On New Year’s Eve 1949, a fiery, young southern evangelist named Billy Graham was invited to the Boston area to speak at Park Street Church as the congregation brought in […]
Toward the end of The Christian Imagination: Theology and the Origins of Race by Willie James Jennings, Jennings expresses a desire for the church with which we resonate deeply. He […]
In the office of Dave Powell, D.L. Moody’s great-grandson, there are a number of documents and pictures in the process of being archived. While flipping through the binders, you might […]
Dwight L. Moody was familiar with hardship. He lost his father when he was quite young, grew up in poverty, worked rather than going to school, and lived through the […]
In the latest issue of Theology Mag (theologymag.com), several contributors examine various aspects of the theological thought of D.L. Moody. Rightly recognized as an American evangelist, the Moody Center’s D.L. […]
Agreements signed with Northfield Mount Hermon and Powell family to transfer oversight and stewardship of D.L. Moody historical sites to Moody Center.
“I had a vision from God. It felt like I was the pencil that translated it to paper. Over the blending of all these different ideas, this picture appeared in my mind, of what this could be, and we captured it and put it on paper…”
Moody Center President Emmitt Mitchell spoke with the Greenfield Recorder to unveil the renewed vision of the Moody Center.
We take a look back at media coverage from the Moody Center’s formal launch on Feb. 2, 2017.
Northfield, Massachusetts—the birthplace of D.L. Moody and home to much of his work… You might be surprised how many people have never heard of this place. Moody fans have long […]