This issue would not be complete without including Norman's last worldwide, Churchwide commission: boldly proclaiming the revelation of Colossians 1:28: "a total present Christ in you.... He is … continue reading.
This issue of The Intercessor is entirely devoted to exploring the spiritual ancestry of the Zerubbabel fellowship by tracing the lives of a chain of pioneer British missionaries who wholly followed … continue reading.
After C.T. Studd's death, Norman and a tiny group at W.E.C. London headquarters faced the impossible--a mission nearly in ruin. Cornered by circumstances, they sought God and found the key to His … continue reading.
"Anyone who does not take his cross and follow me is not worthy of me"--Matthew 10:38"He had no money. At fifty years of age, after fifteen years of ill health, how could he face … continue reading.
C. T. 's life story describes the provision of their faithful God for themselves and . their four girls through the forty years of [C.T.'s] wedded life, at times in poverty, at times in abundance, but … continue reading.
In this excerpt from his autobiography, Norman recounts the valuable spiritual and personal insights gained while on the mission field with his father-in-law C.T. Studd and, most importantly, how he … continue reading.
The first time Norman told me about David Munro, this wild, smoking, drinking army man, he said he was at home in London and while out walking, he passed by a Salvation Army meeting and he was … continue reading.
"He said to them, 'Go into all the world and preach the good news to all creation.'"Mark 16:15"We are now coming to the last and greatest era of Mr. Studd's life--China, then India, … continue reading.
A Review ofC. T. Studd in the Heart of Africaby Norman Grubb by Joanna CoatneyC.T. Studd in the Heart of Africa is a wonderfully captivating CD series packed with fascinating stories and tidbits from … continue reading.
For I have not come to call the righteous, but sinners"--Matthew 9:13 "[Back in England] C.T. went up and down the homeland, urging and pleading with God's people to rise up and fight and … continue reading.
But whatever things were gain to me, those things I have counted as loss for the sake of Christ. More than that, I count all things to be loss in view of the surpassing value of knowing Christ Jesus … continue reading.
I realized that my life was to be one of simple, childlike faith, and that my part was to trust, not to do. I was to trust in Him and He would work in me to do His good pleasure. From that time my … continue reading.
Norman GrubbThe following is taken from Norman Grubb's book After C.T. Studd. In this book, Norman recounts his personal recollection of C.T.s last days. More importantly, he shares with the reader … continue reading.