Mission Brings Jesus Closer to North Africa

The Spanish Bible Society takes advantage of the summer to distribute the New Testament through various Spanish sea ports such as Melilla, Tarifa and Algeciras which thousands of travelers use to go to and from Europe.

Egypt Legalizes 127 Churches

Egypt approved on July 1, 2019 the legalization of 127 churches and church-affiliated service buildings in the country, making the total number of registered places of worship to 1,021 since the implementation of a new law in 2016.

Pakistani Official Downplays Christian Persecution

A Pakistani official dismissed reports of Christian persecution, comparing them to knife crimes in the UK. Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said accusations of Christians being treated harshly in Pakistan are nothing more but exaggerations.

UK Govt Urged to Prioritize the Protection of Christians

A report calls for the UK government to implement stringent policies to protect Christians all over the world.

Shaking Things Up In California: Spiritual Lessons Earthquakes Teach Us

Southern California was hit with a seismic one-two combo, first on the 4th of July, and then a larger one the day after. I live 80 miles south of Ridgecrest,...

Lost Lincoln Bible Surfaces, Offers Clues to His Faith

An Abraham Lincoln Bible, which experts didn't know about, resurfaced, 150 years after the president's assassination. Lincoln was vague on the subject of religion and this Bible gives new clues about his faith.

One fifth of Dutch Churches No Longer Used in Worship

One in five church buildings in The Netherlands are no longer used for worship. Dutch newspaper Trouw found that several churches are now converted for secular use.

Half of Christians See Effects of Slavery in Modern America

Half of practicing Christians in the US believe that the history of slavery still has lingering effects in the country. According to the recent Barna survey, 50% of respondents said they "mostly or totally" see the negative impact of slavery during the 18th and 19th centuries on black Americans today.

My Amazing Journey of Autism

When I was in kindergarten I was diagnosed with autism. My development began normally until eighteen months when I began to regress, losing the ability to communicate words

For God and Country

As we near the fourth of July, it is inspiring and exciting to see the American flag flying proudly all over our nation. It is a reminder of the...

Business

Christians, Work, and Bad Behavior

As a 34-year employee of the Federal government, including 20 years as a manager, I saw all kinds of behavior: professional, unprofessional, and downright...

Questions To Ask Before Taking Social Security

Social Security can be an important part of your retirement income. So, before you start making decisions about your payments, you’ll want to know...

Financial Tips For Single Women

What are your financial goals? Men and women face the same economic stress factors of modern life, but women still face specific obstacles.

Education

Memoir Stars: High School Students Interview Senior Citizens

Too often we don’t learn about our brothers and sisters in Christ until their funeral or memorial service.