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.
“I’m not worried about being on the wrong side of history. I’m worried about being on the wrong side of God.”
The Reformation was built on men with a fire in their hearts and a Bible in their hands declaring the Word of God.
Since German is my first language, and since I grew up hearing this hymn from my parents first in German, I wanted to attempt a fresh version that might clarify a few obscure spots in the English text.
The only doctrines Luther would hold were the doctrines he found in the pages of Scripture.
In the Reformation, the very gospel of Jesus Christ was at stake.
Praise God that it pleased him to work through ordinary men like Luther and Calvin to unleash afresh an extraordinary gospel to work in all its grace-driven power in my life and in the lives of countless millions of other believers and pastors through the century.
The Reformers didn’t just recapture the true gospel, they caught a vision to spread it to the ends of the earth.
I want them to know the gospel is everything. I want them to know defending the Bible is dangerous, but worth the risk.
Church history professor Michael A.G. Haykin takes you to a critical moment for Christianity. For a German monk, it was decades of spiritual struggle in the making.