On July 28, 1727, Jonathan Edwards, the most significant American churchman of the 18th century, married 17-year-old Sarah Pierrepont.
The hymn is often sung on the fourth of July to help celebrate Independence Day, but what inspired Katherine Lee Bates to write is the wonders God gives us.
One moment she was a normal teenager living with her family, the next she was in hiding during Hitler’s rise to power.
Walking away from athletics at the peak of his career, it seemed to some that Olympic gold medalist Eric Liddell "buried his life in China."
In Acts 16:16-24, Paul ruins a guy's exploitative money-making scheme then said guy gets super mad.
Despite defeats, William Wilberforce fought the good fight believing that all men and women are created equal in God's image.
Moira Brown looks at the life of Annie Johnson Flint and how she lived an abundant, grateful life that left us with so many lovely hugs.