Abraham Kuyper was famous for his sound theological commitment, not only as a pastor and scholar, but as a politician and journalist. Kuyper reminds us that the lordship of Jesus is not just over the church, but over all spheres in the world.
William Cowper was a brilliant poet and hymn writer. But his life was plagued by depression and seasons of despair. We will examine his life and faith, and see how we can be helped through our own trials as we walk out our faith.
Martin Luther may be the most important figure in church history outside of the original apostles. His rediscovery of the gospel message within the Scriptures set a reformation into motion that continues to this day.
Athanasius of Alexandria was a hero and a giant of the faith. Because of his willingness to stand against majority opposition, the church held on to orthodox biblical beliefs on the nature of Jesus.
There has likely never been another Christian who has lived by more prayerful dependence on God than George Mueller. In this sermon, we will look at his life and how his faith propelled him to live like nobody else.
Should we take the gospel to all peoples in the world? We quickly answer, “Of course!” But that was not the case in the late 1700’s. The only reason it changed? The passion and work of William Carey, known today as “The Father of Modern …
Augustine is one of the most prolific thinkers and writers in Christian history. His story is one of an unlikely convert who leaves a lasting impact on the Christian faith and western world.
The faith displayed by Perpetua, a second century noblewoman who was a recent convert to Christianity, would be retold for centuries. We will look at her life and death to see what lessons it teaches us to better follow Christ.
Polycarp was a vitally important figure in the early church as he marked the transition from the original apostles to those who would believe in their message. His life and faith has much to teach us today.