The Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ has been proclaimed by many individuals from various nations and backgrounds. Some never left their homeland and others have journeyed to distant lands. These servants of God have left an impact that has changed the course of eternity for multitudes of people. Be inspired and encouraged as you read about their lives.

Amy Carmichael

Amy Carmichael was born in Ireland on December 16, 1867. As a young girl, she would often pray for her brown eyes to turn blue so she could fit in with everyone else. Continue reading

Cameron Townsend

Townsend was passing out Spanish Bibles. One day, a Cakchiquel Indian came up and listened to Townsend speak about the sovereignty of God. The Indian bluntly said to him, “If your God is so smart, why can’t he speak my language?” Continue reading

C.T. Studd

C.T. read a pamphlet from an atheist. In the pamphlet, the atheist said that if he believed in what Christians said, he would do anything in his power to reach as many as possible. This inspired C.T. to reach out to others with the good news. Continue reading

David Livingstone

In 1832, Livingstone read a book about the need for medical doctors in China, and from this day on, he knew God was calling him to be a medical missionary to China. Continue reading

Eric Liddell

Eric Liddell is famous for his 1924 Olympic race as depicted in “Chariots of Fire” and his refusal to run on Sunday because of his faith. Yet, much of what made his life significant happened after the movie. Continue reading

Hudson Taylor

“The Great Commission is not an option to be considered; it is a command to be obeyed.” ~ Hudson Taylor Continue reading

Mary Slessor

One day, a missionary came and spoke at Mary’s church. As he described the work being done in Africa, Mary’s eyes were opened. From that moment, she knew God was calling her to Africa. Continue reading

Moravian Movement

“I have but one passion: It is He, it is He alone. The world is the field and the field is the world; and henceforth that country shall be my home where I can be most used in winning souls for Christ.” — Count Nicolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf Continue reading

William Carey

Carey was born in England in 1761. As a young adult, Carey worked as a cobbler. During this time, he started studying the Bible. While going through the Bible, he became convinced that the heart of God is to reach the lost. Continue reading