CFAN Honors Founder Bonnke

Evangelist Daniel Kolenda and the Christ for All Nation’s (CfaN) team will celebrate Founder’s Day this December 6th. The day honors CfaN’s remarkable founder, Reinhard Bonnke, and his wife of 55 years, Anni. Born in Königsberg, East Prussia, Germany in 1940, Reinhard committed his life to Jesus at the tender age of nine and soon after began telling his family he would one day serve as a missionary in Africa. In 1967, he and his young family answered that call and moved to the mountain kingdom of Lesotho, nestled deep within South Africa. Initially he was frustrated by the slow pace of salvations. But it was there that God began to give Evangelist Bonnke dreams of a map of Africa covered in the blood of Jesus and the voice of God declaring, “Africa shall be saved!”

Group Launches Campaign to Aid Africa’s ‘Forgotten’ War Victims

Aiming to provide vital medical help for hundreds of thousands of traumatized, but courageous and resilient victims of Sudan’s “hidden” war, U.S.-based nonprofit organization African Mission Healthcare (AMH, www.africanmissionhealthcare.org) launched a new campaign today-“Nuba 2020”- (www.Nuba2020.com) to coincide with Giving Tuesday, Dec. 3.

Prison Fellowship Announces Global Capacity Initiative

Prison Fellowship International (PFI)–the largest and most extensive association of Christian ministries working in the criminal justice field–announced the Global Capacity Initiative, a new program to provide capacity building support to underperforming Prison Fellowship ministries.

God’s Adoption Agency

The month of November is recognized as National Adoption Awareness Month. Traditionally observed the Saturday before Thanksgiving the apex, #nationaladoptionday is full of astounding stories of how some of these extraordinary families came to be.

Group Headed to Hong Kong to Stand and Pray with Democracy Movement

Rev. Patrick Mahoney, the Director of the Christian Defense Coalition based in Washington DC, is leading the efforts to support the democracy and freedom protests happening in Hong Kong and will be speaking at local rallies, leading prayer gatherings and meeting with local pro-democracy and Christian leaders.

Group Contributes to Record-Low Abortions in Pennsylvania

In 2017, roughly 30,000 abortions were performed in Pennsylvania-a decrease of 870 abortions from 2016 and the lowest number ever recorded in the state.

Talbot Launches New School of Spirituality

Contemporary Christian music pioneer, best-selling author and Founder / General Minister of the Brothers and Sisters of Charity John Michael Talbot announces his new online “Inner Room School of Spirituality.”

‘Forgotten Christmas’ Says ‘Put Compassion Ahead of Commercialism’

Faith-based missions agency Gospel for Asia (GFA, www.gfa.org) is challenging people to reject the commercialization of Christmas and remember Asia’s 300 million “forgotten” outcasts this festive season.

Campaign Underway Assisting Christian Music Broadcasters

The Presidential Prayer Team, the ministry that produces the daily radio feature Pause to Pray, is assisting with financial recovery efforts for Christian Music Broadcasters (CMB). With the 2019 hurricane-related cancellation of CMB’s signature event, Momentum, CMB has been working to offset financial losses of $561,993. Through God’s blessings and the generous support of a friend of The Presidential Prayer Team, a $20,000 matching funds campaign is underway to benefit CMB. Radio stations, recording artists, media partners, and friends are joining together to offer financial gifts in support of Christian Music Broadcasters. The money raised will be matched and will go directly to CMB.

Dallas Theological Seminary Names New President

On October 25, 2019, the Board of Incorporate Members of Dallas Theological Seminary named current vice president for academic affairs, Dr. Mark M. Yarbrough, as the sixth president in the institution’s 95-year history.

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