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We Believe in God
The US has long ranked high among the world’s nations in its level of religious belief. But the Pew Research Center examined just what 80 percent ...
Prayer Is Like Demolition Mining
The 20th century Norwegian pastor [Ole] Hallesby likens prayer to mining as he knew it in Norway. Demolition to create mine shafts took two basic kinds ...
Woman's Persistence Results in Calls from the Governor
I was surprised to read a Facebook posting from a friend in South Dakota named Diane. She wrote, "Had a nice surprise last night. At about 10:30 p.m. ...
Thomas Merton on the Uselessness of Planning Our Own Answers to Prayer
What is the use of praying if at the very moment of prayer, we have so little confidence in God that we are busy planning our own kind of answer to our ...
Partially-paralyzed Man Offers Modern-day Lament
On June 22, 2007, a hit-and-run incident left Daniel McConchie paralyzed from the waist down. Daniel says that since that traumatic day, "God has ...
Prayer: Where Two Struggles Meet
If prayer stands as the place where God and human beings meet, then I must learn about prayer. Most of my struggles in the Christian life circle around ...
God Answers Prayer and Prevents Transportation Strike
Perhaps the cool, crisp air in Huancayo, Peru, should have signaled to our mission team that God was about to do something truly special.
The local Peruvians ...
Statistics on Worship Services and Prayers
Americans who in 1983 said they attend religious services weekly: 32 percent
Americans who said this in 2006: 26 percent
Americans who in 1983 said they ...
God Supernaturally Provides for Couple's Ministry
Years ago, Dave Phillips and his wife, Lynn, had a talk about the callings they felt God was stirring in them. As they discussed what they were most passionate ...
Petitions That Honor Our King
Travel back 200 years in Christian history to John Newton, the slave-trader-turned-pastor and hymn writer. He would receive almost unbelievable answers ...