Bro.Bakht Singh (1903 - 2000) was a man of God and a servant of Christ who“served his own generation by the will of God” Acts 13:36. He became a Christian while he was a student in Canada. He was India’s foremost evangelist, preacher and indigenous church planter who founded churches.Read More
Beginning in the sixteenth century, Protestant missionaries went to China for the gospel, but in the opening years of the twentieth century, following years of faithful labor and prayer, the Lord’s move in China began to advance dramatically after the martyrdom of many Christians in the Boxer Rebellion.Read More
Prem Pradhan was led to Christ by members of Bakht Singh’s people, in a city near Nepal. He was Nepal’s first modern convert. Later, he became Nepal’s apostle. By the end of his life, Prem had spent half of his Christian life in prisons. His crime? Preaching Christ and baptizing others. His very first converts.Read More
Theodore Austin Sparks!
Theodore W. Austin-Sparks was born in London, England in 1888 and was educated in both England and Scotland. At the age of 25 he was ordained as a pastor, however, a few years later his “career” took a decidedly different direction when a spiritual crisis .Read More
David Martin Lloyd Jones
David Martyn Lloyd-Jones (20 December 1899 - 1 March 1981) was a Welsh Protestant minister, preacher and medical doctor who was influential in the Reformed wing of the British evangelical movement in the 20th century.Read More