What Happened When an Atheist Encountered God’s Love

One Monday after work, my good friend, Teresa, and I took to the streets of Gainesville to share God’s love with whoever we met.

Former NFL Player Releases New Album ‘J-Walk’

Son of mega church pastor Dr. Tony Evans, Jonathan Evans, a mentor, author, speaker, spoken word artist and former NFL fullback is encouraging men of all ages in their spiritual walk with God on his new album J-Walk. The spoken word record is available on all digital platforms worldwide and on JonathanBlakeEvans.com.

Did You Make God Smile Today?

Fritz Richard, author of several Christian books, has launched a Kickstarter project for his book, Make God Smile (www.kickstarter.com/projects/225937295/make-god-smile). The book will be completed over the next two months. It will help Christians discover hundreds of ways to make God smile on their lives. Fritz notes that “There will be stories, cartoons and bible references.”

More than 2,000 Children Hear Good News in Sioux City

On a recent Saturday in Sioux City, Iowa, not even snow could keep more than 2,000 children and their families from enjoying inflatable rides, music, karate demonstrations, snow cones, popcorn, puppets and much more at the Sioux City Convention Center. Child Evangelism Fellowship® (CEF®), the world’s largest children’s ministry, hosted its annual Good News Spectacular for the fifth year in a row from 1 – 3 p.m., drawing folks from Woodbury, Plymouth, Ida, Lyon Sioux, Monona and Sac Counties. The purpose of this free event is to share the love of Jesus Christ and His saving grace with area children and their families.

Student Club Gives Good News for Good Friday

Student members of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) will distribute Bibles, based on Liberty Counsel’s advice, to their Stone County Public High School classmates Thursday before Good Friday.

Alive Ministries Announces Prayer Initiative

Christ followers who believe in the love and redemptive purpose of God can pray with solid hope for Muslims nearby and in far off places. The troubles of our world today can slowly numb the hearts of some Christians against Muslim peoples. But the Bible reminds us “…we are not fighting against flesh-and-blood enemies…” Contending in prayer for Muslim people may be the best thing we can do against the real enemy.

Film ‘All Saints’ Releases Nationwide August 25

AFFIRM Films, a Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) company and Provident Films, revealed key art for ALL SAINTS today, and announced the film will release in theaters nationwide on August 25, 2017. The faith drama stars Emmy® and Golden Globe® nominee John Corbett (MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING, “Northern Exposure”) and SAG award-winner Cara Buono (“Stranger Things,” “Mad Men”).

Jerusalem Prayer Team Hits 20 Million Facebook Fans

JERUSALEM — A new ideological war is being waged by a zionist, Christian organization with astonishing success.

Praying for Revival in France

Beginning next week, from March 26 through April 16, Pray for France (www.PrayforFrance.org), will begin mobilizing Christians from around the world to pray for France in light of the upcoming presidential elections and the current spiritual state of the nation.

Equipping the Church to Reach the Muslim World with the Gospel

Millions of Muslim refugees are coming to America, Canada, Europe, and elsewhere around the globe! Many are having dreams and visions about Jesus and have already left Islam in their hearts. How do Christians get equipped to share the great hope of salvation with them?

Campaign Taps into Millennial Christian Concerns

A new project aims to tap into millennial Christians’ strong social conscience and release a new wave of support for efforts to bring lasting spiritual change to needy parts of the world.

Jesus Film Project Announces 1,500th Translation of ‘JESUS’

Jesus Film Project® announced today during the annual National Religious Broadcasters Convention the completion of its 1,500th language translation of “JESUS,” the most watched film in history according to “The Guinness Book of World Records.” The 1,500th language, Daasanach, belongs to an ethnic group inhabiting parts of Ethiopia, Kenya, and Sudan.

Call for American Churches to Focus More on World’s Unreached

The chorus of urgent voices calling for American Christians to lift their eyes to the horizons and help further world evangelization is ringing more loudly with the addition of new members to a coalition of like-minded ministries.

Studio Announces CGI Movie of the Classic, ‘The Pilgrim’s Progress’

Cat in the Mill Studios, located in Dallas and San Jose, Costa Rica is now in production of the first-ever feature-length CGI adaptation of The Pilgrim’s Progress.

Radical Revival Falls on China Churches

You’re about to hear firsthand testimony of an unprecedented Christian revival happening in parts of China. What is unique about this story is how God is moving among communist-controlled government churches.

Most Christians Believe in the Importance of Spiritual Growth but Not Actively Engaged in Discipleship

The majority of people who claim to be followers of Christ say they want to grow spiritually (77 percent). Yet, a small percent of these adults are involved in some sort of discipleship activity (20 percent)*. There is a disconnect between what Christians say is important to them and what they actually do.

Practical Ideas for How to Help and Not Hurt in Caring for the Poor

In a new Institute for Faith, Work & Economics (IFWE) booklet, Love Your Neighbor: Restoring Dignity, Breaking the Cycle of Poverty, Kathryn Feliciano equips small groups, churches, and students with practical steps and sound biblical and economic principles for more effectively serving the poor.

Feed the Children Offers Free Books for Churches

Through a new partnership with Disney Publishing, Feed the Children has more than 1,000,000 books available to help churches provide brand new books for children and schools in their communities this Christmas.

‘The Case for Christ’ Comes to Life On Film

THE CASE FOR CHRIST, based on Lee Strobel’s best-selling book about his own journey as an award-winning investigative journalist and resolute atheist who sets out to disprove Christianity, comes to life in its big screen debut.

‘I’m Not Ashamed’ Nabs Title of Most Popular New Film in America

I’m Not Ashamed, the inspirational true story of Rachel Scott, the first victim of the Columbine High School shootings, opened on 500 plus screens and quickly became the most popular new film in the country, earning a 93% rating from fans at the popular film website Rottentomatoes.com. The closest competitors in the popularity derby for other newcomers were The Handmaiden and Moonlight both scored by fans at 91%. I’m Not Ashamed opened strong at the box office as well, debuting at #6 in terms of per screen average of newly released films in the top 20.

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