Miracles in Nepal
Incredible damage after the earthquake
By Kathleen Hendricks, Special to the ASSIST News Service
NEPAL (ANS – May 1, 2015) — On Saturday April 25 at about 12:00 noon, a massive earthquake devastated the tiny nation of Nepal. There wasn’t any part of the country and region that did not feel the... [Read more]
S. Korea Church’s 7-Day Services: Sundays Not Enough
For one church in South Korea, meeting only once a week on Sundays is hardly enough. Myungsung Church in Seoul gathers for early morning prayer every day, and it’s been doing it for 35 years.
In the early morning in Seoul, thousands of people stream out of the downtown church passing the thousands of... [Read more]
Casualty of same-sex parenting struggled to find a father’s love
By Michael Ashcraft and Mark Ellis
Raised by two lesbian mothers, Meg* was an ardent feminist, gay rights and pro-choice activist who fully embraced moral relativism.
Seeing Christians who carried signs that proclaimed “God hates sinners” and “AIDS cures homosexuality” at gay pride parades, Meg seethed... [Read more]
10 years…a reflection By Miranda Pettit
These last 10 years have been some of the most amazing years of my life, filled with seasons of difficulty and prosperity, but tremendous blessing.
God is more interested in equipping us for the journey than He is in removing our struggles. He wants our obedience, dependence, and devotion; ultimately, He wants... [Read more]
Ebola Patients Recovered and Released!
ATLANTA (AP) — After nearly three weeks of treatment, the two American aid workers who were infected with the deadly Ebola virus in Africa have been discharged from an Atlanta hospital, officials said Thursday.
Their release poses no public health risk, Dr. Bruce Ribner of Emory University Hospital stressed.... [Read more]
Inside of the Gaza Struggle by Perry Stone Jr.
During my 29 years of traveling to the Holy Land in 34 trips, I have never been in or near the Gaza strip. Gaza in Biblical history, was the land of the ancient Philistines, a large tribal group that included the coastal areas of Israel from the border of the desert with Egypt, and along the Mediterranean coasts.... [Read more]
Soldiers Aid Initiative Offers Hope During Holidays
Many men and women in uniform serving as reservists or going through deployment transition often face alarming hardships of which the general public is unaware.
BriefingWire.com, 12/19/2013 – Soldiers Bible Ministry (SBM) announces its first “Soldiers Aid Initiative” just a few days before Christmas.... [Read more]
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