Christian history abounds with women who had a tremendous influence on the spread of Christianity and on the entire tone of civilization. Great Women in Christian History tells the stories of 37 notable women – women who have served God’s kingdom as missionaries, martyrs, educators, charitable workers, wives, mother and instruments of justice.
The original television program was produced by Kensington Community Church as part of their ministry to foster Christian unity and understanding between Roman Catholics and Evangelical Protestants after an evening of public dialogue about their differences. Now the interview is available in print with a comprehensive study guide.
Have you subscribed to Christian History Magazine and want to hang on to your issues for years to come? This new and redesigned slipcase will keep 15-20 of your magazines organized, protect from dust, and minimize wear and tear!
John Bunyan's classic is now a feature-length animated film. This illustrated storybook features many of the imaginative scenes, colorful characters, and classic quotes presented in the animated film.
The 256-page leatherette-bound companion book is a magnificent resource to provide each participant for the video series. The book covers the same 60 topics as the video series and provides for in-depth study and exploration at each person's own pace.
His Daily Telegraph obituary commented that George Muller robbed "the cruel streets of thousands of victims". Here Clive Langmead presents a carefully researched biography to help you explore Mueller's journey of faith from Germany to England, and how, by the power of prayer and faith in God's provision, he established orphanages, saving the lives of thousands of children.
Includes these four issues of Christian History Magazine: #115 Martin Luther and the Reformation #118 The People's Reformation #120 Calvin, Councils, and Confessions #122 The Catholic Reformation