Terrorism Strikes Iran as ISIS Attacks

Earlier today ISIS suicide bombers reportedly attacked Iran's parliament and the mausoleum of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, killing at least 12 and injuring dozens more.  ISIS has released videotape of the attack from within the parliament. You can find more information on major news sites, such as FoxNews, the New York Times, and others. (Not that I …

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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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Is There Hope for Iran and the Middle East?

Hope.  Everyone is looking for it, whether they admit it or not.  But, is it attainable, or is it just an illusive dream?  Yesterday, I shared why I believe there is great hope for America (though Christians must respond)! Today, after reading up on headlines and other blogs that I follow, the question tugging at …

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Islam: A Religion of Peace or Violence?

Welcome back friends!  Are you ready to launch into deeper water today?  Let’s go! Yesterday we took a brief look at the history and theology of Islam.  Today, let’s get back to this week’s big question: “Is Islam a religion of peace?” Where do you go when you want to learn the true meaning of …

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