• “I wish Thy way. But when in me my self would rise, and long for something otherwise, then, Holy One, take sword and spear, and slay.” – Amy Carmichael

Biographies

THE FANNY CROSBY OF SWEDEN AND THE PIETISTS (Lina Sandell)

As will be noted in a subsequent chapter, the Nineteenth century witnessed the phenomenon of gifted Christian women assuming a… Continue reading

AN INVALID WHO BLESSED THE WORLD (Charlotte Elliott)

“Just as I am” will doubtlessly be sung to the end of time, and as often as Christians sing it… Continue reading

AMERICA’S FIRST WOMAN HYMNIST (Phoebe H. Brown)

Less than twenty years after Timothy Dwight’s hymns were published, a very poor and unpretentious American woman began to write… Continue reading

SARAH ADAMS AND THE RISE OF WOMEN HYMN-WRITERS

Nineteenth century hymnody was characterized by an extraordinary number of women hymn-writers. It is significant that this development came, as… Continue reading

AN ARCHBISHOP’S WIFE WHO WROTE HYMNS (Cecil F. Alexander)

Shortly before the death in 1911 of Archbishop William Alexander, primate of the Anglican Church in Ireland, he remarked that… Continue reading

The BIOGRAPHY of Ruth Bryan, 1805-1860

“Your eyes shall see the King in His beauty.” Isaiah 33:17

Reader, This little book is sent forth with much… Continue reading

The life of Anne Audland Camm

A SHORT ACCOUNT OF THE LIFE OF ANNE AUDLAND CAMM

A MINISTER OF THE GOSPEL

IN… Continue reading

HISTORY OF HERALD OF HIS COMING

Herald of His Coming came into being in Los Angeles, California in 1941. Willard C. and Sarah Foulkes Moore had… Continue reading

Shi Meiyu (Mary Stone)

1873 ~ 1954

Shi Meiyu, also known as Mary Stone, a name she adopted while studying in the United States,… Continue reading

The Story of Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand

Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand

Many people called him ‘the Voice of the Underground Church’ and others referred to him as… Continue reading

  • ”Stop reading the Bible like it’s just black print on white paper. These women were real.” – Janice McBride

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Verse of the Day

I have rejoiced in the way of Your testimonies, As much as in all riches. — Psalm 119:14 (NKJV)

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