Playing with fire: Our mishandling of sex may send society backwards
The discovery of fire, and more importantly learning to manage fire, was the moment when civilisation took a leap forward. The discovery of sex for its own sake and the mishandling of sex, may send our culture toppling backwards. Fire and sex share much in common.......More
SA pastors urged to rally support for return of ambassador to Israel
A call has gone out to pastors in South Africa to help mobilise Christians to sign a petition opposing the recent downgrading of SA’s diplomatic relations with Israel. “We believe that because pastors have access to Christians — who apparently make up about 80% of the population — they can help to raise a united Christian voice against the ruling party......More
'God Is Moving,' Sadie Robertson Says after Visiting College Campuses on Tour
This past week, author and Live Original founder, Sadie Robertson, shared an encouraging note about the faith of college students on Instagram after visiting a few college campuses. In her post to Instagram, Robertson shared with her 3 million followers some uplifting news: there is a stirring of the holy spirit on college campuses.....More
King of Jordan makes personal donation towards restoration of Holy Sepulchre
His Holiness Patriarch Theophilos III of Jerusalem has expressed gratitude to His Majesty King Abdullah II ibn Al-Hussein on behalf of himself, the members of the Holy Synod, the Brotherhood of the Holy Sepulchre, and the clergy and members of the Orthodox Church of Jerusalem for his continuing care for the holy sites of Jerusalem, ......More
China update: Even landlords targeted in regional crackdown on unofficial churches,
Unofficial Protestant churches continue to suffer in a crackdown in the port city Guangzhou, China where anyone found providing venues for an “illegal religious event” faces hefty fines of between 20,000 and 200,000 yuan (£2,280; $3,000; €2,660 - £22,845; $30,000; €26,640). In a pilot scheme authorities are operating in the city
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Muslim Leader Foils Deadly Terrorist Attack Against Christian Church in Egypt: 'We Have to Take Care of Each Other'
In an incredible act of compassion and unity, a Muslim leader foiled a deadly terrorist attack against a Christian church -- and called on Christians and Muslims to "stand by each other's side and take care of each other." According to AsiaNews, the incident took place at the end of the celebrations for Coptic Orthodox Christmas at the Church of the Virgin Mary and Abu Seifin in Ezbat al-Haganah, Nasr City, an eastern suburb of the Egyptian capital.