Discover the lives of twenty-seven church leaders who gave glory to God throughout their lives.
Inspiration from the lives of fifty faithful men and women who lived a life that honored God.
The stories of fifty women of faith throughout history who have boldly stepped out in courage and faith and remind us that we are not alone in the midst of struggles.
Hear the story of the first hundred years of Reformed Protestantism in New England through the lives of key men in early America. This book corrects many myths and half-truths told about the American Puritans while inspiring a current generation of Christians to let their light shine before men.
Explore Augustine's life and work, as he was converted from a life of immorality to utter devotion to Christ.
Herman Bavinck's first concern in life was to be "a worthy follower of Jesus." Discover this Dutch theologian's life and work and his contribution to Reformed theology.
This international bestseller is about Elias Chacour and his journey to live out his spirituality amidst the Arab-Israeli conflict.
The life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a humble young pastor who died a martyr's death is explained, as he gave his life in Nazi Germany standing up for God's truth..
Broaden your understanding of John Calvin's theology and ministry by exploring the confident trust and unwavering joy he had in the sovereign grace of God.
Explore the lives of three men of faith: Charles Spurgeon, George Miller and Hudson Taylor.
Seven Cambridge University students voluntarily leave behind lives of wealth and privilege to serve God as missionaries in China.
The biography of Amy Carmichael shows her obedience and courage as she followed God's guidance , which ed her to the misison field in India.
Jonathan Edwards' exposition of 1 Corinthians 13. The true Christian experience is Spirit-produced and Christ-centered.
Augustine undertook his greatest piece of writing with the conviction that God wanted him to share his confession.
Explore the lives of these four men as they stood for the truth of the gospel in the face of great opposition.
This book highlights the advancement of the gospel in light of global Christianity.
Dane Ortland offers reflections on God from his heart, showing us the resplendent beauty of God.
Enduring lessons through the afflictions suffered by William Tyndale, Adoniram Judson and John Paton as they strove to translate the Bible.
"A Fistful of Heroes" contains short biographies of great reformers, liberators and evangelists through the ages.
The inspiring story of Eric Liddell, from his Olympic medal to his missionary work to China to his last, brave years in a Japanese work camp during WWII.
George Whitefield’s leadership role among the new evangelicals of the eighteenth century and his religious disputes, legacies and marks he left are studied and explained.
Filled with quotes from not only Whitefield but other prominent figures of the eighteenth-century including John and Charles Wesley, William Cowper and Benjamin Franklin.
"The Great Awakening" provides a collection of voices from colonial American society, from the radicals, to the moderates, to the antirevivalists.
Discover how God takes the privilege of faith and strengthens it with trials so we experience a greater hunger for him.
World War I deepened the spiritual walks of Tolkien and Lewis. Both men served as soldiers on the Western Front, survived the trenches, and used the experience of the war to ignite their Christian imagination.
The number of martyrs around the world continue to grow. Here are some of their stories.
Daily devotions taken from the writings of John Newton.
In honor of his 500th anniversary in 2009, several well known pastors and scholars examine John Calvin's life and work.
Nate Saint was one of four missionaries martyred in Ecuador in the 1950s. This book challenges us to live a life committed to the Lord and to the lost.
Frank Schaeffer and his son, John, share their views of their experiences of John's time in the U.S. Marine Corps.
King Solomon's example reminds believers to not be blinded by the temptations of this world but to rather seek God's glory in all things.
Augustine, Luther, and Calvin are great men of the Christian faith. Their stories are inspiring and motivate us to delight in the God of mercy and wonder.
A collection of writings by men of different ethnicities, ages, and backgrounds, responding to the message from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Reflecting on the views and insights of C. S. Lewis, we learn how to love God more fully and be transformed into the image of Jesus.
Is there a specific, divine call upon this nation, and is it still valid today? Think through the points Peter Marshall makes in this historical book about the founding of America.
Martyn Lloyd-Jones' testimony will inspire Christians to grow in their knowledge and devotion to God as they read about him leaving his career in medicine to become a preacher in London.
A collection of stories about a variety of people in different locations, with different careers, but with one thing in common--they died defending their Christian faith.
Bibliographies of the major Puritans and their work for the Lord.
D.A. Carson writes of his Father's life as a church planter and pastor in Quebec. This collection of writings reveals the struggles of his time and the joy that comes from living a life obedient to the Lord.
John Owen, a Puritan, was driven to pursue Biblical living. His disciplines and practices challenge us to live whole-heartedly for the Lord.
A man devoted to God and the study of the Bible, J. I. Packer focused on sharing the Lord and living rightly for Him.
Encouraging views on how pastors John Piper and D. A. Carson focus on balancing the heart of ministry with the theological knowledge of ministry.
Men of the faith John Newton, Charles Simeon, and William Wilberforce had to defend the gospel truth numerous times throughout their lives and did so with grace and humility.
This book expresses the passion and devotion Francis Schaeffer had to live life with a Biblical view rather than a worldly view.
Rosaria Butterfield's story includes living a homosexual life until God began to open her eyes to His truth, found only in the gospel.
John Piper describes the beauty and value of the poetic writings of George Herbert, George Whitefield, and C. S. Lewis.
Nabeel Qureshi's transforming story about turning from his Islamic beliefs to his Christian faith.
Selina Hastings, Countess of Huntingdon, had a strong hand in growing the Methodist movement, including the building of sixty-four chapels in Great Britain.
Charles Spurgeon, the Prince of Preachers, focussed on the newness of life through salvation and living for God's glory.
A pastor who focused on missions, John Stott was a pastor with strong Biblical preaching.
John MacArthur takes a closer look at 12 ordinary women of the Bible and points out how God uses their stories of trials and commitment in extraordinary ways.
John MacArthur shows how God can use ordinary men to accomplish His extraordinary plan by taking a look at 12 men from the Bible.
John MacArthur takes a closer look at 12 people from the Bible and expands on how God can use anyone He chooses.
The story of former Olympian, Lieutenant Louis Zamperini and how he survived the most dreaded of circumstances when his military plane crashed into the Pacific Ocean in 1943.
Read about theologian B. B. Warfield and his inspiring example of living a life full of love and devotion for the Lord.
Fred Sanders shares insight on the life and ministry of John Wesley. Impactful in the Great Awakening, he was a great leader for Christ.