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God’s Love — Big Enough to Draw a Homosexual ‘Home’ God’s Love — Big Enough to Draw a Homosexual ‘Home’ When I was in the sixth grade, in a Christian school, one of the boys called me a fag.  I was standing with some girls, and he was standing with some boys, and the boys laughed and looked at me like I was not one of them.
The Story of Plumb Line MinistryThe Story of Plumb Line MinistryDo you believe that every word in the Bible is true? I do. Not that I walk in that truth every day; no way. Recently, for instance, someone said to me, “You’re not perfect.” Boy, do I agree with that. None of us are perfect.  But, I’m closer than I was yesterday.
Denzel Washington Tells "GQ" He Reads Bible Daily, Had Powerful Encounter with Holy SpiritDenzel Washington Tells "GQ" He Reads Bible Daily, Had Powerful Encounter with Holy Spirit“I read from the Bible every day, and I read my Daily Word,” he told GQ’s Michael Hainey. The devout Christian and son of a Pentecostal minister also talked about his father’s influence in his life. Washington said it was not difficult to be a preacher’s son.
Former Atheist Fashion Model Finds God in IsraelFormer Atheist Fashion Model Finds God in IsraelDaniel Rozen was born in Israel, but in his youth he had no interest in God. “Both my mother and father's family were killed in the holocaust,” Rozen says. “My grandfather was a Rabbi whom I never saw, and was taken by the Nazis never to be seen again.
Dead for 28 minutes, She Caught a Beautiful Glimpse of HeavenDead for 28 minutes, She Caught a Beautiful Glimpse of HeavenDoctors inexplicably missed a burst appendix, which led to her untimely death in a hospital bed at age 27. But she shocked her doctors and nurses when she abruptly sat up and began to tell stories about a visit to heaven.
North Korean Underground Churches will Pray for the American Church on SundayNorth Korean Underground Churches will Pray for the American Church on SundayAs Christians living in America, we can often feel sorry for believers in other countries who are not as ‘well off’ as we are in the West. Millions of Christians around the world will unite in prayer for the persecuted church this Sunday. But the founder of one organization that partners with the North Korean underground church says that it's the American church, not the North Korean church, for which North Korean Christians pray with concern.
The Second ThanksgivingThe Second ThanksgivingPlymouth Plantation, the first Pilgrim settlement in America, was founded in 1620. After surviving a brutal winter and reaping a successful harvest they celebrated a feast of thanksgiving in the autumn of 1621.  It was  this thanksgiving feast that forms the historical basis for our national observance of “Thanksgiving Day.” But few historians or Christians are familiar with the subsequent trials experienced by the Pilgrims which culminated in the summer of 1623.
How a Bible Verse Written in Lipstick and a Trip to the Sistine Chapel Brought Spiritual AwakeningHow a Bible Verse Written in Lipstick and a Trip to the Sistine Chapel Brought Spiritual AwakeningIf you were to have asked me, I would have called myself a Christian. But it was more for the 'morally upright' social connotation I felt came with it. I made absolutely none of my life choices based off of what I thought God was wanting me to do.
Evangelicals Arrested in Mexico, Pressured to Renounce Their FaithEvangelicals Arrested in Mexico, Pressured to Renounce Their FaithMore than 50 evangelicals were arrested in mid-December in a community north of Mexico City, held without food, water, or sanitation, and pressured to renounce their “new” religion.
Karen Dunham: She Ran from the Mafia into the Loving Arms of JesusKaren Dunham: She Ran from the Mafia into the Loving Arms of JesusShe had a turbulent youth that involved abuse, illicit drugs, foster homes, abortions and eventually prison. After her incarceration, she managed to turn her life around, until she stumbled into a corruption scandal that nearly took her life.
Vincent van Gogh’s Unappreciated Journey with ChristVincent van Gogh’s Unappreciated Journey with ChristA record 1.2 million visitors came to the giant retrospective of Van Gogh’s work in Amsterdam in 1990, which coincided with the 100th anniversary of the Dutch post-Impressionist’s death. What visitors did not see at that major exhibition were van Gogh’s Christian-themed paintings, which were left in the basement of the museum.
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