History

Diana Waring

Due to health reasons, Diana Waring is taking a break from her lessons. She will return in a few months. Her Christian Luminaries series will be archived on the site for you.

In the meantime, check out our new Classical History series with Jennifer Courtney, and our Asia history series, taught by Bonnie Rose Hudson.

Life Lessons from Christian Luminaries: David Livingstone

Our monthly program is called Life Lessons from Christian Luminaries.

The word luminary means a person who inspires or influences others, especially one prominent in a particular sphere. We are going to consider the life and times, the ministry and service, and the courage and faith of a number of men and women who have followed Jesus to the ends of the earth.

Over the course of each month, we will look briefly at the historic and cultural setting of these servants of the Lord, along with considering these questions:

  • Where are they from, and where did they serve?
  • Who were the people, the communities, that they served?
  • What particular spiritual and character traits are they known for?
  • When did they live? Which specific historic events took place that impacted them?
  • What trials did they encounter?
  • Why are they noteworthy? In what way might they become a role model for believers today?

Go to this month’s lesson on David Livingstone.

Go to June/July Lesson on Isobel Kuhn.

Go to May’s Lesson on Dr. Paul Brand.

Go to April’s Lesson on Betty Green.

Diana Waring

Diana Waring, author of Beyond Survival, Reaping the Harvest and the History Revealed curriculum published by AiG, discovered years ago that “the key to education is relationship.”Beginning in the early 80s, Diana homeschooled her children through high school—providing real-life opportunities to learn how kids best learn. Mentored by educators whose focus was to honor Him who created all learners, and with an international background (born in Germany, a university degree in French, a lifelong student of world history), Diana has been enthusiastically received by audiences on four continents.