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Missions is a Team Sport
Gregory and Heidi Whitaker, missionaries to Cambodia, tell about the spiritual journey of a man named Yang:
Yang’s son, Mabt, belongs to the Bunong ...
A Youth Group Witnesses a Spiritual Harvest in Afghanistan
In his most recent book What Good Is God?, Philip Yancey writes:
This is a true story from Afghanistan that took place in the early 1970s, before the Russian ...
John Ortberg Learns Valuable Lessons from Vineyard
A little while ago, my wife kidnapped me and took me to Napa Valley for a romantic, overnight getaway for just the two of us. I had never been to Napa ...
The Human Longing for a Meaningful Harvest
As tedious and tiresome as it can be, there's something soothing about the sound and smell of leaves as you rake, and something satisfying about seeing ...
Prisoner Escapes for the Fourth Time
On Sunday, October 28, Belgian felon Nordin Ben Allal escaped from prison for the fourth time.
The prisoner's most recent jailbreak is by far the most ...
Mike Bechtle on Spam Evangelism
In an interview with World magazine, author and speaker Mike Bechtle questioned the church's use of what he would call spam evangelism. He believes that ...
Shoppers Ignore Dying Woman
The last thing LaShanda Calloway saw before she died was people literally stepping over her to continue shopping as if nothing had happened. Calloway ...
Girl Donates Tooth to Raise Money
Churches and individuals have come up with creative ways to raise money. Potlucks, plant sales, walk-a-thons, concertsthe list goes on and on. But ...
Why "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" Worked
[Eighteenth century pastor and theologian Jonathan Edwards'] most famous composition, "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" (1741)…is ...
Every Generation Is Strategic
Every generation is strategic. We are not responsible for the past generation, and we cannot bear full responsibility for the next one; but we do have ...