American Heritage Girls Takes Parenting Tips to the Radio

American Heritage Girls, Inc. (AHG) is launching its new one-minute daily radio feature: Raising Godly Girls (RGG) this month. RGG is the ministry’s multimedia Christian parenting resource platform. It’s designed to offer advice to parents through a biblical lens from AHG’s savvy CEO and mother of four, Patti Garibay. The one-minute daily radio feature will make its Amb-OS debut for radio stations on Sept. 30, 2019.

ORU Dedicates Its First New Housing in 43 Years

TULSA, Okla. — Oral Roberts University cut the ribbon on its new apartment-style housing in a guest-filled celebration last Friday. The ribbon-cutting not only officially opened the new residence hall but also signified the completion of the University’s five-year, $50 million fundraising campaign, the largest and most successful comprehensive campaign in ORU’s history.

$3.2 Million Grant Awarded to Christian University

Grand Canyon University has been awarded a $3.2 million grant from the Kern Family Foundation to develop an accelerated pastoral training program that will supply the Phoenix metropolitan area and greater Southwest with resources to meet the growing need for pastoral leaders.

Group Introduces ‘Do Good’ Challenge

On October 5, 2019, people all over the city will make the world a better place by participating in The Do Good Challenge, a new signature event for Atlanta.

Bible Societies Responsible for 692 Translations

In 1800, 15-year-old Mary Jones was longing for a Bible of her own, in her own language, so she could read it whenever she wanted. After saving her pennies for six years, she began her trek to reach Thomas Charles, the only person selling a Bible translated into Welsh.

ACSI Releases New Book to Help Educators Think Differently About Challenges in Christian Education

The Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) is pleased to announce the release of MindShift: Catalyzing Change in Christian Education. The book, based on an industry-transforming process of dialogue and exploration pioneered by futurist and Christian author Rex Miller, was edited by ACSI’s Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer Dr. Lynn E. Swaner, along with Dan Beerens and Erik Ellefsen.

WCC Supports Health and Wellness in Africa

The World Council of Churches (WCC) reiterated its commitment to supporting health and wellness in Africa before the 69th session of World Health Organization Regional Committee for Africa.

Dare 2 Share LIVE Ventures Outside U.S.

Following up the success of the Dare 2 Share LIVE event the past two years, national non-profit organization Dare 2 Share is preparing to go beyond our borders, in order to inspire and unleash tens of thousands of teenagers this fall into even more communities to serve and to share the good news of Jesus.

New School Seeks to Combat Growing U.S. Secularism

With more young people in the U.S. identifying as atheists and “nones,” national youth organization Kingdom Youth Conferences (KY) launches a new Bible training school and internship program to disciple young people. Beginning Sept. 3, the two-year accredited program will welcome young adults ages 18-to 25-years old from across the U.S. to be trained in Kingdom culture–amid a growing trend of secularism in our nation.

Bicycle Campaign by Gospel for Asia Spurs Compassion on Wheels

Aiming to bring “compassion on wheels” into more remote villages in Asia, faith-based agency Gospel for Asia (GFA, www.gfa.org) today announced the launch of a new bicycle campaign.

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