Inspirational Christian Biographies
Read encouraging Christian Biographies about the lives of legends who gave up all they had to dedicate their lives to God’s work. Be inspired by their dedication and be encouraged to serve God in your life.
“Remember your leaders, who spoke the word of God to you. Consider the outcome of their way of life and imitate their faith.” Hebrews 13:7
Get inspired to live for Christ!Read Christian biographies of legends like Smith Wigglesworth, Billy Graham, John Wesley, Brother Andrew, William Booth, Charles Spurgeon, Tony Anthony, Evan Roberts, Watchman Nee, Rees Howells, John Sung, DL Moody, Jim Elliot, Brother Yun, CT Studd, Hudson Taylor, Charles Finney and Jonathan Edwards.
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Dwight Lyman Moody went from humble, uneducated beginnings to being mightily used by God. He proves that God can truly use anybody from anywhere; you do not need to be a Bible scholar to be successful in the Lord. D.L. Moody: A Man used of God D.L. Moody, whose full...read more
“I have one desire now - to live a life with reckless abandon for the Lord, putting all my strength and energy into it.” Elisabeth Elliot, an inspirational woman who remained faithful to God, and the calling he had laid on her heart, through many trials and...read more
Martin Luther is remembered as a passionate writer and preacher, an influential theologian, and a loving father, husband, and mentor. In everything he did, he maintained an intensity, dedication, and sense of humor that served him and the Protestant Reformation well.read more
A common method for parents putting their children to bed is saying their prayers. Amy Beatrice Carmichael however, wouldn’t stop at prayers. She would also smooth out a space on her sheets; then invite the Lord to come sit down beside her. This was an early sign of...read more
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 journey. ...read more
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