Japanese Christians, although a small minority of the battered Asian nation’s populace, gathered in churches and Bible studies Sunday to pray for those still missing after the March 11 earthquake – now listed as 9.0 in magnitude – and tsunami.
In response to today’s earthquake that shattered Japan, and believed to be the world’s fifth strongest since 1900, ECFA (Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability) has created a link on its homepage for givers to connect with member organizations already assisting or poised to assist in massive relief efforts there.
The merger of churches is gaining popularity for
At North Point Ministries we have built a video broadcast system that
Faith Comes By Hearing started their Military BibleStick project in 2008, when several chaplains asked if a version of their regular BibleStick could be retooled to meet military specifications.
On several occasions I’ve had the privilege of being part of a great team whether it was sports or at work. As much as I desired to have those times go on forever, the reality is that just doesn’t happen.
I see the same each year in baseball. When they need to pull someone up to the majors, they call on the farm team. The whole purpose of the farm team is to provide training and experience for players. At any given time any successful player could possibly move up. This isn’t only for sports, as some business schools are referred to as farm clubs for the business world.
To prepare for the impossible may seem like an unlikely assignment.
Among the highlights of this issue is an interview with Rick Lemons, senior pastor of Fellowship Bible Church of Forney, TX who used NASCAR as the basis for a sermon series. Also included are two stories that highlight the unfortunate problems of embezzlement and fraud that are still taking place at churches.
Every church has someone or a group in charge of safety.