World

A Bright Light in Desperate Times

Haiti, the poorest country in the western hemisphere, has been in turmoil for decades and has had no real successful plan to fix the overwhelming problems it has faced. This country has been plagued with economic collapse, governmental corruption, poor health conditions, bad roads, little electricity, no real sewers, a huge trash dilemma, contaminated drinking […]

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Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things

For her 40th birthday, Lucy McCann wanted nothing more than to take a vacation to her native homeland of Cartagena, Colombia with her husband Oliver. Amidst the historical charm that lures many tourists to the balmy South American port, the couple took notice of a young girl in the distance. Dark skinned, dirty and clad […]

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A Christian Response to Osama bin Laden

(WNS)–On Sunday night, I ended up watching the speech announcing Osama bin Laden’s death and wrote an article about it for WORLD Magazine’s web-site. The story summarized reactions that almost immediately started coming in from around the world. But the next day I said to myself: “Yes, these are the reactions of our politicians and […]

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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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Haiti One Year Later

By Bryon Mondok The Good News   Since the first days after the quake, Food For The Poor has worked to alleviate suffering and rebuild the lives of the Haitian people, said Angel Aloma, Executive Director of Food For The Poor in an interview with the Good News. “It’s a long-term solution. There are no […]

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Amish leadership travels to Israel to issue apology

New York – November 30, 2010: Amish leadership from Idaho, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Switzerland were in Israel November 21-27 to issue a declaration of repentance to Israel and the Israeli people. The apology was issued by Amish Bishop Ben Girod, along with many other leaders of the Amish community, including Pastor Micah Smith. Bishop Girod […]

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New book argues for spontaneous creation

Stephen Hawking’s new book, The Grand Design, co-authored with Leonard Mlodinow, contends that God is not necessary to create the universe because the laws of physics can do it alone. The “new atheist” crowd will cheer this message, but their credulity is a matter more of fiery sentiment than of cool-headed logic. Hawking asserts that […]

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