Mission Mexico: Random Acts of Kindness

Lloyd and Joyce Heiney are short-term missionaries serving in Mexico. Like many missionaries, they have sentimental experiences that help reinforce their love for those to whom they minister and that leave an indelible mark upon their hearts.

New South Korean President & Delegation to Discuss Churches’ Role in Peace Initiatives

GENEVE – On 30 May 2017 a delegation led by WCC general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit met with the President of the Republic of Korea, Moon Jae-in, who took office on 10 May 2017.

Group Asks Supreme Court to Defend Religious Freedom

When it comes to American Christians whose religious liberty may be infringed upon, the U.S. Constitution, First Amendment and civil rights laws clearly define what constitutes religious persecution.

South Africa School of Ministry Establishes Next-Level Training

“Go and serve knowing that you do not go alone” (Henry B. Eyring).

Chris Blue Praises ‘The Goodness of My Jesus’ After ‘Voice’ Win

Worship leader Chris Blue took home The Voice crown and had his rendition of a powerful praise song debut on the top gospel charts all in the span of a few days.

Terror Victim Ezra Schultz’s Mother Confronts the United Nations

The mother of Ezra Schwartz, an 18-year-old Massachusetts native killed in a Palestinian terror attack in 2015 during his gap year in Israel, spoke out at the United Nations Thursday against the Palestinian Authority’s payments to terrorists and their families.

A Special Message from the Desk of the General Overseer, Dr. Tim Hill

Dr. Tim Hill, General Overseer of the Church of God, has released a special message concerning the Tithe of Tithes.

‘Huckabee’ Coming to TBN Fall 2017

LOS ANGELES – Former Arkansas Governor, presidential candidate, and longtime popular political commentator Mike Huckabee has teamed up with global faith-and-family television leader Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) for a new weekly news and talk show premiering this fall exclusively on TBN.

26 Christians Murdered in Roadside Attack in Egypt

Gunmen attacked buses and a truck taking a group of Coptic Christians to a monastery in southern Egypt on Friday, killing 26 people and wounding 25 others, witnesses and the Health Ministry said.

South Africa School of Ministry Establishes Next-Level Training

“Go and serve knowing that you do not go alone” (Henry B. Eyring).

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