Austen’s world was in a process of transformation, and two leaders of the changes were the church and science.
This powerful devotional builds on Jane Austen's prayers to encourage us to go deeper with God.
A daily devotional with fascinating true stories about our Christian family through the ages.
This devotional draws spiritual lessons from Austen's novels.
What verses did Austen choose for her cross-stitch sampler, and what might they mean to us?
Girls learned the alphabet and the Bible by stitching. This is claimed to be Jane Austen's childhood sampler.
Wilberforce, despite many challenges, was filled with "penetrating" joy. What was his secret?
The real climax of each Jane Austen novel is when someone reaches a turning point, and sees the darkness in his or her own heart.
Evangelicals in the Church of England set out to reform the manners, or moral behavior, of a whole country. Did they succeed?
Clergymen in Austen's England usually studied at Oxford or Cambridge. What did they study, and how was their system different from American universities today?
How much do you know about churches and chapels in Austen's novels, and in her world?