Category Archives: History & Biography

The First Thanksgiving: The Back Story

Of Plimoth Plantation by William Bradford “In this precious volume…is told the noble, simple story ‘of Plimoth Plantation.’ In the midst of suffering and privation and anxiety the pious hand of William Bradford here set down in ample detail the … Continue reading

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Tips for the Would-Be Reformer: Bold Reformer

Bold Reformer: Celebrating the Gospel-Centered Convictions of Martin Luther by Dr. David Steele “Just as Luther spoke truth to power in his day, the contemporary church needs courageous spokespeople to identify specific abuses and offer positive solutions now to transform the … Continue reading

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God at Work, Using People and Nations to advance Truth and Liberty: The Story of Liberty

The Story of Liberty: So You Will Comprehend What Liberty Has Cost and What It Is Worth by Charles C. Coffin “If while reading this “Story” you are roused to indignation, or pained at the recital of wrong and outrage, … Continue reading

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Being a Christian Behind the Iron Curtain: Children of the Storm

Children of the Storm by Natasha Vins “There are no greater riches than Christ, and you feel this especially keenly when they want to take Him away from you, when they forbid you to share these riches with people . … Continue reading

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Happy Reformation Day!

Whether or not you choose to celebrate the last day of October as Halloween and how you do so falls into the category of liberty of conscience, in my opinion. However, I think it’s unfortunate that so many Christians get … Continue reading

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Five Who Risked It All for the Gospel: Through Gates of Splendor

Through Gates of Splendor by Elisabeth Elliot “For the Auca to have no love for the white man was understandable. Could Christian love wipe out the memories of past treachery and brutality? This was a challenge to Jim and Pete … Continue reading

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