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Poetry: Immanuel

Down in the valley of ash and bone Zion’s hope was worn with chagrin, Until, on those who sat in darkness, light shone; Jesse’s stump had budded once again! … He was a gifted rabbi for sure And did such miracles none had ever seen, Yet they could see neither king nor savior In this [...]

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A Simple Guide to People Group Lists for World Mission

In previous articles, on this blog, I have made references to several online resources that I have found useful in helping us appreciate better and participate more efficiently in our common task of World Evangelism, whether as committed individuals or a local church, especially by taking today’s unprecedented advantages from technology and globalization. More recently, [...]

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Poetry: The gospel truth

I’m the rugged and hard worn gospel truth; The aged, weather beaten, sun-washed road sign Share this post on:

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ICC aids survivors in Jos as they begin again

More than 500 Christians, mainly women and children were killed in religious riots in villages near Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria earlier this year as I mentioned in an older article. Despite the fact that their homes and churches were demolished and their fields burned, the survivors chose to remain in their villages. Living in makeshift [...]

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London council dismisses Christian for mentioning God in the workplace

Amachree was dismissed from his office as a homelessness prevention officer with Wandsworth Council in the UK,  where he had worked for 18 years prior to his dismissal in January 2009, on the grounds of gross misconduct for suggesting to a client suffering from a terminal illness, that she should not give up hope but [...]

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The imperative of breaking new grounds

Strategizing to take the good news about Christ and his salvation to places where it has never been heard, the most unreached places and peoples of the world, should be a crucial guiding factor in all missionary activity. Even the Apostle, Paul, said that he would rather preach Christ where He hasn’t been named at [...]

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Poetry: Turn on The Light

I could live on like this or I may not And about whether I die, care not Existence is so not my problem – It’s of a different kind; I wish neither to be normal Nor even to be special, What I seek is a valid solution To the question: ‘who am I?’ Share this [...]

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World News Bits: Internet Churches

The concept of Internet churches may be new or unheard of by many believers, I came across it for the first time in a poll by christianet.com. The online opinion poll in which about 600 Christians participated, asked: Are Internet Churches Biblical? The following is an excerpt from the report. Share this post on:

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