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Do the Ten Commandments Have a Place in the New Testament Church?
Thought this was appropriate to pass along just before Thanksgiving. Hope no one would fall into this category but it is very funny.
Thanks to Edgar Carlisle
What the Bible Says, Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
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Astatula Baptist Church Live Stream Astatula Baptist Church's motto is Loving God, Loving Others, and Serving Both! We have been serving the Astatula community for over 100 years and hope that ...
Victory in Jesus - Great Old Hymns for "Special Music"!! At Glenwood Baptist Church, we still sing the old hymns from the hymnals even for "special music! We hope you enjoy "Victory in Jesus," sung by (left to right) ...
Praise is What I do - Good Hope Missionary Baptist Church Good Hope Missionary Baptist Church 1389 Willow Springs Rd , Wetumpka Al 36093 “It's Happening at the Hope” Services are as a follow: Wednesday Nights ...
TIBC Ministries 10/10/21 Sunday School Welcome to TIBC Ministries of Middleton, TN. We are glad that you stopped by and hope that you will subscribe to our channel and watch as often as you can.
TIBC Ministries 10/10/21 Sunday AM Welcome to TIBC Ministries of Middleton, TN. We are glad that you stopped by and hope that you will subscribe to our channel and watch as often as you can.
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Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch, who is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade, says her state's case will have a nationwide impact and that she hopes the justices return the issue of abortion to the states.
Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch, who is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade, says her state's case will have a nationwide impact and that she hopes the justices return the issue of abortion to the states.
The 8th annual event is open to all students, and organizers with Focus on the Family say they hope "it opens doors for students to talk to their friends about the gospel." The event is open to students of all ages, but is mostly done by middle and high school students.
Q&A with Mission Aviation Fellowship President David Holsten on the challenges of reaching the most isolated villages in the world.In a remote village on the side of a mountain in Papua, a man has been writing letters.“I’ve written so many letters asking for teachers to come,” he says. “I’ve written so many letters, my pens have all run out of ink. I don’t have any more pens to write with. But then all of the sudden I heard you guys were coming. I was so happy hearing that I could not sleep at all last night.”A new documentary tells the story of that arrival and the missionary pilots who support the work of Bible translators, church planters, and Christian teachers in the remotest mountain villages. Ends of the Earth will be playing in about 700 theaters across the US on Monday, October 18, and Thursday, October 21. It is also available to churches.CT talked to Mission Aviation Fellowship President and CEO David Holsten about the importance of the documentary, his theology of missions, and the challenges of flying small planes in and out of mountain villages like Puluk, where it took the people 15 years to build a runway with picks, shovels, and crowbars. What are your hopes for this documentary?We want people to see with clarity how the gospel can bring lasting change to somebody living in great isolation—isolation that isn’t just geographical. They are spiritually isolated, linguistically isolated, ethnically isolated. In some of these villages, infant mortality is 80 percent, women and children are abused, and there’s constant war. It’s pretty horrific.Liku, a Wano Bible teacher, says this in the documentary: “People in America might think we live in a pristine, beautiful place, but they haven’t seen for themselves what it is really like here.”The gospel and the values ...Continue reading...
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...
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