C.T. Studd, a famous athlete turned missionary in the late 1800s, was passionate about calling Christians out of their mediocre, lackluster living to a heroic and fervent life. He desired Christians to actually do something rather than be passive in their lives, so he penned a short book called The Chocolate Soldier: Heroism—The Lost Chord of Christianity. In this convicting and arousing sermon, Eric Ludy gives C.T. Studd the pulpit and reads his modern adaptation of Studd’s Chocolate Soldier. As Studd so famously declared, “Before the world, aye, before the sleepy, lukewarm, faithless, namby-pamby Christian world, we will dare to trust our God, we will venture our all for Him, we will live and we will die for Him, and we will do it with His joy unspeakable singing aloud in our hearts.” Will you be a heroic Christian or of the chocolate sort?