Who invented Basketball? History of YMCA, YWCA, International Red Cross & more

American Minute with Bill Federer The founder of the YMCA was George Williams was born in 1821 on an English farm in Dulverton, Someset. Baptized into the Church of England, he described himself growing up to be “a careless, thoughtless, godless, swearing young fellow.” As a result, his family sent him away to apprentice at a draper’s shop in Bridgwater. In … More Who invented Basketball? History of YMCA, YWCA, International Red Cross & more

Christian Publisher Now Offers Evangelistic Material for Free

Most Important Story Publications offers book in 109 languages NEWS PROVIDED BY / Most Important Story Publications / Dec. 2, 2021 LOS ANGELES, Dec. 2, 2021 /Christian Newswire/ — In a landmark move, Most Important Story Publications, known worldwide for the evangelistic print booklet “The Most Important Story,” has changed strategy and is offering a PDF … More Christian Publisher Now Offers Evangelistic Material for Free

The Evangelical Fracture

Recently in the Atlantic, Peter Wehner argued that the evangelical church is breaking apart. He references the politicization of Covid, the challenge of two contentious elections, and the fact that America is in a bitter partisan divide. Additionally, in June, Mere Orthodoxy columnist Michael Graham suggested that evangelicalism in America is undergoing a “Six-way fracturing.” READ MORE > … More The Evangelical Fracture

3 Reasons Definite Atonement is Basic to Biblical Missions

Long has the argument gone against Covenant Theology, ‘if you truly believe God choses then you also must believe there is no need to evangelize or for missions.’ Of course as someone who sits on a mission committee for the (RBNet)Reformed Baptist Network, is say hogwash. Covenant theology does not eliminate Matthew 28:18-20, it magnifies … More 3 Reasons Definite Atonement is Basic to Biblical Missions

Revivals led to founding of Universities; the enduring influence of preachers like Jonathan Edwards

American Minute with Bill Federer As I read this, we hope you will too :), the thing noted is that revivals usually took place via open air public preaching. With all the restrictions in place, especially on Christians, today I wonder how a modern revival would look? Religious revivals have a long history of preaching out of … More Revivals led to founding of Universities; the enduring influence of preachers like Jonathan Edwards