World

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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Heart & Soles

How one Florida couple is making an impact on Guatemalan families from head to toe Imagine having to support your entire family on $2 per day or sharing a one-room home with eight other family members. According to the International Organization for Migration, this scenario is a reality for many families who live in Guatemala, […]

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Patching up ‘The Hole in our Gospel’

“The Hole in our Gospel,” a new book by Richard Stearns, analyzes modern Christendom’s commitment to the whole Gospel, not just the altar call. “More and more, our view of the Gospel has been narrowed to a simple transaction, marked by checking a box on a bingo card at some prayer breakfast, registering a decision […]

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Abortion permanently banned in the Dominican Republic

In response to recent efforts by international pro-abortion groups seeking to decriminalize abortion in the Dominican Republic, legislators permanently enshrined the right to life for pre-born humans by rewriting the Constitution of the Dominican Republic with the words “the right to life is inviolable from conception until death.” The legislation, called Article 30, passed with […]

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Gospel for Asia points people away from idols

Madhuri Kappor had heard about Jesus, but she didn’t yet realize that He was even more powerful than the goddess worshipped by the people in her village. Madhuri is from a small village dominated by tribal people who are very devoted to their ancient religion. The villagers also harbor many superstitions, one of which involves […]

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Guatemala’s president & 425,000 attend Luis Palau’s historic Guatemala Festival

After a 10-day, region-wide evangelistic campaign that brought international evangelist Luis Palau face-to-face with Guatemala’s top leadership, Palau shared the Gospel to hundreds of thousands of individuals during the two-day Guatemala Festival at Parque de la Democracia on March 13–14. Guatemala’s president, first lady, vice president and three ministers of state all attended the festival, […]

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12-year-old takes stand for the unborn

The mother of a 12-year-old girl whose pro-life speech has become a hit YouTube video says her daughter’s passion for the unborn is genuine. Lia is a preteen from Toronto, Canada who decided to speak out against abortion in her school’s speech contest, despite teachers and school officials who encouraged her to pick a different […]

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Congress & forced abortions in China

Congress has rejected attempts to retain a pro-life policy that bars federal funding for organizations that support coercive abortion programs overseas. The Senate defeated an amendment March 5 that would have restored the policy, known as the Kemp-Kasten Amendment, to the $410 billion omnibus spending bill under consideration. The House of Representatives also rejected an […]

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