50 People Every Christian Should Know: Learning from Spiritual Giants of the Faith

November 19, 2018 - Comment

Christians in the twenty-first century need encouragement and inspiration to lead lives that honor God. When faith is weak or the pressures of the world seem overwhelming, remembering the great men and women of the past can inspire us to renewed strength and purpose. Our spiritual struggles are not new, and the stories of those

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Christians in the twenty-first century need encouragement and inspiration to lead lives that honor God. When faith is weak or the pressures of the world seem overwhelming, remembering the great men and women of the past can inspire us to renewed strength and purpose. Our spiritual struggles are not new, and the stories of those who have gone before us can help lead the way to our own victories.

50 People Every Christian Should Know gives a glimpse into the lives of such people as Charles H. Spurgeon, G. Campbell Morgan, A. W. Tozer, Fanny Crosby, Amy Carmichael, Jonathan Edwards, James Hudson Taylor, and many more. Combining the stories of fifty of these faithful men and women, beloved author Warren W. Wiersbe offers today’s readers inspiration and encouragement in life’s uncertain journey.

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Anonymous says:

A Wonderful Resource, but With Limited Appeal I really enjoyed this book, but I am not so sure it is for everyone. Although it is entitled 50 People Every Christian Should know, and in a sense these are people that Christians should know about, with a few exceptions this book is about preachers. And it was written by a preacher seemingly for other preachers. It is heavy (as heavy as these short bios can be) on sermon prep, homoletical technique and ecclesiastical politics. These are the seas I swim in (except for ecclesiastical…

Anonymous says:

Every Pastor Should Read This Book Wiersbe’s books are always inspiring and this one will make you want to go out and do more for Jesus just like the rest of his books will. Particularly this Pastor. As a matter of fact, he could have titled this book (and should have) “Pastors Every Christian Should Know” because that’s predominately who this book is about. Not a problem for me because it really helped me to appreciate all the hard working and innovative Pastors who paved the way for us today but generally speaking you…

Anonymous says:

A Great Way to Learn through Other’s Spiritual Walk I enjoyed every profile in this book. It went deep enough to become familiar with the person and their beliefs. It also guided you to considered the spiritual aspects of each person’s journey in serving God. I love the list of their writings and have accumulated a lot of titles on my wishlist. It is definitely a book that will make you stop and give consideration to things in your own life. The listing of books after the notes at the back of the book, about and by each person mentioned…

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