Immersed: A walk through Hong Kong’s protests (video)

Category: News
Hong Kong Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests – now in their fifth month – have captured headlines for mass marches and, increasingly, violent clashes with police. Police have fired tear gas and rubber bullets at unarmed protesters, and shot two teenagers with live ammunition. Some protesters

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2019 Dove Award Winners

Category: Heard On 20, Music
Here is the complete list of 2019 GMA Dove Award Winners Artist of the Year Lauren Daigle; (label) Centricity Bluegrass / Country / Roots Album of the Year Deeper Roots: Where the Bluegrass Grows Steven Curtis Chapman; (producers) Brent Milligan, Steven Curtis Chapman Bluegrass / Country /

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New Tauren Wells Album

Category: Heard On 20, Music
Tauren Wells has a new album called “Citizens of Heaven” available for pre-order! It’s the highly anticipated new album featuring his newest song, “Miracle”. Click the paid link below to pre-order it on Amazon so you’ll get it when it releases on January 24,

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Israel’s vocation in Romans 2-3

Category: ALL, Interviews, Outreach
N.T. Wright contends that “Israel should have been – had been called to be – the divine answer to the world’s problem; and that, instead, Israel is itself fatally compromised with the very same problem.”[1] Wright bases this on Paul’s words that Israel as whole was “entrusted with the oracles

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A Servant’s Heart

Category: comfort, Daily Devotions, God's love
“Now Simon’s mother-in-law lay ill with a fever, and immediately they told him about her. And he came and took her by the hand and lifted her up, and the fever left her, and she began to serve them.” Mark 1:30-31 An elderly Christian I once knew had multiple health problems, the worst being his

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Serve One Another

Category: comfort, Daily Devotions, God's love
Jesus “set aside the privileges of deity and took on the status of a slave, became human! Having become human, he stayed human. It was an incredibly humbling process. He didn’t claim special privileges. Instead, he lived a selfless, obedient life and then died a selfless, obedient death, and

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Claiming Forgiveness

Category: comfort, Daily Devotions, God's love
“But, dearly loved friends, if our consciences are clear, we can come to the Lord with perfect assurance and trust, and get whatever we ask for because we are obeying Him and doing the things that please Him” 1 John 3:21,22. What a marvelous promise – unfortunately, a promise which few

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The Father is Waiting

Category: comfort, Daily Devotions, God's love
“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest” (relief) Matthew 11:28 “I’ll come back to God when I’ve got my act together,” said one young girl. “Right now I’m too messed up.” But why wait? The Father is waiting for you to come back. Jesus told a […]

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A radical choice for equality in Tunisia

Category: News
Tunisia, the North African nation that ignited the 2011 Arab Spring, keeps sparking new lessons for Arab and Muslim countries in the basics of democracy. Last Sunday’s election of a new president was no exception. The surprise victor, law professor Kais Saied, won in large part because

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A La Carte (October 16)

Category: Family, Featured, General, Outreach
I was able to dig up just a few new Kindle deals for today. Here’s a fun little exchange to start the day today. A couple of days ago, The Babylon Bee wrote an article titled “Keith And Kristyn Getty Struggling To Come Up With Word That Rhymes With ‘Substitutionary Atonement.’” They took

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Unresolved Anger

Category: comfort, Daily Devotions, God's love
“But God said to Jonah, ‘Is it right for you to be angry about the plant?’ ‘It is,’ he said. ‘And I’m so angry I wish I were dead.’” Jonah 4:9 Anger is a silent killer. Not only can it fester in our hearts and cause our blood pressure to rise — it also discolours […]

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Dealing With Anger

Category: comfort, Daily Devotions, God's love
Read: Colossians 3:8-17 Christians are called to put aside “anger, wrath, malice, slander, and abusive speech” (Colossians  3:8). The command is clear, but the process of achieving and maintaining this goal may seem confusing and overwhelming. The first step is to recognize anger in our

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