Why the Mark Driscoll Deal Is Not a Big Deal


As we crowded into the square area designated as the living room, our group of Christian believers talked mostly of our families and of news and events in the Christian world. This was a reunion of sorts, as the people gathered here had not been together in one place for more than a year. It... Continue Reading →

Persecution Update from the Fall 2012


  2 Timothy 3:12, Indeed, all who desire to live godly in Christ Jesus¬†will be persecuted.¬†   Given the fact that God promises persecution to all Christians, it should be no surprise to us that Christians are routinely attacked around the world. The Assyrian International News Agency has chronicled by country some of the more... Continue Reading →

What Can We Learn from Kenyan Kids?


As adults, we are in the proper habit of assuming that our role is to teach kids rather than to learn from them. This habit is indeed proper because kindergarten would be chaos if the kids ruled the classroom. High school kids would produce only slightly less chaos (or maybe even more). No doubt, children... Continue Reading →

Reality in Kenya


[From Barnabas Fund] Kenyan Christians abducted, tortured and raped Six Christian missionaries have been found alive but traumatized after suffering three days of unimaginable torture in Kenya. Three men including Mr. Y, the leader of a group of Kenyan missionaries supported by Barnabas, had travelled to Nairobi on the morning of Wednesday September 15, to... Continue Reading →

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