Do you Trust the Holy Spirit When Talking to People About Jesus?

The Holy Spirit has promised He has our back and that he’ll be there for us when we share Jesus, but do we really trust Him when the moment arrives?

Teenage and Young Adult Caregivers: Financial Help is Available

Grant recipient Lucas was able to complete IT training. He hopes to study further and secure his first full-time job to support his family.

The Phantom of the Open – Movie Review

Dreams sometimes come in different golf bags: Russ Matthews reviews the new film, ‘The Phantom of the Open’ – a sport based drama with a comic twist.

How to Handle Rejection

Rejection is an experience all of us will go through at times. Eliezer Gonzalez shares some suggestions that will help you to handle rejection.

What’s Even Better Than a Self-Stacking Dishwasher?

Better than a dishwasher, Jesus cleans, restacks and reshelves us, to a higher shelf than where we really belong, writes Sam Chan.

Raising Gen Alpha in the Great Screen Age

Our children need digital skills to thrive in today’s world – but how do we also develop in them the life skills that can only grow away from the screen?

Has the Universe Outgrown God?

After the release of the stunning photos from the James Webb telescope, Stephen McAlpine reflects on what the images do and don’t tell us about God.

“There’s Freedom in Having to Reinvent Yourself” – US Author Shauna Niequist’s New Book

In her season of transition, NY Times bestselling author Shauna Niequist has a new appreciation for the fundamental elements of her faith.

Why Even Secularists Might Not Like A Post-Christian West

While many secular commentators are happy to see the church in decline, there may come a day when they’ll yearn for the days of Christianity’s influence.

‘Persuasion’ on Netflix Will Divide New Fans and Purists – Movie Review

This contemporary Netflix production of Jane Austen’s Persuasion will win a new audience, but may turn off purists, writes Russ Matthews.

Teenage and Young Adult Caregivers: Financial Help is Available

Grant recipient Lucas was able to complete IT training. He hopes to study further and secure his first full-time job to support his family.

The Phantom of the Open – Movie Review

Dreams sometimes come in different golf bags: Russ Matthews reviews the new film, ‘The Phantom of the Open’ – a sport based drama with a comic twist.

How to Handle Rejection

Rejection is an experience all of us will go through at times. Eliezer Gonzalez shares some suggestions that will help you to handle rejection.

What’s Even Better Than a Self-Stacking Dishwasher?

Better than a dishwasher, Jesus cleans, restacks and reshelves us, to a higher shelf than where we really belong, writes Sam Chan.

Raising Gen Alpha in the Great Screen Age

Our children need digital skills to thrive in today’s world – but how do we also develop in them the life skills that can only grow away from the screen?

Has the Universe Outgrown God?

After the release of the stunning photos from the James Webb telescope, Stephen McAlpine reflects on what the images do and don’t tell us about God.

“There’s Freedom in Having to Reinvent Yourself” – US Author Shauna Niequist’s New Book

In her season of transition, NY Times bestselling author Shauna Niequist has a new appreciation for the fundamental elements of her faith.

Why Even Secularists Might Not Like A Post-Christian West

While many secular commentators are happy to see the church in decline, there may come a day when they’ll yearn for the days of Christianity’s influence.

‘Persuasion’ on Netflix Will Divide New Fans and Purists – Movie Review

This contemporary Netflix production of Jane Austen’s Persuasion will win a new audience, but may turn off purists, writes Russ Matthews.

Don’t Miss Out On Majesty – It Could Be Right in Front of You

You might be standing right in front of majesty, but failing to notice it because you’re distracted by other things, writes Stephen McAlpine.

VIETNAM: Christians Suffering Daily Persecution

Hmong Christians in the Nghe An province of Vietnam are suffering from severe persecution.

NIGERIA: Number of Christians Abducted and Slain Continues to Grow

Suspected Fulani herdsmen and other terrorists in Nigeria have killed six pastors and kidnapped 27 Christians of the Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA) in the past seven months, according to an ECWA report.

EGYPT: Christian Father and Son Hospitalised Following Knife Attack

A Christian man and his son were attacked by a 43-year-old Muslim man in Giza, Egypt in the early hours of the morning on 28 July.

CHINA: Pastor Sentenced to 11 Months for “Organising Illegal Gatherings”

On 5 December 2021, Panshi Church (Church of the Rock) held a Sunday service in a remote single-story house in a local water plant in Huinong District, China. Their gathering was raided by state security personnel, local police, and personnel from the Religious Affairs Bureau.

GUINEA: Christian Man Attacked by Muslim Wife

Soulayman is a Fulani painter who came to faith in Christ through the witness of a missionary who had hired him.

