Listen to find out the significance of the Edict of Nantes, as well as why governmental policies will all ultimately fail. There is only one King of Kings who has power to change hearts.
Ambrose of Milan was a scrappy theological fighter against the Arians. He was also an eloquent preacher whose sermons led to Augustine’s own conversion.
See how Cranmer, the Archbishop of Canterbury, shows resolve and patience in his efforts of reforming the church in England.
John Gill was a man criticized for defending God’s glory in election and predestination. Dr. Tom Nettles makes a compelling case that Gill actually promoted, rather than inhibited, evangelistic zeal.
A corrupt plot for selfish gain by church leaders is sovereignly used by God to bring revival.
Though not as well known as John Knox, Knox himself was shaped by this man’s bold declaration of God’s truth. Meet the forerunner to the Scottish Reformation, George Wishart.
Eric Liddell ran the race of life…and it was victorious.
Learn how an influential minister passed on a legacy of faithful gospel ministry to a younger man.
MacArthur warns about the danger of playing church…50 years later he’s sounding the same alarm.
Calvin preaches his last sermon…a lesson in faithfulness for the long haul.
Erasmus of Rotterdam unleashed a flood of his own making. Find out why it was worth it by taking a listen.
See a prophecy of Jesus come true before your very eyes.
Back in the day, King James knew how to rule his court…but it wasn’t a basketball court.
Brainerd knew it wasn’t the strength of his faith that saved him…but the strength of his Christ.
A preacher who preaches on love falls in love…with someone not his wife?
Luther fights “the Bull”…and wins.