Pastor Brent enjoys posting Biblical, Gospel-centered devotionals to encourage godly living, inspire deeper thinking, and to help us to see the Bible in a fresh way. Devotionals can help us understand the truths of the Bible in a deeper way; they can help enlighten our understanding of what certain passages, books, or accounts from the Bible mean. Devotionals rooted in Scripture can help unpack the Word and help us apply the Bible in a personal way. Currently, Brent is featuring stories on godly saints in history.
Pastor Brent says he will always fear God more than man, so don’t be surprised if he addresses issues that sting or even cut you to the core. But one thing is certain, his devotional posts will always align with the Word of God and/or be rooted in Scripture.
“The Father Of Modern Missions” William Carey was born on August 17, 1761 in the small village of Paulerspury in Northampton, England, and was the eldest of five children born to his parents Edmund and Elizabeth Carey. His parents were weavers by trade and when William was 6 his father was appointed as the village […]
“Betsy” Elizabeth Gurney Fry was born on May 21, 1790 in Norwich England, the third child of a Quaker family. Her father, John Gurney was a very successful banker and businessman and was partner in the Gurney Bank. He was also the owner of a wool stapling and spinning factory. Her mother, Catherine Gurney, was […]
“Father Of The English Bible” William Tyndale was born in 1494 more than likely in North Nibley, England. Although not much is known about his childhood, he has become known as “The Father Of The English Bible.” William grew up in a time when Western Europe deemed the Bible to […]
“The Black Moses” In 1831 a Kentucky slave by the name of Tice Davids ran away from his master in an effort to get to the free state of Ohio and he swam across the Ohio to escape from his master. His master followed him watching him closely as he waded ashore and then he […]
“Author of Amazing Grace Hymn” John Newton was born on July 24, 1725 in London in Wapping London the only son of John Newton Sr. and Elizabeth Newton. His father was a shipmaster in the Mediterranean waters and was a very irreligious man. John would say of his father “I […]
Corrie Ten Boom was born on April 15, 1892 to a Dutch family in Holland, Netherlands. She was the youngest of two sisters, Bellie and Nollie and one brother named Willem. Corrie had the privilege of being raised in a very Godly family and were members of the Dutch Reformed Church. Corrie’s grandfather, Willem, had […]
George Mueller was a Prussian (German native) born in Kroppenstaedt on September 27, 1805 to Herr Faru Mueller. His father was a Prussian Tax Collector and would often entrust George and his two other brothers with considerable amounts of money, which many times would turn out to be disastrous. Often times George and his brothers […]
Charles Thomas Studd known as CT Studd was born on December 5, 1860 in Northallerton, England. He was one of three sons that were born to Edward Studd who was a wealthy planter. Edward had a made a fortune off planting in India and then retired and came to England […]
“The Hymn Queen” Frances Jane Crosby was born on Marcy 24, 1820 in Southeast Putnam County, New York to John and Mercy Crosby. When Frances “Fanny” Crosby was just 6 weeks old she had developed a cold in her eyes. The family doctor was away at the time and another country doctor was called […]
“The Prophet Of The Poor” William Bramwell Booth was born on April 10, 1829 to Samuel and Mary Booth in Nottingham, England. William had three sisters named Ann, Emma, Mary, and older brother named Henry that died on his second birthday. William’s parents were not religious and they had little education. William’s father grew […]