World Cup Outreach Scores Big

Hundreds of churches in Russia are preparing to end an innovative World Cup 2018 outreach on a high note this week, despite opposition from authorities.

New ‘Christian Internet’ will ‘Share the Gospel Without Censorship’

The “Christian Internet” is being built to help Christians and pastors “share the Gospel without censorship.” It is “one of the greatest works of God being done today and opens doors for teaching the Word of God and evangelism,” said Steven Andrew. He is the Christian Silicon Valley technology leader in charge of the effort.

‘The Road to Edmond’ Launches National Tour

8TRACKstudios announced the launch of a national tour to promote its newest film, The Road to Edmond, with screenings across the country.

Mystery Businessman Who Gave Famous Atheist a Bible Discovered

In 2009, well-known magician and outspoken atheist Penn Jillette made a YouTube clip about a businessman who gave him a Bible, praising the man’s evangelistic effort. It was so remarkable that several prominent ministries such as Focus on the Family and Answers in Genesis wrote about it. According to the Baptist Press, on the clip the famous atheist spoke about a man who approached him after a performance:

Prayer Focus Marks 25 Years of ‘Widening Hearts’ Toward Muslims

A global prayer movement credited with playing a major part in impacting the Muslim world is marking a quarter century of activity with what is expected to be record participation.

Growing Global Water Crisis Demands ‘Christ-Like Response

Best known for its work helping the underprivileged in poverty-stricken parts of the world, GFA (Gospel for Asia, is spotlighting a universal crisis that unites all nations: the need for good clean water.

Milli Vanilli has Returned but in the Form of Church Worship

For those who are too young Milli Vanilli might not ring a bell but if you were to read up on them you will find an artist that made world news for being fake. Milli Vanilli never sang their songs. So the phrase Milli Vanilli was coined.

Winter Olympics Athletes Took Home Free Bibles Through Distribution Partnership

Only a select group of athletes returned from the Winter Olympics with a medal, but many went back with a personal “lamp”–a free, special-edition Bible produced for the event.

Campaign to Champion Needs of World’s 2 Billion Unreached People Gets Major Boost

Nashville, TN–A movement to accelerate missions efforts among peoples who have yet to hear about Jesus continues to gain momentum, with two new additions to the International Day for the Unreached organizing group.

Radio Program Tackles Challenge of Biblical Literacy

Radio programmers at “Proclaim 18,” The National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) International Christian Media Convention in Nashville, Feb. 27-Mar.2, are being introduced to a new program that tackles the “Acts 8 problem”—people who don’t understand the Bible.

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