Born in Ames, Iowa, Billy Sunday became a professional baseball player with the Chicago White Sox. Shortly after being Saved through the outreach of the Pacific Garden Mission in Chicago, Sunday turned down a $400 per month baseball salary (at a time when the average worker made $480 per year) for a $84 per month ministry position. He advocated a strict morality and campaigned effectively for Prohibition. Billy conducted hundreds of revival meetings and reached an estimated 100 million people.
"Take 15 minutes each day to listen to God talking to you; take 15 minutes each day to talk to God; take 15 minutes each day to talk to others about God."
2 "The Need For Revivals"
3 "He That Winneth Souls is Wise"
4 Atonement Through the Blood of Jesus
6 Why Delay Your Real Conversion?
7 Broken Down Altars
8 Old Time Religion
9 Spiritual Food for a Hungry World
10 "Teach Us to Pray"
11 The Second Coming of Christ
12 Theater, Cards and Dance
13 Under the Sun
15 Show Thyself a Man
18 The Devil's Boomerangs
19 The Curse of Liquor!
20 The Curse of the Saloon
21 What Shall I Do Then With Jesus?
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Billy Sunday Prohibition
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Brochure Given to People at Billy Sunday Meetings 1910-1935
Some fruit of street preaching
Billy Sunday Dies In Chicago
Billy Sunday, American evangelist - Christian Biography Resources
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Hitting the Sawdust Trail with Billy Sunday - illustrated
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