Daily Archives: March 15, 2011

Felix Mendelssohn

Written by: Tom Lagomarsino From the moment they met, Felix Mendelssohn was completely and utterly taken with the French Reformed pastor’s beautiful daughter, Cécile Jeanrenaud, but it was her love for evangelical truth that would make theirs one of the … Continue reading

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Omurasan: A Portrait of Faith

Written by: Wayne C. Johnson Today, Sendai, Japan is a modern city of more than a million people, easily reached by high-speed rail from Tokyo. But in 1886, Sendai had seen few Westerners and was openly hostile to the strange … Continue reading

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