Resources by Evers, Stan K.
My father was taken as a prisoner of war. He was assumed dead, so it was a shock for my mother when he returned home. I was one of the results of his homecoming! I was born at home in Finsbury Park in north London, on 23 September 1946. That was just over 65 years […]Read
On 21 October 1805 – 200 years ago -Admiral Horatio Nelson died in battle aboard HMS Victory at Cape Trafalgar, near the western entrance to the Straits of Gibraltar. At Trafalgar Britain defeated the combined French and Spanish Fleets, dominating the high seas for the next hundred years. The British Fleet consisted of 27 ships, […]Read
Struggling to achieve salvation through his own efforts, the Gloucester-born student, George Whitefield, at the age of twenty, read The Life of God in the Soul of Man, written by a 17th century Puritan divine, Henry Scougal. Near death for seven weeks because of his constant fasting, Whitefield learnt from this book that it is […]Read
MY DEBT TO J.C.RYLE "I have yet to learn that there is a single passage in Scripture which teaches that a literal perfection, a complete and entire freedom from sin, in thought, or word, or deed, is attainable, or ever has been attained, by any child of Adam in this world." by Stan K. Evers […]Read