While routinely rounding up vagrant pigeons in the attic of his church in Kansas City, Missouri, Minister John F. Drew III stepped on a bad spot and his life would be changed forever. He fell 40 feet and landed in a small cubby hole at the foot of the baby grand piano. Even with the extent of his injuries, several broken bones, vertebrae, ribs and a fractured hip, local paramedic A.L. Baker stated “It was nothing short of a miracle that he survived a fall from that great of distance.”
Imagine what it would be like if your decision to follow Jesus made you an outcast from your family and even a target for death. That’s what happened to a man named Abdu. But the power of love broke down the barriers and brought him and his family back together.
Excitement and respect swept across the Vines Center at Liberty University Friday as the lively, passionate, renowned Bible teacher and founder of Precept Ministries, Kay Arthur, took the stage in Convocation.
We are living in times that can cause both great fear and great opportunity. These are seasons where the faithful and wise people of God can flourish.
Cloud Ten Pictures (LEFT BEHIND series) is pleased to announce the release of BETWEEN HEAVEN & GROUND ZERO. This Documentary is an inspiring true story of Leslie Haskin’s escape from Tower 1 during the World Trade Center attacks on September 11th, 2001, as well as her personal struggles with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and the return to her faith that led to her recovery.
UGANDA — Pastor Emmanuel and I were recently on our way back to Uganda. While driving along, I saw a large mosque where Muslims were worshiping. I asked if we could stop to take some pictures. We got out of the car and started up the steps. At the top there was a man laid out praying, so we took off our shoes to show respect.
As Doris Tucker scrunched down to the ground, chaos all around her, one thought was on her mind. When will the bullets stop flying?
The Mt. Carmel Church of God in Foxworth, Mississippi technically began in the 1920’s when five people from Cheraw got together and began to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ to the area in Pickwick. It was officially organized as a Church of God in 1949 by Reverend Paris L. McLain with 22 chartered members.