Haystack PlaqueIn 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 of the gospel. This little meeting would later become known as the “Haystack Prayer Meeting” and is generally credited as being the birthplace of American foreign missions. In this podcast we take up their story and see why we as younger believers we should never despise our youth or what we can do for the Lord when we are young.

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