John Wesley Biography

John Wesley Biography

Family Life On June 17, 1703, in the village of Epworth, twenty miles north of London, John Wesley was born and raised with seven sisters and two brothers by Samuel and Susanna (Annesley) Wesley. The fifteenth of nineteen children, he was the third son to be named...
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Billy Graham Biography

Ordinary man… extraordinary call. Billy, the Boy Christened William Franklin Graham, Jr., Billy was born on November 7, 1918 in a small town outside of Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, and grew up on the family dairy farm. Reared in Scottish Presbyterian...
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Brother Yun Biography

Brother Yun was born in February 1958 in the province of Henan. His original name was Liu Zhenying (刘振营). Brother Yun became a believer at the age of 16. Soon after he became a Christian, God called him to be His witness in the west and south. As he was obedient to...
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Timothy Biography

Timothy, a native of Lystra, was reared well, and both his mother and grandmother taught him the Scriptures from his infancy.  Thus Timothy’s open heart was ready to accept the gospel of Christ when Paul came through Lystra on his first or second missionary... read more

Luke Biography

It is surprising that someone who is mentioned as rarely in the Scriptures as Luke would have such a vital role in the writing thereof.  His name is mentioned only three times, yet he wrote two of the most important accounts in the Bible—carefully researched accounts... read more

Paul of Tarsus Biography

It must be admitted that Paul was one of the unlikeliest individuals ever to become a Christian missionary.  He was born a Jew with Roman citizenship, and was a Pharisee both by birth and theological choice.  Paul was trained by Gamaliel, one of the greatest Jewish... read more

Cornelius Biography

Cornelius was a Roman soldier who lived in Caesarea.  He had worked his way up the Roman ranks to the position of centurion—a commander of 100 Roman soldiers and backbone of the Roman military.  Cornelius lived among Jews, and most Romans had little use for Jews.  At... read more

John Mark Biography

The intoxicating excitement of Christ’s resurrection had long since passed.  The Master had left his loyal band of followers to carry on without Him. Soon persecution arose against the bold apostles of this Messiah.  When the apostle Peter was imprisoned, a... read more

Barnabas Biography

The apostle Paul so eclipsed his Christian contemporaries that Barnabas is little more than a name to most of us.  The first thing the Bible tells us about him is that he was a Levite from Cyprus who sold a field he owned and brought the money and laid it at the... read more