Gods Word has much to say about alleviating poverty and managing wealth. But are you participating in Gods plan to provide for others through you?
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One of Brazils best-known worship leaders explains why prophetic, evangelistic worship now dominates her nations airwaves and draws millions into its streets.
Former delirious? frontman Martin Smith's front-row seat to todays global revival of worship has taught him lessons far beyond music.
How prayer and worship unify believers as one voice before God, changing the spiritual environment of an entire cityand eventually the world
How can you demonstrate Gods love in your community? Here are just a few things Jesus might do.
When Hurricane Charley hit southwest Florida in 2004, Zach Bonner was 7 years old. After hearing the news that those affected by the storm needed food and water, Bonner went door to door with his little red wagon asking for help. That little red wagon, combined with assistance from friends and family, eventually filled 27 semitrucks with food and supplies.
Those facing troubled times half a world away can teach us much about our own faith
How Islamic extremist rule could open doors for Egypts church
Despite increasing persecution, an Islamic-leaning government and economic hardship, Christians in Egypt are seeing a move of God shape the nation beneath the surface.
How are you sharing the Good News?
Whats the key to a truly happy life? It starts with understanding how the gospel is inseparable from a joyful God.
Sameh Maurice, senior pastor of Egypt’s largest evangelical church, describes three facets of God’s move in Egypt.
The Lord is moving in unprecedented ways in Muslim-dominated Egypt. Watch clips from Holy Ghost hot spots around the nation.
Not long ago boarded-up businesses filled Clevelands downtown Slavic Village, which led the nation in foreclosures and became a national symbol of the recession. Now a church is taking back the area to not only give it a new face, but to offer hope to a dying community.
With every cup, you can drink coffee and do good. That was Jonathan Golden’s plan when he founded Land of a Thousand Hills in 2005 as an initiative to support the people of Rwanda after the 1994 genocide devestated the small African nation.
Golden, an ordained minister, had become burdened for the people of Rwanda and was inspired by the signs of forgiveness and healing he saw happening among them. He wanted to find a way for his North American church plant to come alongside the Rwandan people and support them socially, economically and spiritually.
“Coffee was the answer,” he says. “Through this model, we bless and create value in their work and demonstrate the gospel of grace and reconciliation.”
Partnering with coffee-growing villages around the world is transforming lives.
“For us, coffee is a highway of trade into communities to make sustainable change that begins by providing farmers with a fair living wage,” Golden says. “Through our community trade model, we’re able to invest in villages by building a school [and] providing food, orphan care and coffee-production training.”
Seven years after its inception, Land of a Thousand Hills now helps communities in Rwanda, Haiti and Thailand, providing a living wage for more than 10,000 farmers and their families. Golden and his team continue to partner with people and churches who commit to brewing good coffee in order to fuel even more good work.
Golden says it’s easy to do good—“Especially when it [involves] good coffee.”
After a group of intercessors began to pray for their nation amazing results occurred including, a shift toward Biblical values, government's national repentance, and political backing to fight human trafficking and abortion. Be inspired to change your nation through prayer.
From rallying Canadians for mass prayer to reaching Hollywood on her knees to fighting abortion, Faytene Grasseschi leads a unique movement of activist intercession. Now her call to an entire nation in transition is crossing borders.
There are often plenty of excuses for not giving to the poor, but our opinions should not supersede the word of God. God cares for the poor among us. Here's why you must care for them, too.
Not long ago boarded-up businesses filled Clevelands downtown Slavic Village, which led the nation in foreclosures and became a national symbol of the recession. Now a church is taking back the area.
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