SRI LANKA: Buddhist Monks Threaten to Kill Front-Line Worker

After a woman named Malaramma led a Hindu priest and his family to faith in Jesus Christ, the former priest urged her to raise funds to build a new worship hall next to his home.

NIGERIA: Gunmen Kill Pastor’s Sons and Abduct Daughter

Gunmen broke into the home of Pastor Daniel Umaru in Njairi, Adamawa State, during the early morning hours of 6 July. The results of the attack were devastating to the family.

PAKISTAN: 12-Year-Old Christian Girl Kidnapped, Forced to Marry Muslim Man

A 12-year-old girl, Maha, was kidnapped last week by her neighbour Muhammad Akmal and his mother.

Afghanistan Project Update

When the Taliban took control of Kabul, Afghanistan last August, the terror didn’t end there. Although the eyes of the world have turned their attention to the war in Ukraine and other crises, the danger that Afghans are facing—especially Christians—continues.

JOHN CHAU: Going at Any Cost

Romans 10:14 asks, “How are they to hear without someone preaching?”
Dr. Pam Arlund, Global Training and Research Leader for All Nations International, joins The Voice of the Martyrs Radio this week to share about John Ch …

The Phantom of the Open – Movie Review

Dreams sometimes come in different golf bags: Russ Matthews reviews the new film, ‘The Phantom of the Open’ – a sport based drama with a comic twist.

How to Handle Rejection

Rejection is an experience all of us will go through at times. Eliezer Gonzalez shares some suggestions that will help you to handle rejection.

What’s Even Better Than a Self-Stacking Dishwasher?

Better than a dishwasher, Jesus cleans, restacks and reshelves us, to a higher shelf than where we really belong, writes Sam Chan.

Raising Gen Alpha in the Great Screen Age

Our children need digital skills to thrive in today’s world – but how do we also develop in them the life skills that can only grow away from the screen?

Has the Universe Outgrown God?

After the release of the stunning photos from the James Webb telescope, Stephen McAlpine reflects on what the images do and don’t tell us about God.

“There’s Freedom in Having to Reinvent Yourself” – US Author Shauna Niequist’s New Book

In her season of transition, NY Times bestselling author Shauna Niequist has a new appreciation for the fundamental elements of her faith.

Why Even Secularists Might Not Like A Post-Christian West

While many secular commentators are happy to see the church in decline, there may come a day when they’ll yearn for the days of Christianity’s influence.

‘Persuasion’ on Netflix Will Divide New Fans and Purists – Movie Review

This contemporary Netflix production of Jane Austen’s Persuasion will win a new audience, but may turn off purists, writes Russ Matthews.

Don’t Miss Out On Majesty – It Could Be Right in Front of You

You might be standing right in front of majesty, but failing to notice it because you’re distracted by other things, writes Stephen McAlpine.

The Sea Beast – Reel Dialogue Movie Review

In ‘The Sea Beast’, Chris Williams has delivered one of the rare films that should be on every family’s watchlist this season, says Russ Matthews.

How to Handle Rejection

Rejection is an experience all of us will go through at times. Eliezer Gonzalez shares some suggestions that will help you to handle rejection.

What’s Even Better Than a Self-Stacking Dishwasher?

Better than a dishwasher, Jesus cleans, restacks and reshelves us, to a higher shelf than where we really belong, writes Sam Chan.

Raising Gen Alpha in the Great Screen Age

Our children need digital skills to thrive in today’s world – but how do we also develop in them the life skills that can only grow away from the screen?

Has the Universe Outgrown God?

After the release of the stunning photos from the James Webb telescope, Stephen McAlpine reflects on what the images do and don’t tell us about God.

“There’s Freedom in Having to Reinvent Yourself” – US Author Shauna Niequist’s New Book

In her season of transition, NY Times bestselling author Shauna Niequist has a new appreciation for the fundamental elements of her faith.

Why Even Secularists Might Not Like A Post-Christian West

While many secular commentators are happy to see the church in decline, there may come a day when they’ll yearn for the days of Christianity’s influence.

‘Persuasion’ on Netflix Will Divide New Fans and Purists – Movie Review

This contemporary Netflix production of Jane Austen’s Persuasion will win a new audience, but may turn off purists, writes Russ Matthews.

Don’t Miss Out On Majesty – It Could Be Right in Front of You

You might be standing right in front of majesty, but failing to notice it because you’re distracted by other things, writes Stephen McAlpine.

The Sea Beast – Reel Dialogue Movie Review

In ‘The Sea Beast’, Chris Williams has delivered one of the rare films that should be on every family’s watchlist this season, says Russ Matthews.

It Wasn’t Meant To Be Like This… Or Was It?

Life is always messy in the middle, and sometimes we have to walk through chaos before the big picture becomes obvious, writes Lorrene McClymont.

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