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B. B. Warfield

Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield (1851-1921) – Pastor, biblical scholar, and theologian, B. B. Warfield was born near Lexington, Kentucky in 1851. He studied at the College of New Jersey and afterwards enrolled as a student at Princeton Theological Seminary.  Following the premature death of A. A. Hodge in 1887, Warfield accepted the call to Princeton and began a…

J. C. Ryle

John Charles (J. C.) Ryle – 1816 – 1900 In 1880 J. C Ryle became the first bishop of Liverpool.  His father was a member of Parliament and his father’s family also owned a bank. They were a very wealthy old family of England. After he graduated from Oxford University, Ryle was set for a career that would see him following in his father’s footsteps. All of that…

Louie Zamperini

Louie Zamperini (1917-2014) was an American World War II veteran, a Christian evangelist and an Olympic distance runner, best known for being a Japanese prisoner of war survivor.

Nabeel Qureshi

Nabeel Qureshi was raised as a devout Muslim in the United States, and grew up studying Islamic apologetics with his family and engaging Christians in religious discussions. After one such discussion with a Christian, the two became friends and began a years-long debate on the historical claims of Christianity and Islam. After almost five years, salvation occured.  Some…

Elisabeth Elliot

Elisabeth Elliot, wife of Jim Elliot, was a missionary, Christian author and speaker.  When her husband was martyred in the jungles of Ecuador, she quietly but faithfully continued to serve God in a foreign land.  Through the heart of God’s forgiveness, the very same people that killed her husband, came to faith in Christ.

Jim Elliot

On January 8, 1956, 28-year-old Jim Elliot was martyred, along with four missionary partners and friends. In the jungles of Ecuador, they wanted to reach the Auca Indians with the Gospel.  No one had ever successfully made contact with them – Jim Elliot wanted to share the love of Jesus with them. He was survived by his wife, Elisabeth, and their 10-month-old…

Amy Carmichael

Amy Beatrice Carmichael (1867 – 1951) was a Protestant Christian missionary in India, who opened an orphanage and founded a mission in Dohnavur. She served in India for 55 years without furlough and wrote many books about the missionary work there.

Fanny Crosby

Frances Jane van Alstyne (Crosby); 1820 – 1915 – more commonly known as Fanny Crosby, was an American mission worker, poet, lyricist, and composer. She was one of the most prolific hymnists in history, writing more than 8,000 hymns and gospel songs, with more than 100 million copies printed, despite being blind from shortly after birth. She is also known for her…

The Heart of a Pastor

Shepherding the flock of God is an enormous task, but to faithful pastors it brings the rich reward of the unfading crown of glory, which will be awarded by the Chief Shepherd Himself at His appearing (1 Peter 5:4). The heart of a pastor embraces all aspects of the life within a congregation. They share the joy with parents over the birth of a child, as well as the pain…

Johannes Kepler

Johannes Kepler (1571-1630) was born in Germany, just twenty-five years after the death of Martin Luther.  He developed a love for astronomy at an early age.  Kepler is best known for discovering the three mathematical laws of planetary motion (“Kepler’s Laws”) that established the discipline of celestial mechanics. He also discovered the elliptical…