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Billy Sunday AudioWILLIAM ASHLEY (BILLY) SUNDAY 1862 - 1935 William Ashley Sunday was born in Ames, Iowa as the son of a Civil War soldier, on November 19, 1862, grandson of German immigrants. Because his father died when he was less than a year old, "Billy" was raised in an orphanage. His young days were hard, working in a hotel and later for Colonel John Scott.
During high school young Sunday worked as a janitor, and held a number of odd jobs until 1883, when he was discovered by Chicago White Stockings manager "Cap" Anson. He then joined the "White Sox," becoming a professional baseball player; he played in the major leagues for seven years. He was converted to Christ in 1886 after hearing hymns sung by the Pacific Garden Mission and through the street preaching of Harry Monroe in Chicago.
Sunday gave up his baseball career in March, 1891 to become an assistant YMCA secretary. After three years of work at the YMCA and acting as assistant to Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman, Sunday began preaching in his own services. He was ordained to the ministry in 1903 by the Presbytery of Chicago. Sunday preached in the army camps during World War I and later held city-wide meetings in the various cities across America. He refused to accept invitations offered him to go abroad.
Sunday's sensationalistic "fire and brimstone" preaching was incredibly popular. In one meeting in Philadelphia over 2.3 million attended his crusade during a period of eight weeks. He traveled from town to town, holding revival meetings in temporary wooden tabernacles, condemning liquor, and other sins of the modern age. Sunday held campaigns for over twenty years and literally "burned out for Christ." At the close of each service throngs of people came forward and grasped the evangelist's hand to signify their conversion. Such action was called "hitting the sawdust trail" because the tabernacle floors were covered with sawdust. Sunday was noted for acrobatic feats on the platform as he preached.
The worst ever said of him was that he occasionally let his humor run wild; the best ever said about him was that he reached a million lives for Christ - the drunken, the down and out, the homeless, the common man. His blazing-fisted bare-handed evangelism lives in American history. He was probably a factor in preparing the country for the passage of the Eighteenth (Liquor prohibition) Amendment to the US Constitution.
Billy Sunday died of a heart attack in Chicago, November 6, 1935; services were held in the Moody Memorial Church with 4,400 present.



BillySunday_SoundTrack.jpg (7080 bytes) Sound Track from the historic motion picture about Billy Sunday
{40minutes 38seconds}

Open Air Meeting
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Prohibition #1
- Anti-Booze Efforts - Sunday on how far he's willing to go in his anti-booze efforts
Prohibition #2 - Sunday late in life speaking about prohibition tax in a news reel
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Prohibition #3
- Sunday preaching about prohibition. Poor audio quality, bit it gives an idea of his preaching style
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Gone To Glory {Very Rare Collection} Cd


Click On Image For More Indepth InformationHere the voices of some preachers who have Gone to Glory: Dwight L. Moody, Ira Sankey, Billy Sundayarrow2rightsm.gif (11151 bytes) {Prohibition}{Anti-Booze}{Open Air Meeting}, George W. Truett, Harry A. Ironside, William Bell Riley, Rodney (Gipsy) Smith, Charles N. Alexander, Mel Trotter, General Wiliam Booth {Please Sir Save Me}{Don't Forget}{Rope Wanted}{Through Jordan}, Wilber Chapman, Homer Rodeheaver, John Brown, Peter Marshall.

Echoes From Glory {Very Rare Collection} Cd


Click Here For More Indepth InformationHere the voices of some preachers who have Gone to Glory:
Dwight L. Moody, Ira Sankey {1840-1908 Sings "God be with you till we meet again"}, Billy Sunday,  J. Wilber Chapman {1859-1918}, Charles N. Alexander {1867-1920 Sings the Glory Chorus}, Charles F.
arrow2rightsm.gif (11151 bytes) Weigle,  Charles Edward Fuller {1887-1968}, Homer Rodeheaver {1880-1955 Singing "When Jesus Comes"}, Rodney (Gipsy) Smith {1860-1947 Sings I can hear my Saviour calling}, Harry A. Ironside, Bob Jones Sr. {1883-1968}, Martin R. Dehaun {Speak on the coming of Christ}, Robert G. Lee {1886-1978 Preaches payday Sunday},  John Richard Rice {1895-1980}, Oliver B. Green {Preaching in a tent meeting}, John Frank Norris {1877-1952 Giving the testimony of the conversion of Sam Jones}