The White Fox of Andhra
October 1, 2001
India is a colorful land and God has sent some colorful Christians to labor there.
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Hsi ShengmoOctober 1, 2000
David Hill (1840-1896) was a pioneer missionary in central China with connections to the Wesleyan Missionary Society.
W.T.P. WolstonJune 1, 2000
Walter Thomas Prideaux Wolston (1840-1917) was born at Brixham, Devon, in the far south of England, on the Channel, 40 kilometers from Plymouth.
Henry SoltauApril 1, 2000
We are often told that right doctrine should have a practical effect.
Samuel RutherfordFebruary 1, 2000
I hesitated to write about Samuel Rutherford (1600-1661) because I thought no one would believe me.
The CovenantersJanuary 1, 2000
No country was so transformed by the Reformation as was Scotland.
John FoxeNovember 1, 1999
John Foxe (1516-1587), born in Lincolnshire, England, was an English church historian whose massive and unanswerable work, The Acts and Monuments, nerved all of England against the Church of Rome
Edward PerronetOctober 1, 1999
Edward Perronet (1726-1792) penned what is today called the National Anthem of the Church: "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name."
J. G. BellettJuly 1, 1999
John Gifford Bellett (1795-1864) was the premiere devotional writer in what is called the "Brethren movement" of the 1800s.
John HambletonMay 1, 1999
John Hambleton (1820-1889) was raised in the seaport city of Liverpool, England.