Missions History: David Livingstone

“There is one safe and happy place, and that is in the will of God.”

-David Livingstone

From a small Scottish village to the heart of the African jungle, God called a young man named David Livingstone. He would become one of the best-known missionaries of the 19th century. Livingstone blazed a trail into regions of Africa where no white man had ever been, taking the light of the gospel into the darkness.
 

Here is the courageous story of David Livingstone.

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Heroes of the Faith: Corrie ten Boom

Never be afraid to trust an unknown future to a known God.”

-Corrie ten Boom

As a young girl, Corrie ten Boom never dreamed that she would someday share the gospel around the world. She had no idea that she would help rescue hundreds of Jews during the Holocaust. Nor did she know that her story of courage and faith would reach millions. Back then, she was just the youngest daughter of a Dutch watchmaker.

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Only One Life: The Inspiring Story of Eric Liddell

 

“In the dust of defeat as well as the laurels of victory there is a glory to be found if one has done his best.”

-Eric Liddell

 

Nicknamed the “Flying Scotsman,” Eric Liddell was one of the best known Christians of the 20th century. His stunning Olympic victory was showcased in the 1981 film Chariots of Fire. (Some of the folks at our church in Sydney Mines have enjoyed watching this film.) But Eric’s greatest triumph was yet to come.

Here is the inspiring story of Eric Liddell.

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