Gerald Flurry is the pastor general of the Philadelphia Church of God and editor in chief of the Trumpet news magazine, which he began publishing in 1990. He is also founder and chairman of the Armstrong International Cultural Foundation, known for its cultural, charitable and humanitarian activities, and founder and chancellor of Herbert W. Armstrong ..
Temitope Balogun Joshua (born June 12, 1963), commonly referred to as T. B. Joshua, is the Nigerian founder of The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN), a Christian organisation headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria. A Christian pastor, humanitarian and author, Joshua broadcasts Christian televangelism via SCOAN’s Christian television station Emmanuel TV, and on the Internet ..
1963 – Born on March 5 in Houston Texas. – Attended a semester at Oral Roberts University in Oklahoma. 1999 – A week before his father’s death, succeeded his father’s work and became a pastor for Lakewood Church. – His father, John Osteen, founder of Lakewood Church died ..
1957 – Born on June 9 in South Charleston, West Virginia is an American televangelist. 1979 – Pastor Jakes opened the doors of his first church located in a storefront facility in Montgomery, WV with only 10 members. 1996 – He founded The Potter’s House with about 50 families as members that had ..
1720 – John Woolman, born on the 19th of October in Ancocas, New Jersey. He was an itinerant Quaker preacher, traveling throughout the American colonies, advocating against conscription, military taxation, and particularly slavery. 1741 – When he was 21 he went to Mount Holly, where he was a clerk in a store, opened a school ..
1380 – Thomas a Kempis, born in Kempen, Germany. He was a Renaissance Roman Catholic monk and author of Imitation of Christ, one of the best known Christian books on devotion. 1392 – Reached Deventer when he was barely twelve years old, was taught by a dame the beginnings of his learning, and in a ..
US arts administrator, fund-raiser, and theater producer led syndicate that acquired Empire State Building 1951 (sold personal interest 1954) 1st chairman of Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts 1961-1988, overseeing its funding and construction 2.7 / 5 ( ..
1834 – Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Victorian England’s best-known Baptist minister, was born on June 19th in Kelvedon, Essex and spent his childhood and early teenage years in Stambourne, Colchester, and Newmarket. 1850 – His lack of a college degree was no hindrance to his remarkable preaching career, which began, when he was only fifteen years ..
1576 – He was born this year. 1592 – He entered Cambridge. 1597 – He received fellowship and was ordained in this year. Soon thereafter he became curate of a church at Norwich. 1606 – He was a member of the group of separatists at Gainsborough and a little later was in ..
?? 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 ..