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What the Bible Says, Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
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Episode 23 - Boycott Public School The deplorable and destructive agenda of the public school has given Bible-believing Christians no other option but to boycott them. It's time to stand up and ...
September 5, 2021 - Why Christians Need to Know The Gospel? I Corinthians 15:1-8 The unsaved need to hear the Gospel message to the be saved! But why do believers need to know the Gospel? a) For assurance ...
Eight Things for Christians Today 08-08-21 Sermon by Pastor Paul Timmerman of the First Baptist Church in Worcester, NY.
What Real Christians Love About Church - KJV Preaching ! Explaining good motivation for attending church, this message was preached on Wednesday, July 07, 2021, by Pastor Michael D. O'Neal at Glenwood Baptist ...
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After yet another military overthrow of a democratically elected leader in West Africa, minority evangelicals debate the role of faith in politics.In its 63 years of independence, Guinea has had three presidents. Last month, the West African nation suffered its third coup d’etat.This time, says the local Christian minority, their Francophone country might just get it right.“Alpha Conde cannot return,” said Etienne Leno, a Christian and Missionary Alliance (CMA) pastor. “We are praying that the new military authorities—who we find to be wise and intelligent—will be led by God.”On September 5, Colonel Mamady Doumbouya, head of the Guinean special forces, ousted the 83-year-old president. Once an imprisoned opposition leader, Conde became the nation’s first democratically elected head of state in 2010 and won a second term in 2015.Leno originally found much hope in Conde’s mandate, which was ushered in after the international community aided domestic forces to remove the military junta that violently seized power in 2008. Conde improved the business, tourism, and energy sectors, restoring Guinea’s global reputation.Local infrastructure was neglected, however, and the Oregon-sized nation lagged in domestic development. One-third of the economy was linked to the mining of bauxite, the primary resource for aluminum. Guinea boasts the world’s largest reserves, but foreign companies dominate the extraction.Despite 7 percent annual growth, nearly 50 percent of the 13 million population lived in poverty. And by late 2019, 36 percent of the country believed Guinea was moving in the wrong direction.And then Conde made his power grab. He pushed through a March 2020 referendum for constitutional changes to reset his term limits and in October won reelection again. Both votes were challenged by violently suppressed ...Continue reading...
Even during crisis of COVID-19, few are finding ways to share their faith, study finds. If Canadians have been longing for meaning in their lives during the COVID-19 pandemic, it is unlikely that anyone has told them about Jesus.According to a recent survey conducted by Alpha Canada and the Flourishing Congregations Institute, 65 percent of church leaders say that evangelism hasn’t been a priority for their congregations over the last several years. Fifty-five percent say their congregations do not equip Christians to share their faith.Shaila Visser, national director of Alpha Canada, said she was somewhat surprised by the numbers because she sees so many opportunities for Christians to share their faith. The pandemic, in particular, has caused people to ask significant questions about the meaning and purpose of their lives.“The opportunity before the church in Canada is to meet them and their questions with the person of Jesus,” she said, “to show them that Jesus is very good.”The survey asked Canadian leaders across Christian denominations, “As you think about your local congregation/parish over the last several years, to what extent would you say your congregation/parish has given priority (or not) to evangelism?”More than 2,700 church leaders responded between May and July 2021.About 20 percent said evangelism was a moderate concern. Only 9 percent said it was a high priority for members of their congregation to share their faith.Respondents included a few leaders from the mainline United Church of Canada and just over 20 percent from the Roman Catholic Church. The majority, though, came from evangelical traditions, including leaders from Baptist churches, Pentecostal churches, the Christian and Missionary Alliance, the Evangelical Free Church, the Church of the ...Continue reading...
It’s a simple Statement, written by the Psalmist Asaph long ago: “But it is good for me TO DRAW NEAR to God.” (Psalm 73:28) So true, yet so hard-to-communicate to Christians today. Many Believers in Jesus are simply satisfied that they are already near (enough) to God. After all, they have been saved? Right? Yet […]
Practicing gratitude is extremely good for humans, even those who don't believe in God. But for Christians, gratitude is no mere mental health strategy. It's a profound way of telling the truth: to ourselves, to others, and to the whole world.
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