By Samuel Smith , CP Reporter – September 9, 2016
A protester holds a placard during a rally by hundreds of Christians against recent attacks on churches nationwide, in Mumbai, February 9, 2015. Five churches in the Indian capital New Delhi have reported incidents of arson, vandalism and burglary. The latest was reported last week when an individual stole ceremonial items.
The “dam is bursting” on India’s discriminatory caste system, says prominent Indian Bishop Joseph D’souza, who told The Christian Post that the demise of India’s prejudiced social order could likely come during his lifetime.
For centuries, India has been entrenched in an unjust social construct that has discriminated against the lowest and most vulnerable members of society and kept those in the lowest rungs of the caste system from being able to access equal educational and economic opportunities that could allow them to create comfortable lives for themselves and their families.
News Staff : Aug 29, 2016 : CBN News
Indonesia is the world’s most populous Muslim nation and has suffered a series of deadly attacks by Muslim jihadists.
Father Albert S. Pandingan was leading Sunday mass when an attacker tried to murder him and everyone else in the church.
Authorities say the bomber charged a priest at the altar, hoping to detonate the bomb in his backpack.
However, the bomb never went off.
A Voice for the Faithful Catholic Laity – August 10, 2016
“#NotMyPope.” In the wake of Pope Francis’ equivocal response to the murder of a French priest by two Islamic jihadists, that’s the top trending hashtag in France and in Belgium.
Which raises a question: Is the Pope doing more harm than good by continuing to deny—in the face of a mountain of evidence—that Islam has anything to do with violence?
As I’ve noted several times in the past, the Church’s handling of the Islamic crisis may prove to be far more scandalous than its handling of the sex abuse crisis. The main scandal surrounding the revelation of priestly sex abuse was that it was covered up for a very long time by priests, pastors, and even bishops.
Please watch & share this interesting final American Presidential debate between Donald Trump & Hillary Clinton.
August 16, 2016 – by Robert Spencer
After having spent years ignoring, denying and enabling the motivating ideology behind jihad terror, it would be good to confront it. As I noted here, that the political and media elites are so profoundly threatened by this is telling in itself.
The jihadis are at war with the United States, and those who have sworn to protect and defend this nation are determined instead, above all things, to make sure that we do not think negatively about the belief system that inspired this war against us and incites its adherents to attack us.
This is madness, and must stop. Trump, for all his many flaws, is the first candidate to buck this sinister agenda, and the most honest presidential candidate about the jihad threat since John Quincy Adams.
AFTER LIVING A PART FOR 17 YEARS, MARRIAGE RESTORED THROUGH THE POWER OF GOD / Special renewing of marriage vows at Australia Day Prayer service in Melbourne on January 26, 20171 Comment Published by Office 2 October 18th, 2016 in Australia, Family, Forgivness, Indonesia, Jesus, Marriage, Miraculous Testimonies, Prayer
It is with great joy that we share this following amazing testimony of marriage reconciliation through the power of God.
A few weeks ago, Ps Daniel received a call from a gentlemen who stated, “Myself and my wife separated 17 years ago, but we have been friends. I watched an interview of you in the US and then gave the link to my wife, who also watched it. We were both very impacted with your stand on issues pertaining to our nation’s future and were wondering if we could come and see you.”
Well, the couple came last week on Tuesday to meet with Ps Daniel. They started talking about politics, religion and various other issues, but then suddenly everything changed, as Ps Daniel started to minister the word of God into their broken marriage of 17 years.
Glory to God as both of them started weeping. To cut a long story short, they both repented in the presence of God and asked forgiveness from each other.
The rest is history as they decided right there that they were going to come back together.
With tears streaming down their cheeks and holding hands, they repeated their marriage vows. This couple is in their mid to late 60’s and have four adult married children and a few grandchildren.
Ps Daniel stated, “It was as if they have just fallen in love. I am so amazed and blessed at what the power of God can do.”
SPECIAL ANNOUCEMENT – On Australia Day Prayer gathering in Melbourne (Jan 26th 2017 ) there will be a great opportunity for all married couples to join hands and renew their marriage vows once again.
DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY.
July 29, 2016 – Jack Kerwick
Ask yourself this: In all of the gazillions of lectures and tirades (there have, as to date, been no genuine conversations) on slavery, have you ever heard of the names of John Currantee and Ephraim Robin John?
