Counting the Cost of Becoming A Missionary

Church of God missionary intern Gale Beach responded to the call of God by giving up most of her things and most of her comforts. It all started when she was studying at the University of Bristol in England. She was studying social policy in England, surrounded by beautiful scenery and magnificent church buildings. Although pleasing to the eyes, she felt that the churches were cold and empty. Here, she felt her heart drawn more and more to Europe.

Louisiana Passes ‘Heartbeat Bill’

BATON ROUGE, La.– The Louisiana House of Representatives on May 29 passed 79-23, a “heartbeat bill” that will prohibit abortions after an unborn baby’s heartbeat is detectable in the womb, which is usually as early as six weeks of pregnancy.

What Every Spirit-Filled Christian Needs to Know About Leaving Legacy

The older you get, the more you realize that, at some point, you must leave a legacy. I recently interviewed an expert on this topic, global pastor Maury Davis. His message on legacy is so powerful that organizations all over the U.S. ask him to speak on it. In fact, when I heard him speak on legacy at the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, I knew it was a message every believer should hear.

MTTM and MIP: A Successful Partnership

The Ministry to the Military (MTTM) is very fruitful in its use of the Ministerial Internship Program (MIP). This year, the MTTM had several complete the MIP and are moving into another phase of ministry.

Don’t Settle for Shallow Relationships

I don’t like goodbyes, especially on the mission field. If you know me, you know that sometimes I get emotional in airports. Two weeks ago, it was bad when I left Singapore.

Why This Film Director Wants to Be in the Tim Tebow Business

“The thing I love about Tim Tebow and the Tebow brand is that his public persona is who he is in private,” Run the Race director Chris Dowling said on a recent episode of “Charisma Connection” on the Charisma Podcast Network. “I think that’s pretty rare nowadays, especially in Hollywood.

Operation Compassion Responds to Devastating Weather

For the past two weeks the Midwest and other parts of the country has been facing tornadoes, floods, severe thunderstorms, torrential rainfall and damaging winds. Along with these weather conditions, dams and levees are at risk of overflowing or giving way. Many cities along the Arkansas River are in danger as the water flows downstream creating disaster scenarios. The states of Ohio, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and Missouri have all been affected.

1800’s Stereographs Reveal Early U.S. Christian Life in 3-D

Over a century ago, 3-D photographs, known as stereographs, were as popular as the internet and smart phones of today.

Common IT Mistakes Churches Make – A New Book Helps Avoid These

During decades of work as an IT consultant and strategist for churches and ministries, author Nick Nicholaou has seen many common and costly IT mistakes churches make. One of the most common mistakes is not buying the right hardware. Churches often over buy, under buy, or buy hardware built locally. In his newly updated and expanded book Church IT, Nick helps churches avoid this and other mistakes.

Lee University Hosts Summer Camps

Lee University holds a wide variety of summer camps each year, several of which begin next week.

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