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Ten Commandments Monument Moved to Montgomery

MONTGOMERY, AL — Judge Roy Moore, President Emeritus of the Foundation for Moral Law, and Kayla Moore, the Foundation’s President, are pleased to announce that on Tuesday, February 11, 2020, the “Ten Commandments Monument” was returned to Montgomery, Alabama, and placed at One Dexter Avenue on the first floor of the Foundation for Moral Law.… Continue reading Ten Commandments Monument Moved to Montgomery

Xi Jinping Quotes Replace 10 Commandments

BEIJING – For more than two years, Missions Box News has brought our readers reports of the Chinese Communist Party’s widespread campaign to clamp down on Christianity in mainland China. The big news out of China in January 2019 was not tariffs and trade wars. The CCP demanded that the first of the 10 commandments… Continue reading Xi Jinping Quotes Replace 10 Commandments

Wash Your Hands on Global Handwashing Day and Beyond

WASHINGTON, DC – Global Handwashing Day is October 15. The annual observance was established by the Global Handwashing Partnership in 2008. The Partnership is a coalition of private sector entities, academic institutions, government agencies, and non-governmental organizations that collaborate to promote handwashing. I thought that responsibility belonged to my parents. “Don’t touch anything with your… Continue reading Wash Your Hands on Global Handwashing Day and Beyond

Chinese Christians Face Persecution & Pandemic

BEIJING – The world as we know it is at a virtual standstill in the presence of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. People are isolating in place to avoid falling victim to the virus. Businesses, churches, sports and entertainment venues, and even government offices are closed.For Christians in China, where the COVID-19 is believed to have… Continue reading Chinese Christians Face Persecution & Pandemic

First Commandment Now Illegal in China

HENAN PROVINCE – On November 30, 2018, Chinese communist authorities ordered a church in Henan Province to remove its display of the first commandment of the Ten Commandments. The directive came during a regular inspection of a church affiliated with the government-approved Three-Self church movement. Freedom of religion in China has been a consistent and… Continue reading First Commandment Now Illegal in China

A Biblical Worldview of Human Rights and Social Justice

WILLS POINT, TX – It is important for Christians to understand the concepts of human rights and social justice from the popular global perspective and in the light of the Word of God. It is, in fact, our responsibility to do so because the popular worldview and the Biblical worldview are not the same. The… Continue reading A Biblical Worldview of Human Rights and Social Justice

The Underground Church (GCM) Responds to the Israel, Gaza, and Iran Conflicts

Your immediate support is crucial as tensions escalate between Israel and Iran. Join us in making a tangible difference by spreading the message of peace and providing vital aid where it is most desperately needed. Making disciples-our core action-is the greatest benefit to Israel's national security. As we make disciples in regions traditionally enemies toward Israel, a remarkable transformation occurs: Muslims not only embrace the Jewish Messiah but begin to love the Jewish people themselves.

NAMPA, IDAHO — Global Catalytic Ministries (GCM). As tensions escalate between Israel and Iran and protests intensify globally condemning Israel and supporting Hamas, GCM’s CEO Mike Patino called for a closed meeting with its underground coaches worldwide. The purpose was to understand their unique perspectives on the unfolding situation and determine a collective response by… Continue reading The Underground Church (GCM) Responds to the Israel, Gaza, and Iran Conflicts

Despite War, Messianic Congregation of Kiev Celebrated the Purim Festival

KYIV, UKRAINE — The war between Ukraine and Russia does not prevent this congregation from joyfully celebrating the biblical festival of Purim. Celebrating joy and happiness is one of the commandments of Purim. This year, the Jewish-Messianic congregation of Kiev celebrated the biblical feast for the second time in the course of the war on… Continue reading Despite War, Messianic Congregation of Kiev Celebrated the Purim Festival

Introducing Twelve21 Global

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GARLAND, TX – Odds are that you have never heard of Twelve21 Global. That’s because it was founded by Yusuph Emmanuel only two years ago in 2018. Yusuph knows first-hand what life on the streets is like in a developing country. He grew up as a street kid in the African country of Tanzania. Life… Continue reading Introducing Twelve21 Global

