The Love of Lady Huntingdon’s Life

by Elaine Harris Wales appears a small, almost insignificant place to become the birthplace of a movement, yet it played an influential role in one of the many doctrinal disputes in Christianity. In the eighteenth century, a time when Calvinism and Arminianism were hotly debated, a sect of Methodism developed more…

Corrie ten Boom: God’s Tumbleweed

by Lauren Trittin World War II was one of the darkest periods of world history, but light shines brightest in darkness. During this time, thousands of people chose to stand against the tide of evil the Nazi regime spread throughout the world, including women. It is widely known that women more…