“I see in Luther an energy of faith, for which millions of souls ought to be thankful to God. I can truly say I am.” – John Nelson Darby In this podcast we come to Martin Luther’s momentous break with the church of Rome. Sometimes history allows us to peer into the souls of men […]

In this week’s podcast we cover the fascinating story of how Luther, an Augustinian monk, came to know grace through faith in Christ. We begin with Luther’s encounter with the Bible in his monastery’s library. We then turn to Luther’s pilgrimage to Rome to see how the corruption and extravagance he witnessed there greatly disillusioned […]

God uses all manner of things and persons to mold us into the kind of vessel that He needs for His up-to-date move. In this introductory podcast we take a look at young Martin Luther and the formative experiences that prepared him to boldly stand against the corruption of the church in the Middle Ages. […]

In this week’s podcast we take a look at John Huss’ martyrdom. His testimony sowed seeds that would spring up a century later to influence Martin Luther. Luther once said of him: “I was seized with a curiosity to know what doctrines this great heretic had taught. The reading filled me with incredible surprise. I […]

In this introduction to John Huss (1369-1415) we take a look at another faithful witness that God raised up during pre-Reformation times. God in his sovereignty was preparing the groundwork for the Reformation through men like Huss. In this podcast we examine the ways in which God’s sovereign hand was at work in world affairs […]

In the Middle Ages light began to break upon the church through John Wycliffe’s writings. The challenge for that time was how to spread these truths. In this final podcast on Wycliffe we take a look at some of the ways in which he and his followers pioneered the spreading of the truth and why […]

Today the Bible is widely available in many languages and formats. There’s even a good chance you have a version of it on your phone. But this was not always so. In this podcast we take a look at the man behind the first English Bible and the fierce opposition he encountered in attempting to […]

During the Middle Ages the church was mired in superstition and corruption. It’s hard for us to appreciate the faithful testimony that John Wycliffe bore unless we have some idea about the time in which he lived. In this podcast we take a look at the desolate condition of the church at that time and […]

Most of us are familiar with the name Martin Luther but we may not be that familiar with the name John Wycliffe. Two hundred years before the Reformation began God was already stirring in some of His faithful believers. In this introductory podcast we take a look at the life and times of John Wycliffe […]

Is it possible to live by faith in today’s age? Not only is it possible, it has been done. In this final podcast on George Muller we recount several stories from his life showing how he recovered the practice of living by faith.

Why were George Muller’s prayers so effective? And why does it seem that at times our prayers are ineffective? The secret lies in how we handle the Bible. In this podcast we take a look at George Muller’s hidden source of supply.

Watchman Nee once said, “Why do we work so much and pray so little when our prayer can accomplish much more than our work.” In this podcast we take a look at George Muller’s prayer life and what lessons it holds for us today.

After his regeneration George Muller began to know the Lord’s life. In this podcast we look at the experiences George Muller had as a new believer and how these laid the foundation for his future.

Many people consider George Muller a giant of faith, but his beginnings were anything but godly. In this podcast we take a look at the early life and conversion of George Muller.

The greatest prophecy in the Bible, spoken by the Lord Jesus Himself — “I will build My church, and the gates of Hades shall not prevail against it” (Matt. 16:18) — previews an on-going struggle throughout the course of the church. The church came into existence following the Lord’s resurrection in the first century A.D. […]

The greatest prophecy in the Bible, spoken by the Lord Jesus Himself — “I will build My church, and the gates of Hades shall not prevail against it” (Matt. 16:18) — previews an on-going struggle throughout the course of the church. The church came into existence following the Lord’s resurrection in the first century A.D. […]

The greatest prophecy in the Bible, spoken by the Lord Jesus Himself — “I will build My church, and the gates of Hades shall not prevail against it” (Matt. 16:18) — previews an on-going struggle throughout the course of the church. The church came into existence following the Lord’s resurrection in the first century A.D. […]

The latter years of A.B. Simpson’s ministry were very fruitful though not without trial. He emphasized Christ as Savior, Sanctifier, Healer, and coming King. In this podcast we take a look at Simpson’s Fourfold Gospel.

In Christian work, workers are always seeking the Lord’s blessing in their work. As A.B. Simpson worked to serve the Lord throughout his life, he gradually came to seek the Blesser instead of the blessing. In this podcast we take a look at A.B. Simpson’s life of service.

Chances are you have sung one of A.B. Simpson’s hymns: I Am Crucified with Christ, I Have Come to the Fountain of Life, and Once it Was the Blessing are just a few. In this podcast we take a look at the life behind the famous hymns.