Contributed by Sean Smuts on Aug 4, 2003
1.A young girl once consulted with her minister. “I cannot stick it out any longer. I am the only Christian in the factory where I work. I get nothing but taunts and sneers. It is more than I can stand. I am going to resign.” “Will you tell me,” asked the minister, “where lights are placed?” “What
Contributed by Bruce Willis on Jan 2, 2007
Bob had been a Christian for about 6 years and had come to Dallas to head up a major city wide evangelistic campaign, hosting a daily radio program and working with some of the largest churches in America. He was beginning to think he was close to reaching the ultimate in Christian maturity -
Contributed by Sermoncentral on May 1, 2013
THREE WAYS OUT
Sir Harry Lauder was a British entertainer who proved highly popular throughout the English speaking world both before, during and after World War One.
During World War One Lauder worked tirelessly to organize and recruit performers for shows given to troops serving abroad.