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October 9th, 2019
former KS Gov - Ambassador-at-large for International Religious Freedom Sam Brownback
by Jeffrey Cimmino – washingtonexaminer.com – September 11, 2019 Ambassador-at-large for International Religious Freedom Sam Brownback said Christians are possibly facing the worst period of persecution in history and accused Western countries of failing to protect Christians because of a sense of guilt. “There is more persecution of Christians now, arguably, than any time in the history of world, and the Christian...
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September 16th, 2019
Foster Friess
By: Matt M. Miller – dailycaller.com – September 05, 2019 Conservative philanthropist and investor Foster Friess donated $1 million Thursday to Hurricane Dorian relief efforts in the Bahamas, according to a press release. Friess made the donation to the Water Mission, a nonprofit organization committed to providing clean water to those in need around the globe. The organization has promptly responded...
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July 19th, 2019
ben kinchlow eulogy
By: CBN News – cbn.com – July 19, 2019 CBN is saddened to report that former 700 Club co-host Ben Kinchlow passed away in the early morning hours of Thursday, July 18, 2019.  On Friday’s The 700 Club, we will pay tribute to our friend Ben Kinchlow. Check local listings.  Ben Kinchlow was known throughout the world as the long-time Co-host...
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March 12th, 2019
Buckner International logo
By: Buckner International – buckner.org – 2019 Buckner International is a ministry dedicated to the transformation and restoration of the lives we serve. We are a Christ-centered organization that delivers redemptive ministry to the most vulnerable from the beginning to the ending of life. Our mission Buckner International transforms the lives of vulnerable children, enriches the lives of senior adults...
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March 11th, 2019
ladies-talking
By: Dr. Lary Moyer – larrymoyer.com – February 20, 2019 Do all Christians have a responsibility to evangelize or just those who have the gift of evangelism? I couldn’t say it more clearly than this—evangelism is an integral part of discipleship. I define a Christian as a person who comes to God as a sinner, recognizes Christ died for him and rose...
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March 11th, 2019
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By: Our Correspondents – independent.ng – February 17, 2019 For more than 70 years, Wycliffe Bible Translators has worked to give people the Word of God in their own language. It took 67 years to complete the first 500 Bibles, and the second 500 took only 17 years. Now, updated software for smartphones called Paratext Lite will speed up the process even more....
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February 18th, 2019
HeartStrongFaith2019-Speakers
By Heart Song Faith – heartstrongfaith.com – February 2019 2019 HEARTSTRONG FAITH CONFERENCE February 22-23, 2019 FRIDAY 7:00 PM – 9:45 PM AND SATURDAY 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM The HeartStrong Faith Women’s conference is a gathering of women coming together to worship, pray, learn, and ultimately, lead others to Christ. Women will grow and flourish as they root themselves in the...
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December 9th, 2018
children - can-carry
By: Dr. Christian Overman – biblicalworldviewmatters.blogspot.com – November 23, 2018 David Livingstone, the famous missionary to Africa, in a speech at Cambridge in 1857, declared: “A prospect is now before us of opening Africa for commerce and the Gospel. Providence has been preparing the way…Those two pioneers of civilization—Christianity and commerce— should ever be inseparable; and Englishmen should be warned...
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November 27th, 2018
Yanomami tribesman
By: Josh Hafner – usatoday.com – November 26, 2018 The next time you visit a grocery store you may wonder why most of the fresh produce is individually wrapped or packaged. The death of an American killed by members of an isolated Indian tribe has turned a spotlight not only on the bow-wielding natives of North Sentinel Island but on...
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November 13th, 2018
Sex trafficking - hands
By: Gary Haugen and Victor Boutros – foreignaffairs.com – June 2010 For a poor person in the developing world, the struggle for human rights is not an abstract fight over political freedoms or over the prosecution of large-scale war crimes but a matter of daily survival. It is the struggle to avoid extortion or abuse by local police, the struggle...
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