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Tulsa Football Coach Bill Blankenship Shares his Faith in Speaking Engagements

Tulsa Football Coach Bill Blankenship Shares his Faith in Speaking Engagements

Armed with effective communication skills and driven by a compulsion to share his Christian testimony, Tulsa football coach Bill Blankenship frequently shares his faith in public speaking engagements.

XXXchurch Reaches out to Victims of the Pornography Industry

XXXchurch Reaches out to Victims of the Pornography Industry

The list of people who are “messed up” by the pornography industry continues to grow, from the women who are involved in the production, to the spouses who find themselves grappling with their loved ones’ addictions.

Run 4 Sobriety – Across America in 100 days

Run 4 Sobriety – Across America in 100 days

“If I can overcome the pain and fear of addiction, I know I can make it across America by foot and show that anything is possible. I’m just an ordinary guy, but I have an extraordinary God helping me.”

Super-Groupie Hobnobs with Elton John and Lennon, Finds God

Super-Groupie Hobnobs with Elton John and Lennon, Finds God

From jet setting with the rich and famous to ministering to the notorious. Behind the scenes rubbing shoulders and romances with some of the worlds elite. “I was a super-groupie,” says Jozy Pollock, a blonde, middle-aged woman who dresses conservatively, and lets a prominent silver cross dangle from her neck.

“The One Oklahoma City Tornado that I Missed”

“The One Oklahoma City Tornado that I Missed”

On Monday, May 20th, my wife, Debbie, my teenage daughter, Savannah, and I headed toward Edmond, Oklahoma from our home in Gainesville, Texas. The night before we had heard on the news that the conditions were to be prime for birthing tornados; however, these comments are made often during the season of twisters.

Former Dodger found Jesus with help from Waikiki Pastor

Former Dodger found Jesus with help from Waikiki Pastor

Gifted in several sports, John Werhas graduated from USC as an All-American and had the opportunity to play for the L.A. Dodgers or Lakers. He chose baseball, but later — as his athletic career began to wind down — an emptiness inside led him to ponder life’s greatest questions.

Mom Loses Baby in Large Wave, Photographer Captures Rescue

Mom Loses Baby in Large Wave, Photographer Captures Rescue

A skimboarder saved a baby’s life at a Southern California beach after a large wave knocked the child from her mother’s arms and she was in danger of being swept out to sea, according to witnesses.

Groundwire Utilizes Modern Media to Bring Hope to Teens in Crisis

Groundwire Utilizes Modern Media to Bring Hope to Teens in Crisis

In a unique model that interrupts the lives of teens where they live, Groundwire (www.groundwire.net) exists to broadcast hope to every student whether they are struggling and in crisis, or they are simply needing hope, encouragement, and affirmation.

Putting Surplus Food on Empty Tables

Putting Surplus Food on Empty Tables

With world headlines warning of increasing drought and a hunger crisis and almost 15 percent of U.S. households struggling to put food on the table, a religious group in the shadow of the nation’s capital is quietly putting surplus food on empty tables.

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