April 1, 1999
Henry Moorhouse (1840-1880) is called “the man that moved the man that moved the millions” referring to his influence with Dwight Lyman Moody.
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Raymund LullMarch 1, 1999
When Pope Urbane II called for the first Crusade in 1095, he spoke to an audience craving a rugged spirituality that does not back down to Saracens or infidels.
The StundistsFebruary 1, 1999
The Stundist movement began in 1858 when German believers began to actively present the gospel of Christ to Russian-speaking neighbors near the city of Odessa.
Unknown, and Yet Well KnownOctober 1, 1998
Anyone reading Church histories, especially those covering the Middle Ages, will doubtless meet the Waldensians, the Lollards, and the Anabaptists. But who were they?
C. F. HoggSeptember 1, 1998
Charles Frederick Hogg (1859-1943) used his outstanding gifts to raise the standards among the Lord's servants and the church in general.
Donald MunroJuly 1, 1998
Donald Munro (1839-1908) was born in the county Caithness, in the far north of Scotland.
Donald RossJune 1, 1998
As a youth, Donald was "as proud as a peacock, and as empty as a drum," and yet he "said" prayers night and morning, for fear that God would smite him if he didn't.
C. J. BakerApril 1, 1998
His mother penned this in her Bible, "July 22, 1840. This day delivered of a son, Caleb Jason. The Lord have mercy on my son."
Daniel SmithNovember 1, 1997
Dan Smith (1907-1988) lived a life remarkable for its variety.
George WishartOctober 1, 1997
Three years before Patrick Hamilton was burned at the stake outside St. Andrews Castle, young David Beaton, nephew of the Archbishop James Beaton, sailed from France to work under his uncle.