IFCJ Provides Passover Meals for 215,000 Worldwide During COVID-19

JERUSALEM — Leading up to Passover, the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (The Fellowship) is helping hundreds of thousands of Jews prepare for a joyous holiday, especially those who might otherwise not be able to celebrate. The Fellowship has announced they are dedicating $3 million to help more than 215,000 Jews observe Passover in… Continue reading IFCJ Provides Passover Meals for 215,000 Worldwide During COVID-19

Gospel for Asia-Supported Churches in Coronavirus Janata Curfew Lockdown

WILLS POINT, TX – Prime Minister Narendra Modi has placed the nation of India under a 21-day Janata (all people) curfew to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic among the country’s 1.3 billion residents. He announced the nationwide lockdown on Tuesday, March 24, 2020. Although the number of reported cases and deaths due to… Continue reading Gospel for Asia-Supported Churches in Coronavirus Janata Curfew Lockdown

7 Things Christians Need to Understand About World Day of Social Justice

The World Day of Social Justice has been observed on January 20th by a declaration of the United Nations General Assembly since 2008. Social Justice sounds like a worthy cause. It is, in fact, a term often used by NGOs to describe the nature of their charitable work. However, it has become increasingly apparent that… Continue reading 7 Things Christians Need to Understand About World Day of Social Justice

PragerU Videos Surpass 3 Billion Views, Cement Organizations’ Status as Media Juggernaut of Conservative Movement

LOS ANGELES — PragerU’s online videos surpassed the 3 billion views mark across its digital platforms this past week. The milestone comes during an unprecedented expansion of PragerU’s content offerings. Added to its staple menu of 5-minute videos — which made PragerU the go-to site for bite-sized explainers on conservative ideas — is a variety… Continue reading PragerU Videos Surpass 3 Billion Views, Cement Organizations’ Status as Media Juggernaut of Conservative Movement

Literacy: One of the Great Miracle Cures for Limitations on the Human Spirit

Resolving the Limitations Illiteracy Places on the Human Spirit WILLS POINT, TX – Gospel for Asia (GFA) issues an extensive Special Report on illiteracy, the dominant disabler to flourishing for millions around the world, and the miraculous potential of literacy that is able to change the lives of men, women and children for generations. Few… Continue reading Literacy: One of the Great Miracle Cures for Limitations on the Human Spirit

Millennials – Scores of Them – Are Becoming MORE Religious and Patriotic – Greg Laurie Opinion | CBN

Greg Laurie, evangelist, pastor, and best selling author, shares his thoughts on the subject of millennials and the Generation Z and their search for truth, God, and love for country. I thought the subject of this article might grab your attention because it is not what we are generally hearing about millennials and Generation Z… Continue reading Millennials – Scores of Them – Are Becoming MORE Religious and Patriotic – Greg Laurie Opinion | CBN

Persecution Is a Price Worth Paying for the Lord

CHENGDU – Persecution has become a hot topic, especially among Christians, reportedly the most persecuted people in the world. The annual World Watch List ranks countries where persecution of Christians runs high, even beyond imagination. Missions Box News has published more than 50 articles and news stories about the persecution of Christians in 2019 alone.… Continue reading Persecution Is a Price Worth Paying for the Lord

Spotlight on Chosen Children Ministries

MANAGUA – Chosen Children Ministries is a faith-based, non-profit organization focused on reaching families and communities in Nicaragua. Its methodology is unique in that the organization has field staff in two locations within the country through which it utilizes teams of volunteers from evangelical churches, schools, universities, and businesses to expand its outreach. Because Nicaragua… Continue reading Spotlight on Chosen Children Ministries

Thanksgiving Means Thanking the Lord and Giving to Others

It’s that time of the year when Americans celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, so let’s slow down, take a breath, and consider what Thanksgiving means. Let’s start with what it is not. It is not ‘Turkey Day.’ Nor is it about going over the river and through the wood to grandmother’s house for pumpkin pie. Nor… Continue reading Thanksgiving Means Thanking the Lord and Giving to Others

5 Things We Can Learn from ‘St. Patrick’

March 17th is St. Patrick’s Day. It’s really an odd holiday because very few people understand that man whose name the day is supposed to commemorate. In fact, the day is, for many, a celebration more than a commemoration. Ask the average person on the street what St. Patrick did, and they will likely tell… Continue reading 5 Things We Can Learn from ‘St. Patrick’

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