Muslims Converting to Christianity in Kobani Syria

Celebrating Jesus' resurrection never gets old, and while we continue to enjoy the season, let's rejoice in what the Lord is doing in isolated places in the midst of chaos in Syria. Kobani, a war-torn city in northern Syria, has become a bit of a safe haven for new converts from Islam to Christianity. Once …

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“Saturday People, Sunday People”: A Look at the Islamic Agenda

Lela Gilbert went to Israel for a visit...and stayed for 6 years.  Her fascination with the land and with the Judeo-Christian-Islamic conflict led to her recently released book, Saturday People, Sunday People. The premise is one I wrote about in 2015 (When Saturday is Gone, One will find Sunday), and it goes like this: the …

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What Does it Take to Bring About One World Religion?

Thanks for taking a seat at the virtual study table!  I'm glad you're here.  We have just entered week 4 of Why Israel Matters, and we're talking about "Beyond the Horizon"...what happens next, once believers are taken out of this world via the rapture.  We have established the fact that Revelation 17-18 describe "Mystery Babylon," …

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Umar Mulinde: From Muslim to Christian…and Persecuted

Welcome back friends!  I continue to share precious nuggets from my recent attendance at the ICEJ Summer Conference near Nashville TN.  The ICEJ (International Christian Embassy Jerusalem) is headquartered in Jerusalem, but has branches in about 100 different countries.  The US branch hosted their annual conference, where we were treated to incredible ministry updates, fantastic …

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