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What is God doing on our campus!

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On the campuses and universities of America this day begins like every other day but ends in a life altering choice. What day is that? The National Collegiate Day of Prayer, which is the oldest organized prayer meeting in America, occurring on the last Thursday of every February since 1823.

Trickled throughout American history our colleges and universities have been continually blessed and transformed by significant seasons of spiritual awakening. Many of the early records of our most prestigious universities tell the tale of God’s desire to awaken, revive, and impact the next generation of world-changers. Read More

Jesus is Setting the Captives Free!

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Over the week of the Super Bowl, we had the privilege of attending the Justice Rally in Houston, Texas to help lead outreaches with Elijah Rising (from Houston) and Exodus Cry (from Kansas City) to cantinas, Asian spas, strip clubs, on the streets, and online as we reached out to men purchasing women and women who were being sold online with the love of Jesus. Read More

Life in Brazil isn’t all a Carnival

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*This is the first in a two-part series on Brazil.

I didn’t plan on being in Brazil during the world famous “Carnival” season. As a typical American, I thought that Carnival was synonymous with Rio, but I soon learned that Carnival happens all over Brazil. Here I was in the 2nd biggest Carnival city, Recife. One day my host was taking me to a nearby restaurant, and there was a huge traffic jam full of people on their way to the celebrations in a not so near beach. Welcome to Brazil during Carnival! Read More

The Passion of a Converted Muslim

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By: Wayne and Arlene Wilson

In the goodness of God we have the privilege of working with pastors and Christian workers from a number of denominations in the West African nation of Ghana, specifically in the Northern Region. One of the Christian leaders we minister with is Rev. Immanuel Issa. Rev. Issa is a member of the Dagomba tribe, which is said to be 80-85% Muslim. Not surprisingly, Rev. Issa was born into a Muslim family and later became a follower of Jesus despite the persecution he faced. Read More

Sharing The Gospel With Ignorant Unbelievers

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EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is the last in a five-part series about the characteristics of unbelief. Not everyone who declines to worship Jesus does so out of ignorance, but some do. When the Apostle Peter first proclaimed the Gospel in Jerusalem after Jesus’ ascension, he conceded that many of those responsible for Christ’s death “acted in ignorance.” How could Jesus’ contemporaries have been some oblivious to His identity? Read More

Edge of a War-zone!

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Sometimes the sheer grace and mercy of Him who loves us is far too much to take in. God is able to do exceedingly abundantly more than we can ask, think, and dream. There are moments in this life when the veil is torn, our eyes opened with the blinding light of truth, and our hearts know in a deeper way the joy given to returning prodigals. Read More

I Want This, Forever!!

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What do you want?…No, seriously. Stop and think about it.. God responds to the desires of humans. An image… a place among the successful…something that fills? We recently revisited a woman’s apartment at a place where the Shores of Grace team ministers weekly. Our friend’s story is rather long, but the background consists of abuse, prostitution, alcoholism, drugs and deep depression. In other visits, deliverance, with her permission, has taken place in her tiny living space. As she had been on a journey of trying to fill her life with anything and everything, she finally came to a breaking point. As we have walked with her for months now, we have seen the testimony of God’s power to transform her life after several continued encounters with the love of Father God through the Holy Spirit.. She made the choice months ago: “I want this”. As she has sought out a relationship with God, God has absolutely responded in faithfulness to her as He declares He will, “You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart” (Jer. 29:13). Read More

Amidst Tragedy the Body of Christ Steps in

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Our church is always looking for places to serve and people to help. Last November we found out about two sisters that just lost their mother. Andria 25 and Diana 17. Their step dad killed their mom when they were all at home and the girls could have been killed too. By the grace of God they were left unharmed. The step dad went to prison and the girls were left alone at home. Read More

Medical Day Brings Healing

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Back in June of 2016 I had the opportunity to host a medical day at our church near General Santos City, Philippines. There were people showing up for over 4 hours and they had things from clogged ears, high blood pressure, gastric pain, pregnancy concerns, a broken wrist and the focus of our story, a diabetic ulcer. The diabetic ulcer wasn’t even someone who came to the actual clinic day. Read More

Safe Home Parents

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** The following is the first of a two-part installment of articles written by Safe Home parents. Safe homes are created to help bring love, support, healing and protection for young people who have been abused and trafficked.

Our 10 days between serving at the safe house is over and it’s time to go back in.  We will leave at 6:30am with hot coffee, the dog, lots of bags for our ladies, and 2 suit cases full of clothes.  The ride in is always quiet and peaceful for us.  We like to worship and listen to praise music to help prepare for our “landing”. Read More