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Posted: March 30, 2011 in Uncategorized

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     Christian aid workers in the Middle East move forward amid tumult
Being ready at a moment’s notice to board a plane and evacuate a country is a reality for many Christian aid workers in North Africa and the Middle East. Though people are turning to Jesus during this time of conflict, aid workers say the environment is far from ideal for ministry.

PHOTO: Unrest and demonstrations continue to spread across North Africa and the Middle East.
5th-grader initially banned from performing ‘offensive’ Christian song
Apple pulls gay ministry app after pressure

U.N. body drops religious ‘defamation’ policy
A United Nations body has disregarded a resolution that condemned religious defamation and put in its place a policy that supports an individual’s religious freedom.
Radical Islam on rise in Egypt, Christians afraid
The Muslim Brotherhood is active throughout the Islamic world and there’s concern that the group is taking over the revolution that swept Hosni Mubarak from power in Egypt.
Porn websites get approved .xxx domain
Pornography now has its own online domain — to the chagrin of pro-family advocates.
Convert from Islam escapes Egypt with daughter
When the plane carrying Maher El-Gohary and his daughter, Dina Mo’otahssem, took off from Cairo International Airport last month, they both wept with joy.
Court upholds decision ordering child to attend public school
The New Hampshire Supreme Court upheld a lower court ruling that ordered a girl to attend public school despite her mother’s desire to continue homeschooling.
Rob Bell answers tough questions
Martin Bashir, an MSNBC reporter asks Rob Bell a series of tough questions that many orthodox Christians believe have been unanswered.
Japan diaster
Disaster pushes Japanese beyond their self-sufficient lifestyle
Thousands of the little wooden prayer tablets rattle softly in the cold, spring breeze, a symphony of soft clattering that drifts out from the Shinto shrine.
• Japan Disaster Relief Organizations 



Revamping camp
Camping program emphasizes discipleship, missions outreach
It is not unusual to find children scattered about the rustic Indian Hills Camp, even during the off-season. This winter, however, there was a new equation in the mix—their parents.
Trevor Bayne, in spotlight after Daytona 500 win
Trevor Bayne’s stunning win in the Daytona 500 propelled him immediately onto the national stage, where for the past week he has continued talking about the faithfulness of God in his life.
Raceway Ministries zooms toward spiritual victories
Five cars—lined across and door-to-door—will accelerate to speeds exceeding 200 mph while racing to win NASCAR’S 2011 Auto Club 400. During pre-race festivities on the infield campground, Raceway Ministries of California, also plans to be heading for some significant triumphs. 
Tweeting the entire Bible, one chapter a day
A dedicated Christian worker in the United Kingdom is tweeting the entire Bible, one chapter per tweet per day. The summaries can never exceed 140 characters, per Twitter rules.
Virginity making a comeback, government data says
A growing number of teenagers and young adults are virgins, according to a study by the Centers For Disease Control.


Malaysia to release Bibles marked ‘Christians Only’
The government of Malaysia will release 35,000 Malay-language Bibles that were held up by customs officials. Government official had blocked the distribution of the Scriptures…
Egypt destroyed building Anti-Christian violence increases in Ethiopia
Muslims have killed at least one Christian and wounded several others in anti-Christian violence in western Ethiopia.
  Perspective…   National news videos…
Chuck Colson One Culture, Many Contributors
Why Multiculturalism Can’t Work
British Prime Minister David Cameron horrified European elites when he recently proclaimed that multiculturalism has failed. The idea that all cultures are equal and that they can live happily side by side in one country is false. It just doesn’t work.
Charles W. Colson
Prison Fellowship
Mark Larson All aTwitter: Social media offers opportunity to deepen friendships
Friends have been on my mind lately. I’m thinking not only of specific friendships, but especially about the overall concept. What is “friendship”, anyway?
Mark Larson
Radio Talk Show host
Glenn Stanton The Christian divorce rate myth
A”Christians divorce at roughly the same rate as the world!” It’s one of the most quoted stats by Christian leaders today. And it’s perhaps one of the most inaccurate. Based on the best data available, the divorce rate among Christians is significantly lower than the general population. Here’s the truth….
Glenn T. Stanton
Focus on the Family
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Cape Town 2010
Truth — North Korean student testimony
Timeless Truth
Happiness — Billy Graham
  Other news…

Makeover show rewards deserving missionaries
About a year ago, Joe and Cindy Hurston returned from a missionary trip only to find their home flooded because of a broken pipe. Unable to make repairs, the Hurstons were forced to live in a small camper for six months. But that didn’t stop their ministry and service to others.


Oprah Winfrey Oprah’s Gospel
Entertainment mogul preaches ‘many paths’ to God
One of the most controversial aspects of Oprah’s cultural influence derives from the emphasis she places on religion and spirituality.



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