Robert Murray M’Cheyne (1813–1843) was a minister in the Church of Scotland whose short tenure as a pastor was one completely devoted to God.
Mary Webb (1779–1861) was a Baptist pioneer who founded the first female missionary society in the United States. Born on
Frances Havergal (1836—1879) was an English hymn writer who wrote songs such as “Take My Life and Let it Be,”
Samson Occom (1723–1792) was a prominent Mohegan missionary who ministered to New England Indians. This year is the 300th anniversary of
John Henry Jowett (1864–1923) may have been the “greatest preacher in the English-speaking world,” according to author and pastor Warren
Frederick William Baedeker (1823–1906) was an evangelist known for proclaiming the gospel to prisoners across Russia. This year is the
Conrad Grebel (1498–1526) was co-founder of the Swiss Brethren, a branch of Anabaptists in Zurich. This year marks the 525th
William Pettiford (1847–1914) was a minister and banker in Birmingham. He led the historic 16th Street Baptist Church for 10