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Recognizing Success

At the International AIDS Conference, Christian groups feel more at home than in the past By Emily Belz (WNS)–The weeklong International AIDS Conference in Washington, D.C., has brought together disparate players on the issue: government officials, gay activists, African bishops, and American evangelicals. The United States, the world leader in fighting AIDS, is hosting the […]

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The Orphans’ Plea

“God decided in advance to adopt us into His own family by bringing us to Himself through Jesus Christ. This is what He wanted to do, and it gave Him great pleasure. So we praise God for the glorious grace He has poured out on us who belong to His dear Son. He is so […]

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Buy This, Not That

Use your money to be a part of the solution and not a part of the problem! No matter how cash-strapped you may be, the very fact that you live in America makes you richer than roughly 70% of the world.  Every time you make a purchase, you have the ability to either support businesses […]

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Invisible Accountability

America stood in awe on March 8, 2012 when Invisible Children’s KONY 2012 video reached over 50 million views after only three days on YouTube. After watching the film, each and every observer was left with shocking clips and images of Joseph Kony’s inexorable mission: to “purify” the Acholi people of Uganda. Joseph Kony, the […]

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The Olympics’ Tarnished Gold

By the time this article is published, the 2012 London Summer Olympics will be in full swing. Chances are, as you read this, billions of people around the globe are glued to their televisions, pulling for their respective nations to claim victory and bring home gold medal honors. Millions of foreign visitors have poured into […]

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U.S. Counselors Helping Addicts in Uganda

Lighthouse Network Sending Doctor and Counselors to Uganda to Help Abuse Victims Avoid Addiction, Heal Mental Illness Battles Rampant Abuse in East Africa Leads to Many Behavioral Health Problems; Lighthouse Counselors to Train Ugandan Nationals Key Facts: Sexual and physical abuse, left untreated, in victims is often a major factor leading to despair and addictions […]

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Meth to Missions

Meet Jeff Stone. Home in Fort Lauderdale for a brief missions respite. Nothing about Jeff’s warm demeanor and clean-cut appearance give any hint of the life that he once lived back in Las Vegas. However, once Jeff sits down and begins to open up, he tells an intriguing and powerful story of his transformation from […]

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10 Trends to Watch in 2012

I’m not a prophet, nor the son of a prophet. But it doesn’t take a prognosticator to predict a few trends I believe we’ll see in the next year. Here are a few trends to watch in 2012, in my humble opinion. The world will not end in 2012, contrary to Mayan predictions. To borrow […]

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Tortured For Christ

Pastor Richard Wurmbrand, author of 18 books, was a Romanian Christian Minister of Jewish descent who had the misfortune of growing up during a time of severe anti-Semitism in Communist Romania. Pastor Wurmbrand had publicly declared that Christianity and Communism were incompatible, and thus Pastor Wurmbrand was tortured mercilessly and imprisoned for 14 years for […]

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Climbing for Freedom

The Good News recently caught up with 18 year old Madison Baczewski, the youngest Freedom Climber, who also happens to be a South Florida native. Counting down the days until January 11, here is what Madison had to say about the upcoming Freedom Climb: The Good News (TGN):  Will you tell us a little bit […]

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