Articles on Christian Biography
The hardships in Lincoln's life drove him toward God, not away from him.
One reason we settle for such ordinary “soap opera” lives is because we have no heroes.
Not many leaders today state the goals of their lives in terms of holiness.
It is worth noting that men of Edwards’ and Lloyd-Jones’ stature wrote and spoke so extensively about revival.
What kept William Carey going in the midst of great trial and loss?
What sort of man was Martin Lloyd-Jones?
Joseph Alleine's life and writing was a true model of Puritan evangelism.
John Piper quotes Spurgeon on how he came to believe in God's sovereign grace.
John Piper shares the surprising source of Spurgeon's first lessons in theology.
A brief sketch on the life of Ralph Winter and his work with world missions.
The Bible, for Calvin, was above all a witness of God to the majesty of God. This led inevitably to what is the heart of Calvinism.
A mind is not wasted when it is fully applied to the greatest challenge in the world.
Baptists owe a lot to Zwingli when it comes to our doctrine of the Lord’s Supper.
The life of David Brainerd is a bright testimony to the long-suffering, severe mercy of God.
Saint Francis left a legacy of delight and gratitude to God.
Don't belittle God’s crooked sticks. With them he may write the message that makes a thousand people glad.
George Mueller's life is a testimony to the surpassing power that belongs to God and not to us.
Find hope in the history of God's grace to help you live your life for his glory.