Such names—and there are many, many more—belong to a racially incorrect history of slavery, an historical account that threatens to rip asunder the ideological foundations of the Racism-Industrial-Complex (RIC), or Big Racism.
For centuries and centuries, courtesy of both Arabs and its indigenous peoples, slavery was endemic throughout the continent of Africa. Contrary to what contemporary mythical portraits like Roots would have us think, when Europeans began enslaving Africans in the 16th century, they—unlike Arabs—would not invade villages to obtain slaves. Rather, they would have to trade with the African flesh peddlers.
Ravi Zacharias: In Today’s Moral Graveyard the Church Must be a Place Where Sermons Aren’t Just Heard, But SEEN0 Comments Published by Office 2 October 17th, 2016 in Bible, Christianity, Deception, Family, Forgivness, Freedom of Religion, Gospel, Government, Jesus, Kingdom of God, Pastors, Political Correctness, Politics, Politics, Prayer, Social Justice, United States of America, West
Leah Marieann Klett : Jul 12, 2016 : The Gospel Herald
“We are always near the breaking-point when we care only for what is legal and nothing for what is lawful.
Unless we have a moral principle about such delicate matters as marriage and murder, the whole world will become a welter of exceptions with no rules.
There will be so many hard cases that everything will go soft.” – Ravi Zacharias, on why legalizing gay marriage took the divide between the Church and secular world to a breaking point.
[The Gospel Herald] Christian apologist and author Ravi Zacharias has warned America it is suffering from a “deep crisis of the soul” that is “killing us morally” and said the only way out of the “grave” in which the country has buried itself is through Jesus Christ.
National Australia Day United Prayer & Holy Spirit Revival Meetings in January 2017 in Melbourne with Senior Minister from Indonesia (40,000 member church)0 Comments Published by Office 2 October 15th, 2016 in Australia, Christian Church Issues, Jesus, Prayer, Revival
Once again, we’re very excited to announce that the next National Australia Day United Prayer Gathering will be held in Melbourne from 10am – 1pm on Thursday 26th January 2017.
This national prayer gathering which brings together several hundred prayer warriors from many churches, denominations and ethnicities across Australia, will be held at the CTFM at 30 Star Crescent in Hallam.
This interdenominational Christian prayer gathering, with special Guest Speaker from Indonesia, (a Senior Minister at 40,000 member church) will be followed by a series of Holy Spirit miracle healing revival meetings where he will also be ministering on Friday 27th at 6:30pm, Saturday 28th at 6:30pm & Sunday 29th January at 10am.
If you live interstate, please make every effort to book your flights now and come for the National Australia Day Prayer Gathering 2017 followed by Holy Spirit miracle healing revival meetings.
We assure you that you will be tremendously blessed.
Click the following link for accommodation details.
Please pass on this information to your friends, throughout your church, ministry, movement, and wider spheres of influence for the advancement of the Kingdom of God.
New York Times bestselling author Eric Metaxas says that many Christians in the United States have adopted an “American version of Christianity” and lack a true understanding about what it means to be faithful to God’s word under the threat of persecution.
Metaxas, the author of several books including the recent title If You Can Keep It: The Forgotten Promise of American Liberty, gave a one-hour keynote speech to kick off The Bridge, an annual 3-day conference focusing on the persecuted church hosted by collaboration of groups led by the persecution watchdog group International Christian Concern.
By Anugrah Kumar , Christian Post Contributor – July 24, 2016
Pastor Rick Warren of Saddleback Church in Southern California addressed racism in his sermon in the wake of the deadly ambush of police officers following the shooting deaths of African Americans, describing seven attitudes to racism and identifying the one which Christians should have.
“Our nation is desperate for healing… and the Church cannot be silent,” Warren told the congregation in a recent sermon he delivered after a shooting in Baton Rouge, Louisiana left three police officers dead.
The megachurch pastor quoted Titus 2:11: “God has revealed his grace to save the whole human race.”
God has never made a person He doesn’t love, Warren stressed. “Race was God’s idea,” he said. “Racial reconciliation is at the heart of the Gospel.”
“He without sin cast the first stone.” (John 8:7)
Also a brief video with prophetic insight from International Christian Prophetic Leader Lance Wallnau, titled ‘God is Humbling Donald Trump so he can use him…God used Sampson, but he never used Jezebel!
