The Cambridge Seven by John Pollock Centenary Edition

A brilliant oarsman, the most famous cricketer of the day, two army officers, and three more young men gave up fame, fortune, friends, aspirations, and dreams to shine the light of God in China. Seven in the face of numerous backslides overcame their mistakes and set a torch ablaze in China. All these wouldn’t have … More The Cambridge Seven by John Pollock Centenary Edition

Sunshine Blogger Award

Thank you Odessa for nominating me Rules: Thank the person(s) who nominated you in a blog post and link back to their blog Answer the 11 questions sent by the person who nominated you Nominate 11 new blogs to receive the award and write them 11 questions List the rules and display the Sunshine Blogger award logo … More Sunshine Blogger Award

2nd Liebster Award!

This is my second liebster award nomination, and it happened in the same month I got my first award! The Liebster Award 2017 is an award that is given to bloggers by other bloggers, which only exists on the Internet. Rules: 1. Thank the blog who nominated you and link back to them (don’t forget … More 2nd Liebster Award!

Less Disjointed Autobiography

Mark Twain’s autobiography although interesting and amusing was really disjointed. He paid attention to little things that were irrelevant and ignored huge things that were immensely important. Also, he didn’t organize himself well enough to be coherent. So, how would I make my autobiography less disjointed than Twain’s? First, I would outline my memories on … More Less Disjointed Autobiography

Why Was He Open?

The striking fact in Plunkitt’s autobiography is he was very open about the way he made his money: “honest graft.” Honest graft here means that he would get information on what the government wanted to do and make a profit from it. But it is a mystery why he showed how he made his money … More Why Was He Open?