Life

Ice Age Fossils Support Creation Studies

“It’s no secret that the lie of evolution has become a stumbling block for many on their path to salvation,” states Tom DeRosa, Founder and Executive Director of The Creation Studies Institute (CSI), located in Ft. Lauderdale. Once a devout atheist and evolutionist, DeRosa had a life changing experience when he accepted Christ. Since then […]

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Reaching Every Nation and Tongue

How do you reach the most isolated people in the most remote places on the planet with the Good News of Jesus Christ? Sanford, Florida based New Tribes Mission (NTM) identifies new tribes around the world and makes it their mission to reach them with the gospel. NTM is one of the largest missionary organizations […]

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Gendercide

After recently watching the How to End Gendercide video on the All Girls Allowed website, a flurry of emotions came over me; it began with a mixture of confusion, distress and worry and ended with a feeling of hope. I couldn’t help but imagine if I had been born in China, I could have possibly […]

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Breakfast Demonstrates Christian Community’s Support of Israel

Evangelicals Honor Israel With Celebrate Israel Breakfast At National Religious Broadcasters Convention Breakfast Demonstrates Christian Community’s Support of Israel New York, NY – Feb. 2, 2011:  The Israel Life of Tourism (IMOT) announced the hallmark event, Celebrate Israel Breakfast, that will take place on Sunday, February 27, at 7 – 9 a.m., at the Gaylord […]

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Happily Ever After?

February, the month of love, has finally arrived! For many, it is a time filled with excitement, admiration and a chance for them to show love to the “object of their affection”. For others, this month can be a reminder of difficulties that they make be experiencing in their marital life. Couples that are currently […]

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Courageous Love

“The body of Christ needs to become more courageous with their love,” said Jean Caceres-Gonzalez, Founder and Executive Director of His House Children’s Home (HHCH), a private, non-profit, faith-based child welfare organization in Miami. Their mission: defend the weak and fatherless. Last year alone, close to one thousand neglected, abused or drug exposed children, including […]

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A podcast a day helps keep your troubles away

What better way to prepare yourself for the trials and tribulations of life than to arm yourself with the Word of God. One man is on a mission – to bring God’s Word to the world, every single day, via podcast. Early one December morning, 2005, Brian Hardin woke up to a thought he had […]

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Lost but found – True stories of life in the foster care system

According to a Child Welfare Information Gateway Statistic Study done in 2008 (the most recent information available), there were almost 500,000 children in the foster care system throughout the United States. Although some of these children were placed in various settings, including nonrelative foster family homes, relative foster homes, institutions, group homes, preadoptive homes, etc, […]

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Loving your gay neighbor as yourself

My heart pounded as the Sunday school teacher asked us to break into small groups and discuss how we might reach the homosexual community for Christ. I had often wondered if everyone knew my secret. Now I would find out for sure. In my group of four, Rachel spoke first, stating, “I don’t have any […]

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Are you a lukewarm Christian?

Most Christians have heard the term “lukewarm Christian” and understand its negative connotation. In fact, a lukewarm Christian can have an interest in God, such as going to church or reading the Bible and may look spiritual outwardly, but he does not allow God to have full access to every area of his life. In […]

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