Gloo Launches New AI & the Church Initiative
- By Christian Newswire
The initiative includes a $25 million investment fund to accelerate responsible AI innovation in the faith ecosystem
BOULDER, Colo. -- Gloo, the leading technology platform dedicated to connecting the faith ecosystem and releasing its collective might, announced a new effort, the "AI & the Church Initiative" to empower the Church to responsibly navigate and engage the evolving landscape of artificial intelligence (AI). The AI & the Church Initiative includes multiple components including collaborative funding, events, resource hubs, content, and participation in a cross-industry working group for the responsible use of AI in ministry.
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Lunar Recession and the Age of the Earth Part 4
- By Press Release
Evolutionists, being ever desperate to save their old earth models from this problem caused by the laws of physics, have posed some solutions. In this part, we will look at a particular solution that has been proposed illustrating why it really does not fix the problem.
This proposed solution claims that continental location affects tidal drag. While this is true since the closer the Moon the stronger its pull on the Earth the rate of change tends to get very large. The result is that to save the old Earth model it becomes necessary to virtually eliminate the effect of the continents.
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empty tomb, inc. Mission Match Wants to Work with Churches to to Keep 1 Million Children from Dying Globally
- By empty tomb, inc.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- Over 1 million children under the age of 5 are expected to die from treatable causes in 2023. empty tomb®, inc. Mission Match® is a tool to help churches in the U.S. use their own distribution networks to help these children in Jesus' name.
Churches still have one of the best global distribution systems. Church networks have people on the front lines in areas of great needs. Churches also have a tradition of reaching out to vulnerable children because their Leader, Jesus, tells them to do so, including in Matthew 18:14.
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Child Evangelism Fellowship Aims to Reach 100 Million Children with the Gospel
- By Child Evangelism Fellowship
ST. LOUIS -- Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF), one of the world's leading child evangelism organizations, is reemphasizing its commitment to the Great Commission with a new slate of ambitious goals. CEF has been called by God to make it their highest priority to present the Gospel so children may be discipled in God's Word. Their commitment is to:
- Reach approximately 26.5 million children in 2023.
- Minister to 100 million children each year globally with the Gospel in the near future.
- Increase the number of Good News Clubs®, which already serve children in about 3,500 American public schools.
- Train hundreds of thousands of adults worldwide to reach more children for Christ.
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Ukraine Dam Catastrophe: Churches Rush to Help in Flood Zone
- By Slavic Gospel Association (SGA)
U.S. mission joins with local churches to get generators, solar power kits, food, medical aid to crisis area
LOVES PARK, Ill. -- A U.S. mission is rushing to support Ukrainian churches racing to help families impacted by the catastrophic dam collapse in southern Ukraine as a counter-offensive gets underway.
"People are desperate for water, food, and a way to charge their phones as flood waters surround them and the counter-offensive goes on," said Michael Johnson, president of Slavic Gospel Association (SGA, www.sga.org).
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Catholic Action for Faith and Family Confronts Gay Activist Priest Group 'We Will Not Accept a Different Gospel'
- By Christian Newswire
SAN DIEGO -- Catholic Action for Faith and Family -- a lay organization that defends Catholic teaching -- issued a statement today confronting a dissident priest group that is holding its convention in San Diego this week. Since Catholic Action is also based in San Diego, the statement noted pointedly that "we will not be silent as you come to our city." The lay group accuses the priests of presenting a "false gospel" of gay activism to the Church and to the public.
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FRC's Tony Perkins Statement on the Passing of CBN and Regent University's Pat Robertson
- By Tony Perkins - Family Research Council
WASHINGTON -- Family Research Council President Tony Perkins released the following statement regarding the passing of Dr. M. G. "Pat" Robertson earlier today. Robertson served as founder and chairman of The Christian Broadcasting Network; as well as founder, chancellor, and CEO of Regent University. Robertson was 93 years old.
Perkins stated: "I am grateful for the vision and courage of Pat Robertson. My first formal introduction into the world of government and political action was in the wake of his run for president and the creation of the Christian Coalition. It was a shaping experience to serve as chairman of the coalition in Baton Rouge many years ago. Pat's vision and legacy as a man of God and a man of action will live on and continue to inspire."
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