?? AC – Born in Bethsaida in Galilee. He was the brother of Andrew, son of Jona (John), and probably the oldest of Jesus’ twelve disciples. 10-26 AD – Simon worked as a fisherman. 26 AD – Jesus told Simon to follow him and changed his name to Peter. 26-30 AD – Peter followed ..
10 – Born at Tarsus. At first he persecuted Christians, even taking part in the stoning of St. Stephen, the first Christian martyr. 32 – Converted to Christianity on the road to Damascus when Jesus appeared to him with a bright light, speaking to him. – Was blinded and went to Ananias ..
1801 – Born on February 21st in London, England. An influential churchman and man of letters of the 19th century, who led the Oxford Movement in the Church of England and later became a cardinal-deacon in the Roman Catholic church. 1822-1828 – After pursuing his education in an evangelical home and at Trinity College, Oxford, ..
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1940 – Born on August 22nd in Riverview, Michigan. An AMerican Christian evangelist and football coach. 1982 – Was head football coach of the University of Colorado. 1989 – Became the Walter Camp Coach of the Year. – Received Paul "Bear" Bryant Award. 1990 – He founded Promise Keepers. – He ..
US Christian evangelist and unofficial presidential religious advisor Templeton Prize 1982 wrote autobiography "Just as I Am" 1997 2.5 / 5 ( ..
1759 – Born on April 22nd in Charleston, Massachusetts. Minister of King’s Chapel in Boston for 43 years, was the first preacher in America to call himself a Unitarian. 1773-1777 – He attended Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts and, despite the disprutions caused by the Revolutionary War, for a time afterwards pursued theological studies as ..
1651 – Born on November 12th in San Miguel, Viceroyalty of New Spain. A poet, dramatist, scholar, and nun, an outstanding writer of the Latin American colonial period and of the Hispanic Baroque. 1664 – Presented to the court when the new Viceroy and his wife arrived, the pretty, witty, intelligent, educated, teen-aged Juana quickly ..
1921 – Born on October 19th in Oklahoma. American religious leader. 1948 – Married to Vonette Zachary on December 30th. 1951 – Founded Campus Crusade for Christ and transformed it from a college-based organization into the world’s largest Christian ministry. 1956 – A former self-described “happy pagan,” he also wrote The Four Spiritual Laws, a ..
1829 – Catherine Booth, the daughter of a coachbuilder, was born on the 17th of January in Ashbourne, Derbyshire. 1841 – She was a devout Christian and by the age of twelve she had read the Bible eight times. 1843 – At the age of 14 she developed spinal curvature and four years ..