Recent Article In The Herald Journal
- By Jim S. Brooks - Roebuck, SC
The credibility of the Good News of God in the cross of Jesus Christ has been attacked since the days Jesus walked the earth. Such attacks have even intensified since the message was first revealed, entrusted to and recorded for posterity by Jesus’ personally chosen Apostles until this day. The larger the audience, the more widespread and varied the attacks. The most recent one is in an article by Chris Highland in the Herald Journal, Spartanburg, S.C., March 10, 2023. Chris raised the issue of a possible contradiction in messages between Jesus and Jesus’ personally chosen Apostle to the Gentiles, Paul. The article is subtly offered in a supposed attempt to better understand and appreciate Jesus, despite Paul! It is alluded in the article that Christianity and the Christian life might be better if there was no message from a self-appointed Apostle Paul, who it is claimed, never met Jesus and actually appointed himself.
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OneHope Reaches 2 Billion Children and Youth With God's Word
- By OneHope
POMPANO BEACH, Fla. -- OneHope, an international Christian ministry, has crossed the threshold of sharing God's Word with two billion children since 1987.
To commemorate this incredible milestone, Bob Hoskins, OneHope's founder, traveled to El Salvador, where OneHope's programs launched in 1987. Watch the live recording of this special moment here.
The vision of OneHope was born when Hoskins received a vision of Satan attacking the children of the world. "For days, I was weeping for what I saw--millions of children being slaughtered--and prayed, 'Lord, what am I seeing and what should I do?'" Bob said. "And the Lord said, 'The only thing that will save them is truth, and the truth is in My Word. Take My Word to the children of the world and do it through leaders."
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Christian Community Credit Union Donates $10,000 to Assist in Release of MAF Pilot Ryan Koher
- By Christian Community Credit Union
SAN DIMAS, Calif. -- Christian Community Credit Union (CCCU) has donated $10,000 to aid in the release of MAF pilot Ryan Koher who has been in a Mozambican high-security prison since November 4, 2022. Koher was on a mission to fly supplies from southern Mozambique to an orphanage in the northern part of the country where there has been insurgent activity. Unfortunately, what should have been a routine flight for the greater good, turned into false allegations. Police believed that the supplies were to support terrorists in the region, a belief that simply doesn't align with the facts. Ryan has been detained for nearly four months, still waiting for specific charges to be filed.
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Amidst Resurgence of Faith-Based Films Like 'Jesus Revolution,' 'The Jesus Film' and MegaVoice Partnership Stands the Test of Time
- By Christian Newswire
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- As interest in faith-based films and TV shows grow thanks to the recent popularity of productions like 'Jesus Revolution' and 'The Chosen,' MegaVoice celebrates the enduring impact of their partnership with Jesus Film Project.
The Jesus Film was released in 1979. Filmed on location in Israel at authentic biblical sites, this inspirational drama and commercial success retells the life of Christ. In 1981, Campus Crusade for Christ founder Bill Bright created Jesus Film Project to distribute the film more widely.
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Analyzing Asbury Revival: Lessons Learned from On-Site Interviews
- By Christian Newswire
BEAVERTON, Ore. -- For three days, researcher and writer Jason Williams interviewed dozens of attendees at Asbury University revival. Williams issued a report entitled, Lessons from Asbury Awakening. What we can learn? It is on Oregon Faith Report.
Here are some of the findings:
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Bremerton High School Football Coach Joe Kennedy Returns to Area After Supreme Court Victory
- By The House Ministry Center
SNOHOMISH, Wash. -- Coach Joe Kennedy, an eighteen-year Marine veteran, was an assistant coach for the Bremerton High School (BHS) varsity football team. Before he even coached his first game, the Marine-turned-football coach made a commitment to God that he would give thanks at the conclusion of each game for what the players had accomplished and for the opportunity to be part of their lives through football. This was met with disapproval from his school district and turned into a lengthy court battle.
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Nite Line Guest Line-up for March 6th-10th, 2023
- By Nite Line Press Release
Nite Line broadcasts live Monday through Friday on WGGS-TV from 8 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. The program features local and/or nationally known guests who share their testimonies and talent. Our goal is to be an inspiration to our viewers as well as inform them of Christian and community events in the upstate.
Monday, March 6th, 2023: Pastor Keith Kelly welcomes Dave Crooks and Thomas Wakefield from Evans Training Center, a 40-week long, residential, faith based rehabilitation program for men who are ready to make radical and dramatic changes to their lives. Chip Sloan will be sharing how losing a son with addiction has changed his life. Tonight's music will be presented by Catlin Tierce.
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