Thank you, Harold
I must have been twelve or thirteen years old when we traveled to Sioux City to do some shopping. At a strip mall on Hamilton Boulevard, my brother Brad and I made a beeline for a small bookstore. My life would never be the same. There we discovered Harold Lamb's Genghis Khan.
I was enthralled by Lamb's biography and became hungry for more.
Hannibal quickly became another favorite.
I devoured as many of Lamb's biographies as I could find.
Forty five years later, my love of history remains as strong as ever.
For many years I subscribed to Christian History magazine.
I would like to whet your appetite for the CH website. I encourage you to check out just one of their many articles: Ordinary Saints at First Church. This article describes how evangelism took place in the early church. Here is a link to the article: