared to go to great lengths to see future leaders of the church trained.
A personal reflection from the Billy Graham School dean
Billy Graham leaves behind a rich legacy not only in evangelism and American religious life, but in the history of Southern Seminary. In 1963, under the leadership of SBTS President Duke McCall, the school established the Billy Graham chair of evangelism, which became a position now held by Timothy K. Beougher. In 1993, Southern Seminary…
Billy Graham’s faith was authentic, on and off the crusade stage.
These observations are not about the vast numerical impact of his evangelistic ministry (such as preaching to over 200 million people), but about his on-going legacy from which we can draw inspiration in our own lives and ministries today.
Seven decades of Great Commission collaboration
On Valentine’s Day, Charles Spurgeon’s marriage is a model for us all.
Slavery, as practiced in the modern world, is antithetical to biblical justice.
“Segregation is a moral evil which no Christian can accept. The church must make it clear that if we are to be true witnesses of Jesus Christ, we can no longer give our allegiance to a system of segregation.”
When experiencing trials, Charles Spurgeon made a point to cling to God’s promises.
Keeping in theme with stranger things in missions, this month’s History Highlight explores Lottie Moon’s ministry in China.