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GS with Basket, the poodle. Photo Carl Mydans, Life via Ordinary finds

Evangelism: What John Wesley can Teach the Modern Church? Check and Read more on: http://blog.memorycross.com/evangelism-what-john-wesley-can-teach-the-modern-church/

Evangelism: What John Wesley can Teach the Modern Church

John Wesley by William Hamilton oil on canvas, National Portrait Gallery, London





Britain's bravest: Charles' son Brigadier General Sir John Edmond Gough was later awarded the family's third Victoria Cross in 1903

Meet the Goughs: The extraordinary family who were awarded a record-breaking THREE Victoria Cross Medals in just two generations

Herbert Pocket in Great Expectations (2011) ~ Not my favorite Dickens adaption, but Herbert is a favorite character just because he's so optimistic and loyal.

"Alright, would you like me to burn their house down?" the young man asked dryly. "Sometimes you lose fair and square," he stated finally, turning and leaving.

photographer: Pierre 1870s - Keszthely / Hungary

photographer: Pierre 1870s - Keszthely / Hungary

James "Jim" Bowie (c. 1796 – March 6, 1836) - American pioneer, soldier, smuggler, slave trader, and land speculator, who played a prominent role in the Texas Revolution, culminating in his death at the Battle of the Alamo

Jim Bowie, American pioneer and hero, and his signature knife. Born in Kentucky, Bowie lived in Louisiana and died at the Alamo.