The only way we can describe the 3 nights of worship is ‘Absolutely Awesome’!
On Friday , Saturday & Sunday many gathered to wait upon the Lord in worship and intercession for our nation and the nations.
Everyone came out to the altar and spent hours in worship over the 3 nights.
The presence of God was so thick you knew that His presence was real.
There was a mighty river of life flowing at the altar as many came and drank from it.
As the worship entered into high praise, people were laughing, some were weeping and others were just dancing.
8/20/2016, by Republican Wildcat
WASHINGTON (CNN) — First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton held imaginary conversations with Eleanor Roosevelt and Mahatma Gandhi as a therapeutic release, according to a new book written by Bob Woodward, says a report in Sunday’s edition of The Chicago Sun-Times.
The first lady declined a personal adviser’s suggestion that she address Jesus Christ, however, because it would be “too personal,” according to Woodward’s book, “The Choice.”
The book, which is still to be published, takes a behind-the-scenes look at the Clintons, as well as Bob and Elizabeth Dole.
The world was horrified when the Nigerian Islamist group Boko Haram kidnapped 276 schoolgirls from the town of Chibok in 2014. But less coverage has been given to the kidnapping of more than 10,000 boys over the last three years by the terror group and their brutal coercion tactics, forcing children to wage jihad.
The allegations are contained in a stunning investigative report by Drew Hinshaw and Joe Parkinson in the Wall Street Journal (WSJ).
Shortly after the Chibok schoolgirls were seized, Boko Haram attacked six villages in the nearby mountains and rounded up children there, with little media coverage beyond the Nigerian press.
A few months later, the group captured the town of Damasak, and took 300 students, mostly boys, age 7 to 17. The militants imprisoned them in a school, witnesses told the WSJ. Their parents were held in separate rooms. For months, the children were forced to learn the Quran.
By Brandon Showalter , CP Reporter – August 20, 2016
Christ the Redeemer during sunrise in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 2, 2016.
As the 2016 Summer Olympics come to a close this weekend, viewers will have a few more opportunities to see aerial images of the massive representation of Jesus Christ that overlooks Rio de Janeiro. But how did the 98 feet tall, 635 metric ton Christ the Redeemer statue come about?
Here are five fascinating facts you should know about Brazil’s Cristo Redentor statue.
- It’s listed as one of the “new seven wonders of the world,” and its roots trace back to the 1850s.
Christ the Redeemer stands with outstretched arms atop a mountain as if to physically embrace Brazil’s second-most populous city. The monument has become a global symbol of the Christian faith and attracts millions of visitors every year.
The march commences at 1pm in the Treasury Gardens (meet at the corner of Spring Street and Wellington Parade) on Saturday 8th October 2016.
Show your Support: Wear Pink and Blue
See http://marchforthebabies.org/ for more info.
Birmingham: Tony Abbott has told right-wing allies in Britain that he believes he has a reasonable chance of becoming prime minister again, Fairfax Media has learned.
The revelation confirms the former leader is hoping to emulate Kevin Rudd’s 2013 success in returning to the Lodge after being booted out by his own party, and despite Mr Abbott’s public assurances that his leadership is “dead, buried and cremated” and the “Abbott era is over”.
A senior Liberal source close to Mr Abbott said the former prime minister maintained a “good chance” of returning to the job because he is popular with the party membership compared to Malcolm Turnbull.
American Vice-Presidential Candidates Tim Kaine (Clinton) & Mike Pence (Trump) Debate Religion, Abortion0 Comments Published by Office 2 October 6th, 2016 in Abortion, Babies, Children, Christian Church Issues, Christianity, Family, Government, Political Correctness, Politics, United States of America, Women
August 06, 2016
A glimpse of inspiration and testimony from some of Team USA’s Christian athletes.
There’s nothing like the pomp and prestige of the Olympics Games to raise the stakes for the world’s top athletes. With millions of viewers watching, more than 10,000 will compete in this year’s Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Fans tune in not only for the physical feats, but for stories of triumph. We want to see who achieves the dream of winning gold on a global stage. Competing at this level forces participants to reckon with priorities. Some Christian athletes enter with a perspective that explicitly challenges the idea that Olympic success would be the pinnacle of their lives. Some learn that lesson as they go.