“I Got Touched by God and it Changed Everything!”

Can you imagine being so severely abused that dying sounds better than living? That was the case for Isik, a Muslim woman who grew up in radical Islam in Turkey, longing to become a suicide bomber in order to secure her place in paradise. That precious soul was saved, and Isik has become a major …

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A Look Back at Shavuot (Pentecost)

Shavuot (Pentecost) is one of the seven major Biblical feasts commemorated by Jews since their days of enslavement in Egypt. It actually commenced at sundown last Saturday (June 8), but rather than interrupt our series on the Six Day War, I chose to delay this post. We have discussed the Biblical roots, yet differences, of …

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The Six Day War: Navigating the Road to Peace

We are wrapping up our series commemorating Israel's Six Day War, one of the most critical victories in Israel's miraculous war history. We have recounted the 6 days, plus the aftermath, and are now finishing off our series by looking at the long, difficult road to peace. (Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4, …

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Days of Prayer: For Zion’s Sake and Franklin Graham’s Call to Prayer

Hey gang, do you feel the increase in birth pangs (Matthew 24:8)? Do you sense the whole earth groaning (Romans 8:22)? As Christians, what should our response be? The battle raging is not one of flesh and blood, but of spiritual forces of darkness (Ephesians 6:12), and the only way to fight that battle is …

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