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Man Without Legs Climbs Chinese Wall

Man Without Legs Climbs Chinese Wall

Unbelievable! Man With No Legs Climbs the Great Wall of China to Inspire Others. Next time you think you can’t do something, think of this guy. He lost his legs in a train accident, then his wife left him and had no job…  But he set out to do the seemingly impossible and inspire millions in […]

Church Letting Christ Shine in Light of Disaster

Church Letting Christ Shine in Light of Disaster

By MNN, Dec. 5, 2012: India ― At the same time Hurricane Sandy struck the U.S., Cyclone Nilam was destroying livelihoods in coastal India. Flash floods washed away crops, homes, livestock, and people. “How many of us have experienced losing everything?” asks Brent Hample with India Partners. More than 1,300 families in a single village need help, reports one pastor […]

Philippines: Typhoon Death Toll Climbs to 300

Philippines: Typhoon Death Toll Climbs to 300

By Simone Orendain, VOA News, Dec. 5, 2012: MANILA — The southern half of the Philippines is reeling from a major typhoon that has so far left more than 230 people dead. The state weather bureau says Typhoon Bopha is on a northwest path from the country’s western-most island province of Palawan.Officials say they are now focused […]

Proclaim Liberty to the Captives

Proclaim Liberty to the Captives

Watch Clayton Butler of Agape Int’l Missions as he talks about our calling as Christians “to heal the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind” (Luke 4:18 NKJV). Clayton and his team helped transform a whole community by building the two Rahab’s House Community Centers in the heart of Cambodia’s […]

UK Churches Against US Drone Attacks

UK Churches Against US Drone Attacks

Churches in the UK lashing out at the US Government’s use of drone attacks against suspected terrorists, thousands of people have been killed in Pakistan during such CIA-operated drone strikes. By ‘Christian Today Australia’, October 8, 2012: The Methodist Church, the United Reformed Church and the Baptist Union of Great Britain are concerned by the humanitarian and […]

Floods in India: Nearly 1.5m People Expelled From Their Homes

Floods in India: Nearly 1.5m People Expelled From Their Homes

By thenews.com.pk, September 25, 2012 Assam State, India: Because of massive flooding nearly 1.5 million people have been expelled from their homes in the north-eastern India, where authorities have declared a health alert, officials said on Monday. “Eighteen of 27 districts of Assam have been hit by floods with 1.4 million displaced and 11 people drowned […]

World Council of Churches’ Plea for Pakistan to Review Blasphemy Laws

World Council of Churches’ Plea for Pakistan to Review Blasphemy Laws

At a hearing of the World Council of Churches (WCC) on the random application of Pakistan’s blasphemy laws the council formulated a plea to the Pakistani government to “take realistic and solid steps to stop abuse of the blasphemy law that are causing massive human rights violations.” The World Council of Churches is a worldwide fellowship […]