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Former Hands On student leads anti-trafficking organization in Italy

At age 15, Cristhina Danies knew God was calling her to work with women and children overseas who were victims of wars, human trafficking and exploitation. Danies moved to Miami, Florida, … more

Yahweh Ropheka -- The Lord Who Heals

Ask Yahweh Ropheka to increase your faith in his healing power. Then put that faith to work by praying for others, asking God to heal souls as well as bodies more

Pro-Life Organizations Receive $85,000 in Grants at National Prayer Luncheon for Life

At the sixth annual National Prayer Luncheon for Life, three pro-life organizations were granted a cumulative sum of $85,000. more

Caitlyn Jenner Endorses Bans on Boys in Girls' Sports: It 'Is a Question of Fairness'

Transgender activist Caitlyn Jenner recently spoke out in support of laws banning biological boys from competing in girls' sports. more

Former Reality Star, Josh Duggar, Arrested and Charged with Possession of Child Pornography, Pleads Not Guilty

Joshua Duggar, the eldest child in the large Christian family made famous by TLC's former reality show 19 Kids and Counting, has been charged with receiving and possessing child pornography. more

Ask the Experts: Using Rooted Curriculum in Your Groups

Brandon Beard is the Executive Pastor of Campus Ministry at Compass Christian Church more

Tuesday, May 4, 2021

DOCUMENTATION AND ADDITIONAL READING PART 1 (0:0 - 14:24): ────────────────── “Male and Female Created He Them” — Another Important … more

Fighting Our Rescue Swimmer

Many people will never grab hold of God's outstretched hand. No matter how deep the waters become around them, they will refuse to be saved. They may refuse this because of fear, pride, or … more

Our Help in Times of Trouble (Psalm 121:2) - Your Daily Bible Verse - May 4

When trouble comes, what is our first reaction? Do we turn to God first, seeking His help? more

Day 29: God’s Sovereign Control Over Nigerian Chaos

Nigerian churches are reporting growing numbers of believers and baptisms, as well as Christians coming out of prosperity gospel congregations. more

Learn from Tech Startups for Ministry Fundraising

Six lessons I’ve learned from tech startups that could be useful to ministry leaders in their fundraising efforts. more

Bullies and Saints in Christian History

Collin Hansen and John Dickson discuss the church’s successes, failures, and a path toward healing. more

Are We Supposed to Carry Each Other’s Burdens?

Are We Supposed to Carry Each Other’s Burdens? more

The 5 Movements in Isaiah

Intimidated by Isaiah? It can be best understood by noticing five movements in the book. more

[Free Course] Explore the Overarching Story of the Bible with N. T. Wright

Sometimes the story of the Bible can seem confusing, a mystery that’s hard to solve. The various poems, prophetic texts, Gospels, and letters can appear disconnected and maybe even antiquated. … more

6 Reasons to Get a Logos Package before June 15

If you’ve never owned a Logos Bible Software package before—or you have but are looking for a higher Logos or a more denominationally focused package—now’s the time to make your move. … more

What would Cardinal Meyer say?

Unfortunately forgotten in most U.S. Catholic circles today, Cardinal Albert Gregory Meyer, archbishop of Milwaukee from 1953 to 1958 and archbishop of Chicago from 1958 to 1965, was one of the … more

Contagious faith in a Church that saves...

Deeply committed Catholics have been very concerned about the Church’s response to Covid. Most of us have at least a vague suspicion that something is very wrong when the Church shuts down her … more

Vatican criticized for large investment in company that made ‘morning after pill’...

The Holy See invested funds in a pharmaceutical company which produces an emergency contraceptive “morning after pill,” an Italian news outlet reported, but sold its shares in the company when … more

8 things to know and share about St. Catherine of Siena...

In 2010, Pope Benedict gave an audience in which he discussed the basic facts of her life: Born in Siena, Italy, in 1347, into a very large family, she died in Rome in 1380. When Catherine was 16 … more
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