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‘Hope for Hurting Hearts’ Film’s First Public Release

‘Hope for Hurting Hearts’ Film’s First Public Release

A special pre-release screening of a new film resulted in nearly 30 people making public professions of faith. “Hope for Hurting Hearts” details the tragic events and circumstances experienced by Greg and Cathe Laurie, Jeremy Camp, and Nick Vujicic, and the subsequent emotional pain and testing of faith experienced by each.

Christian Minister in Serbia miraculously freed after prayer

Christian Minister in Serbia miraculously freed after prayer

“I was sleeping on my bed in the cell, when they woke me up. ‘Sasko, you’re going home.’” Sasko Bogeski had just told the Lord, “I give up. There is nothing I can do.” And then he went to sleep in his cell. And God answered his prayers, and the prayers of thousands around the world.

The Salt of the Earth

The Salt of the Earth

As Christians, we strive to be agents of change in the lives of others, and ultimately in society. That can mean making waves or going against the flow. Not everything you do and value will be in harmony with the status quo.

Samaritan’s Purse’s Call to Model the Early Church and bring Hope to the World’s Poorest

Samaritan’s Purse’s Call to Model the Early Church and bring Hope to the World’s Poorest

Samaritan’s Purse is calling on churches across the UK to model the early church, as described in the books of Acts, who held everything in common and who pooled their resources to reap hope for some of the world’s neediest families this Harvest time.

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.

Indonesian Evangelistic Campaign ‘Leading the Way’

Indonesian Evangelistic Campaign ‘Leading the Way’

Dr. Michael Youssef and his son Jonathan both ministered God’s love and compassion on the second day of the Leading The Way to Revival in Indonesia gatherings in the world’s largest Muslim nation.

Mission inspired two Sisters to Build their Future

Mission inspired two Sisters to Build their Future

Neha slowly pulled the little rickshaw down the street as Prema walked behind her, tossing in the garbage she collected. While most girls their age spent their free time playing and hanging out with friends, these sisters were working hard to help provide for their family of nine. But they were just two young girls not more than 10 years old. What difference could they make?

Proclaiming the Good News via Satellite

Proclaiming the Good News via Satellite

There might not be many Bibles in the Middle East, but one Christian organization is making the most of what they have in abundance: satellite dishes. Take Iran, for example, where satellite dishes are officially banned yet thousands of them still dot the rooftops.

Evangelism in Cuba helped by No-Interest Loans

Evangelism in Cuba helped by No-Interest Loans

In 2010 Cuba relaxed restrictions allowing private individuals to open small businesses and farms. Since then, more than 200,000 small businesses have opened. Today, there are 370,000 entrepreneurs and their employees. Farms International has been involved in that process, says Joe Richter.