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April 2011 Archives

As my area continues to return to normal following this week’s tornadoes, I thought I’d share some images from my friends at Samaritan’s Purse from their work in North Carolina. Please continue to pray for those affected by these storms. […]

Two nights ago, my family and I huddled in the bathroom in the center of our home as tornadoes ripped through much of the Southern United States. While we survived with only minor tree damage and some major hail, only […]

Activist Faith co-founder Dan King shares about the power of prayer from his recent trip to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. What can you learn from this idea? +++ This experience in Santo Domingo was totally unexpected. Our team was down […]

My friends at Open Door International just sent me this update on Iraqi Christian today: SANTA ANA, Calif. (April 11, 2011) – “If this exodus is not stopped, Iraq will not have any Christians left in three years.” This statement […]

For those who participated in the Fatherless Generation study at BibleDude.net with Activist Faith co-founder Dan King and friends, it was an amazing experience. The book’s author, John Sowers, offers a few closing thoughts, along with a riveting video on […]

I began to write an article about praying for the Chinese believers arrested on Easter. Then I realized we could do something about it in addition to praying. So I started a petition, sent to our President, Senate, and Congress, […]

1 After the Sabbath, at dawn on the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went to look at the tomb. 2 There was a violent earthquake, for an angel of the Lord came down from […]

In recent years, an organic movement has begun in pockets of the evangelical community to live out James 1:27. All over America, people and churches are discovering opportunities to care for the fatherless in very creative and practical ways. God […]

“I’ll never forget my first night. All of a sudden and without warning, I found myself homeless in Koreatown near downtown Los Angeles. I was sober, but I had no money, no place to go and no one I could […]

According to a new 30 Hour Famine study, almost half (44 percent) of American teens say they’ve become more aware of the needs of others thanks to their social media usage. The survey commissioned by World Vision, a relief and […]