Hudson Taylor is generally credited with opening the interior of China to the gospel, but he did not do it alone. He needed others to serve with. In this podcast we take a look at some of the companions who the Lord provided during his years of labor, including the most important–his wife, Maria Dryer. […]

In August of 1806, five students from Williams College gathered in a meadow near the Hoosack River to discuss their burden for spreading the gospel abroad. Their meeting was suddenly interrupted by a thunderstorm and they were forced to take shelter under a nearby haystack. There they continued their fellowship and prayer for the spread […]

“Two are better than one…for if they fall, the one will lift up his companion. But woe to the one who falls and does not have another to lift him up!” – Ecclesiastes 4:9-10   One of the best ways to read your Bible is with companions. Companions not only keep us accountable but they […]

In this podcast we take a look at the life of William Borden, son of a prominent millionaire, who gave his life to Christ as a young man. At Yale, his personal walk and his avid grouping of students for prayer and the gospel greatly affected his campus.

One of the ways we can “do business” until the Lord comes is by having a certain kind of prayer, the prayer of companions. In this week’s podcast we cover our need to have this kind of prayer, prayers of authority that bind and loose and that touch God’s will concerning His lost sheep.

Do we have dispensational value in God’s eyes? Men often value the worth of a person’s life in terms of education, financial attainment or contribution to society, but how does God value a man’s life? God wants to close this age and bring in the age of the kingdom. For this, He needs some to […]