Over ninety years ago, 55,000 people came to hear Billy Sunday preach in Boston. An overflow crowd of 15,000 had to be turned away from the temporary tabernacle that had been erected on Huntington Avenue. During the next ten…Read more
How a Boston shoe store clerk became America’s greatest evangelist A native of Northfield, Massachusetts, 17-year-old D.L. Moody was converted to Christ after hearing the Gospel from a member of Tremont Temple. The young man accepted …Read more
John Quincy Adams was born in Braintree, now Quincy, Massachusetts, the son of John Adams. He served one term as President. His inaugural address closed with these words: “Knowing that ‘except the Lord keep the city, the watchman waketh…Read more
Samuel Adams, cousin of John Adams, is called the “Father of the American Revolution.” He incited the Boston Tea Party, signed the Declaration of Independence and called for the first Continental Congress. A great orator, Samuel Adams once said…Read more
Born in 1753 in Africa, Phillis Wheatley was kidnapped and sold at a slave auction at age seven to a prosperous Boston family who educated her and treated her as a family member. Rescued from an otherwise hopeless situation…Read more
George Whitefield first met John Wesley and when they were students at Oxford. Wesley was the leader of the “Holy Club,” a group dedicated to the pursuit of holiness. Wesley’s little band was derided at Oxford; they were ridiculed…Read more
Jonathan Edwards, famous for his classic sermon, “Sinners In The Hands of An Angry God,” is best known for his role in the Great Awakening, which began as a revival in several churches along the Connecticut River Valley. Through…Read more
Almost everything we know about Anne Bradstreet comes from her poetry in which she combined the longings of the human heart with a devout Christian faith. Though her poetry was admired by many contemporaries, she was criticized by some…Read more
Long before becoming the governor of Massachusetts, John Winthrop had a deep under-standing of God’s divine purposes for the colony. “We shall be a city set on a hill,” he said of Boston where the church was the center…Read more
William Bradford, the second governor of Plymouth colony elected to fill the place of the deceased John Carver, was responsible for the infant colony’s success through great hardships. The Pilgrims were part of a strain of Puritanism know…Read more
A sweeping epic chronicling the rise and decline of Western thought and culture
Sixteen noted Christian leaders and scholars apply the Ten Commandments to American life.
Ronald Reagan changed his view as a result of watching The Silent Scream – a movie he considered so powerful and convicting that he screened it at the White House.
The Book of Daniel in Preterist Perspective
What is true Revival and Spiritual Awakening?
Featuring Dr. Kenneth L. Gentry at the 1999 Ligonier conference