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From a contemporary translation by Kate Hettasch of Geschichte der Mission der evangelicschen Bruder auf den Caraibischen Inseln, S. Thomas, S. Crocr, und S Jan, Barby, 1777 by Christian Georg Andreas Oldendorp.
John WesIey's last letter from his deathbed
The Waldensian Motto: Into Darkness, Light
From the Reformation to the Glorious Return
An excerpt from a letter of Waldensian pastor Giovan Paschale, who was hanged in Rome in 1560.
She singlehandedly revolutionized the field of nursing, a mission that began with a call to God's service at age 17.
Encouragement for believers sentenced to the Roman mines.
Debilitating gout, poisonous slander, recurring depression—Spurgeon suffered them all. What happened to his faith as a result?
Brief selections from four key books
No matter how great the obstacles, William Carey expected great things and attempted great things.
A look at one year of Whitefield's whirlwind ministry.
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January 19, 1563: The Heidelberg Catechism, soon accepted by nearly all European Reformed churches, is first published in Germany.

January 19, 1649: England's King Charles I, a devout Anglican with Catholic sympathies who staunchly defended the "divine right of kings" while oppressing the Puritans, is executed after being convicted of treason under a Puritan-influenced Parliament.

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