Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Baylis Story

A Brief introduction to the Baylis family’s story The following information pertains to one particular family who has been subjected to human trafficking. Currently in the world, a rough estimate of people being trafficked soars at a whopping 12.3 million and … Continue reading

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Evangelist Greg Laurie Disappointed Angelina Jolie Won’t Include Louis Zamperini’s Faith Story In “Unbroken” Movie

Originally posted on BCNN1 WP:
Angelina Jolie and Louis ZamperiniUNIVERSAL PICTURES Evangelist Greg Laurie, who knew World War II hero Louis Zamperini well through public interviews and time spent together privately before he died on July 2, said he was…

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Forced Pastoral Terminations Happen Often, But Experts Say They Can Be Avoided

Originally posted on BCNN1 WP:
Image from iStock. Graphic by Laura Erlanson. As many as four in ten pastors will be forced to leave a church — either by firing or pressured resignation — at least once during their ministry…

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Toleration & Apathy is NOT our friend…it KILLS.

Originally posted on The Christian Gazette:
I’ve written often of the hatred of human life from those that consider toleration to be more important than what God has created. We are a society of drones rather than children of God.…

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OPEN LETTER re CSA Inquiry: survivor, whistleblower and victims of 5 Police Forces

Originally posted on Victims Unite!:
English: Anti-paedophilia logo from the National Revival of Poland (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Dear Home Secretary OPEN LETTER re CSA Inquiry: survivor, whistleblower and victims of 5 Police Forces In the wake of your good intentions…

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4 Assemblies of God Pastors Have Died from Ebola Outbreak In Liberia

Originally posted on BCNN1 WP:
Medical workers put on their protective gear before entering an isolation area at an Ebola treatment center in Kailahun, Sierra Leone. (Reuters/Tommy Trenchard) Considered one of the largest outbreaks of its kind in history, the…

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The Call for a President of Black America

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Former NAACP President Benjamin Jealous, the Rev. Al Sharpton and the Rev. Jesse Jackson march with Trayvon Martin supporters through the historically African-American community of Goldsboro on their way to an NAACP rally in front…

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