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Local third grader raises money to build homes in Haiti

Nine-year-old Rachel Wheeler was inspired to raise money to build Homes in Haiti after she learned that some Haitian children are so desperate for nourishment that they eat mud pies. “I cried, and I thought that we need to change that,” Wheeler told CBS4. Inspired by a recent visit to Food for the Poor with […]

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Israeli environmental organization campaigns to clean the Jordan River, where Jesus was baptized

Zalul, a leading Israeli Non- Governmental Organization devoted to protecting Israel’s seas and rivers, has undertaken the mission of saving the Jordan River, a historic Christian waterway now contaminated by modern-day pollutants. Zalul is demanding that the polluted wastewater entering the river be replaced with clean water. The organization possesses an excellent track record for […]

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Photo contest to showcase work on the mission field

Adventures In Missions (AIM), a nonprofit organization based in Gainesville, Ga., launched its first Missions Photo Contest in a quest to gather photographs of Life in action from around the globe. The purpose is to cast a vision for what God is doing in the mission field through a collection of compelling photographs that tell […]

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Tiananmen Square leaders call for repentance on 20th anniversary of massacre

An unprecedented statement regarding the June 4, 1989, massacre at Tiananmen Square was released by more than 80 Chinese Christian leaders calling for forgiveness, repentance, truth, justice and reconciliation. Most of the signatories were directly involved with the students’ movement and suffered severe repercussions at the hands of authorities for their participation. In the aftermath […]

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Fatherless boys are lifted up at local Life Flight 36

Jeff Master knew he had a problem building strong relationships, and he wondered why. Master never had a dad. His father died in the Vietnam War months before he was born. “Different men came in and out of my life,” he says. “Mostly to date my mom. When the relationship dissolved, I was crushed. A […]

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Holyland Experience gears up for exciting summer season

It’s that time of year again: School is out, kids of all ages are breaking out their swimsuits and families across America are gearing up for excursions in search of sun, fun and relaxation. Yes, the summer season is upon us and thousands of families will be making their way to vacation hot-spots like the […]

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