Colin and Mary Peckham

Dear friends, It’s been a long time coming, but finally the all-new website for Rev Dr & Mrs Peckham has been launched. You can visit it here:http://www.revivals.orgIt includes many articles by both Colin and Mary, general info and a number of new pictures. We’re also, within the next month, going to upload Mary’s book ‘I Was […]

Should We Crown or Crucify Jesus?

by Vance Havner John 18:33-40; 19:12-16 Christ or cynicism? – “What is truth?”Christ or criminality? – BarabbasChrist or Caesar? – “We have no king but Caesar.” 2ProphetU2ProphetU is an online magazine/website, started by Warren Wiersbe and Michael Catt, to build up the church, seek revival, and encourage pastors. […]

"Whatever makes men good Christians make them good citizens." - Daniel Webster



“Little doubt exists in my mind but that the American church is a sleeping giant. Stirred into action, ti could produce in our times the most sweeping spiritual, social, economic, and political changes in the history of the world. This world is waiting for such a revolution. Jesus used ordinary men for extraordinary tasks from […]

Kids in Church

3-year-old Reese :“Our Father, Who does art in heaven,Harold is His name..Amen.” A little boy was overheard praying:“Lord, if you can’t make me a better boy, don’t worry about it. I’m having a real good time like I am.” After the christening of his baby brother in church, Jason sobbed all the way home in […]

Commuter Marriage

A growing number of married couples in the U.S. are now choosing to live apart. Known as “commuter marriage,” nearly 3.5 million couples are currently living apart for reasons other than legal separation. The number has doubled over the last 20 years, with only 1.7 million couples living apart in 1990. USA Today, 2012 2ProphetU2ProphetU […]

The Future of the Global Church

History, Trends and Possibilities – Patrick Johnstone. InterVarsity Press. The author highlights the impact of evangelical Christianity over the past two centuries, as well as the astonishing growth of evangelicalism over the past half century. He focuses clearly on the unfinished task of world evangelization, with a special emphasis on the world’s least-evangelized peoples and […]

- Kenneth Boa. InterVarsity Press.

Want to read the classic works that helped shaped Western civilization but just don’t have the time? In these volumes, Boa presents an executive summary of some of the most important literary and theological contributions to historical Christianity, as well as a short author bio, key quotations, and historical and practical implications of each work, all in less than two hundred pages per volume.

A Taste of the Classics

Willing to Be Abused

Written by: Bill Elliff The word “abuse” is applied to almost everything in our litigious day. If anyone does anything to you that you do not like, the next step is to claim abuse. There are some places where that word is very important and needed, particularly when those who are helpless are involved or […]

For a Season

As I stood at the bus stop with my Mickey Mouse school bus lunch box in hand all geared for the first grade, making my way to graduation was the furthest thing from my mind. My heart was too caught up in the moment to look that far ahead. Many questions filled my mind on […]

A Change Is Going to Come

In case you were unaware, this is an election year. During the last presidential election, I wrote an article that I think still applies to this election… This is a year of change. There will be a new President, perhaps a new party in the White House beginning in 2009. In the next few months, […]

Never Alone

Read Deuteronomy 31:6-8; Joshua 1:1-9 What had sustained Moses during those difficult years as leader of the nation of Israel? It was not his Egyptian education or his own personal strength. In fact, more than once he almost broke under the load and tried to quit. No, Moses was sustained by a promise: “He will […]