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The Hundredth Anniversary of a Tragedy

  A hundred years ago around this time a terrible massacre was taking place against Christians. It was the Armenian massacre where literally hundreds of thousands of Christians were slaughtered just for being Christian by Muslims in what is now Turkey. It is eerily similar to the crisis of today where ISIS and Boko Haram […]

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Competing Claims on Global Warming. What Should We Believe?

As we navigate the uncertain waters of the 21st Century, we hear alarming reports of impending disaster as a result of the polar icecaps melting under the onslaught of the global warming phenomenon that some scientists are predicting and, in fact, may already be well underway. Others dismiss this theory out-of-hand and see it as […]

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Laughing All The Way to Tehran

  A majority of Americans believe that Iran cannot be trusted to abide by a nuclear agreement. There is very good reason for this as Iran has a long history of breaking its international commitments, is the world’s foremost sponsor of terrorism and has consistently lied about the scope and intent of its nuclear program. […]

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Many Reasons to Support Israel

When asked why a person supports Israel, most Christians respond with Genesis 12:3, the biblical verse where God tells Abraham that He would bless those who blessed him and would curse those who cursed Him. While certainly a pertinent scripture, it cannot alone satisfy either the more curious or the antagonist. There are actually many […]

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Save The Children Expelled From Pakistan

(WNS)–The Pakistani government has closed the offices of international charity Save the Children in its capital, Islamabad, locking the building’s gate and telling all foreign nationals to leave the country within 15 days. Officials with the charity say they have no idea why the government has taken action against them. “Save the Children was not […]

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Cross International Sends Aid to Nepal Following Second Earthquake

Cross International, a relief and development organization based in South Florida, has sent three Interagency Emergency Health Kits (IEHKs) to Katmandu for distribution to remote areas of Nepal in the wake of the second earthquake. According to Jim Cavnar, president of Cross International, each IEHK is weighs one ton and contains medical supplies need to […]

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The Big Lie: A Timeless Strategy

The “big lie” is an expression coined by Adolf Hitler to describe his propaganda technique of telling a lie so colossal that no one would believe someone “could have the impudence to distort the truth so infamously.” He first described this concept in Mein Kampf (German for “My Struggle”), the autobiographical manifesto outlining his plans […]

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ISIS Executes 35 Ethiopian Christians

(WNS)–The Ethiopian government declared three days of mourning after officials confirmed Islamic State militants executed at least 35 Ethiopian Christians held captive in Libya. As with other mass killings, the terrorists on April 19 released a video of the murders. An Ethiopian government spokesman said the slain Christians likely were migrants trying to reach Europe. […]

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New Hope Community Church Extends Their Heart in Outreach to Haiti

New Hope Community Church, an evangelical body of believers who meet near the intersection of Cypress Creek Road and 31st Street in Fort Lauderdale, has a heart for missions and lends a hand in outreach to our neighboring country of Haiti, much larger than their numbers, which average 150 to 170 on a given Sunday. […]

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