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Firestorm in Pakistan

Published on March 20, 2013 By DEC2012b

Reposted: Firestorm in Pakistan   March 14, 2013 Christian Aid Mission has sent emergency assistance to help displaced families whose homes and businesses were torched by an angry Muslim mob in Lahore, Pakistan, March 9. Hundreds of Christians were left homeless in the wake of that Saturday´s fiery riots. A local church-planting ministry assisted by [...]

Experiencing New Horizons in Nepal

Published on March 12, 2013 By DEC2012b

Reposted:   While serving as a U.S. diplomat in the Arabian Gulf for ten years, I saw more and more Nepalese come to the region looking for work. I developed a love for these mild, gentle, hardworking people from one of the world´s poorest countries. I became aware that, despite centuries of their country being [...]

Movie – New Hope

Published on November 18, 2012 By DEC2012b

Michael Evans is forced to move to the small town of New Hope in the middle of his senior year. Thrust onto the basketball team just before the playoffs, Michael struggles to fit in, particularly with star player Lucas Green (Ben Davies, Courageous). Compounding the situation, Michael begins dating Jasmine Stone, the former girlfriend of [...]

Sharing Your Faith

Published on November 17, 2012 By DEC2012b

Many are still a little uncomfortable or not confident in sharing their faith verbally, and sometimes not sure what to say; but here is an app that can help you, and train you, and keep you on-track at the same time. The app is a great improvement on a very old diagram used in tracts and [...]

Aftermath: Lessons From the 2012 Election

Published on November 9, 2012 By DEC2012b

  The 2012 U.S. election is over, and more than 100 million Americans participated in the great exercise of democracy — fulfilling the franchise of the vote. Even with some votes not yet counted and some issues as yet clarified, a general picture of the election is clearly in view, and the impact of this [...]

Christian Unity Series

Published on October 22, 2012 By DEC2012b

Below is an article on Christian unity, which is certainly thought provoking; even if we don’t agree with some of the assumptions made by the author. Certainly if we govern ourselves by the scriptures, the world would more clearly know that God sent His son and further the church’s mission: Christian Unity (Ephesians 4:1-16) Study By: [...]

The Olympics of Ministry Defines Success Differently

Published on August 13, 2012 By DEC2012b

  By Dan Delzell , Special to CP August 8, 2012|7:52 am As Olympians are currently striving in London to earn medals and get on the platform, I think of all the Christians in the world today who are focused on winning a different kind of medal. St. Paul described this holy pursuit with these [...]

Where Was God When Lolo Jones Placed Fourth?

Published on August 13, 2012 By DEC2012b

     We need a theology that accounts for Christian athletes’ on-the-field failings. Katelyn Beaty Gabby Douglas had “a good feeling” when she arrived in London last week. “It was raining and I thought, It’s going to be a great day,” she told People. “My mom used to tell me when I was little, ‘When [...]

Knitting missionary touches hearts in London

Published on August 10, 2012 By DEC2012b

  by ASSIST News ServicePosted: Wednesday, August 8, 2012, 12:31 (BST)   For the past 30 years, Margaret Sesma’s missionary outreach has touched nearly every nation in the world. According to Forever2012.com, Sesma has served soldiers and the homeless, jails and orphanages. Margaret has managed to do all of this even through the age of [...]

Christian life worth more than 10 seconds of glory – bishop

Published on August 10, 2012 By DEC2012b

    Posted: Wednesday, August 8, 2012, 12:12 (BST)  Over 200 young people gathered near the Olympic Park were encouraged to live for a higher glory. Bishop Thomas McMahon of Brentwood and Bishop Richard Moth of the Forces were there to celebrate with the youngsters at St Francis of Assisi Catholic church in Stratford. Bishop [...]