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30
Nov 2015

On Friday 11th September 2015 was a day the Americans and the world remembered the world most disaster that ever happened in the history of the war against terrorism 14 years ago in America, but in Eldorado Park, in the city of Johannesburg South Africa was another history made when the Grace House Family Church established the altar of prayer at the Eldocrest Primary School hall. Pastor Patrick Duncan and the Grace House Family Church Choir (New Wine) broke the Chains through Riveting Praise and Worship. People were led into the Inner......

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25
Nov 2015
As ISIS Rises, Many Muslims Are Turning to Christ

I love reading stories from the great revivalists and evangelists. In fact, I own a number of books that recount wonderful healings and breakthroughs. Many of these are the kind of inspirational stories that make you want to get up and do something incredible for Jesus. I recently pulled out a little volume called Miracles by the late R.W. Schambach (1926-2012). This book was originally published in the early ’60s and recounts some of his experiences under salvation-healing evangelist A.A. Allen (1911-1970) and when he later launched his own ministry. This is......

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25
Nov 2015
When God Restores Christian Women Marked by Bad Marriages, Divorce and Crazy Kids

Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson had been married twice with her second marriage that involved police incidents. Melinda Estabrook was a high-profile Christian TV celebrity who announced her divorce on her network. Lorie Hartshorn is a Christian leader who had three children who became ensnared to drugs, alcohol and the partying lifestyle. Thompson, a 700 Club Canada co-host with Estabrook and Hartshorn, shared their stories with transparency and vulnerability at the 16th Annual Women’s Journey of Faith Conference in Saskatoon, Canada. Over 1,200 women gathered for that conference from across Canada. The interdenominational organization......

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25
Nov 2015
Britain's "The Lord's Prayer" Ad, and Why It's Being Banned in UK Movie Theaters

For millions of people in the United Kingdom, prayer is a constant part of their lives; whether as part thanksgiving and praise, or as a companion through their darkest hours.” (United Kingdom)—Movie theaters in Britain—a nation that has practiced Christianity for more than 1,800 years—won’t show a one-minute advertisement in which students, weightlifters and a police officer each recite a line from the Lord’s Prayer. (Screengrab via The Lord’s Prayer ad/YouTube) “The Lord’s Prayer is prayed by billions of people across the globe every day and in this country has been part......

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25
Nov 2015
Amanda Blackburn Murder: Pastor Davey Blackburn, "Extremely Relieved" about Arrest of Pregnant Wife's Killer

“Though everything inside of me wants to hate, be angry, and slip into despair, I choose the route of forgiveness, grace and hope. If there is one thing I’ve learned from Amanda in the 10 years we were together, it’s this: Choosing to let my emotions drive my decisions is recipe for a hopeless and fruitless life. Today I am deciding to love, not hate.” -Pastor Davey Blackburn Pastor Davey Blackburn seeks God to give him and his family the power to have a “heart of forgiveness,” and is making a choice......

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25
Nov 2015
The Recent Discoveries That Prove Jesus is Just like the Gospels Portray Him

Negative portrayals of Jesus by skeptics are now being rejected even by secular scholars. (Dallas, TX)—In a provocative book that challenges two centuries’ worth of skeptical New Testament scholarship, author Robert J. Hutchinson argues that the historical Jesus of Nazareth was very close to being just as the Gospels describe Him—a fiery, courageous, charismatic populist who drew crowds by the tens of thousands and electrified all of with His announcement of God’s Kingdom in their midst. (Photo: 20th Century Fox/SonofGodmovie.com) In “Searching for Jesus,” Hutchinson draws together recent scholarship and archaeological......

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07
Nov 2015
T.D. Jakes on Guns, Mental Illness, and More

In a day and age of “political correctness,” it appears fewer pastors are willing to engage society on today’s toughest hot button issues. But not Bishop T.D. Jakes. With nearly 40 years of ministry under his belt, he’s comfortable wading into controversial topics to challenge both believers and non-believers. His willingness to broach difficult conversations is not too dissimilar to Christian forebearers the likes of Luther, Wesley, and others, who were willing to shine a light into the darkness and confront the excesses of culture. Watch the videos below to see Bishop......

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07
Nov 2015
Preventing and Treating Colds and Flu

Now that the colder weather is upon us, so is the cold and flu season. As it turns out, the cold weather isn’t what causes us to become ill, it is instead the lowered immune response that comes with this time of year. In other words, there are an equal number of viruses lurking around in the summer as in the winter. The difference is, is in the summer our body’s immune system is stronger, and therefore fights-off the viruses, whereas in the winter, our body’s immune system is weaker and we......

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25
Oct 2015
Boko Haram Kidnapped Chibok Schoolgirls Are 'in God's Hands,' Say Grieving Fathers

Nkeki Mutah, father of one of the abducted Chibok schoolgirls, speaks at a meeting to review efforts to recover the abducted Chibok girls organised by the Chibok Community Association in collaboration with the #BringBackOurGirls campaign, in Abuja, January 1, 2015. Parents of 200 Nigerian schoolgirls kidnapped by Islamist Boko Haram rebels in April said they were appealing directly to the United Nations for help after losing hope that the Nigerian government would rescue them. A number of the fathers of the over 200 schoolgirls kidnapped by terror group Boko Haram from Chibok,......

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25
Oct 2015
Pope Francis Says the Bible Is a 'Highly Dangerous Book'

Pope Francis addresses attendees in the opening ceremony to commence a plenary meeting of the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit 2015 at the United Nations headquarters in Manhattan, New York September 25, 2015. Pope Francis says the Bible is “a highly dangerous book” due to the fact that so many people in the world are arrested or murdered for owning one. In a prologue that is part of a youth Bible slated for publication this week, the pontiff wrote about the dangers of having a Bible, according to the Catholic publication Aleteia.......

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