Prayer

All crossings closed, Gaza is totally isolated from the world

The Israeli response comes at the height of movement of goods, funds and building materials for the rehabilitation of the thousands of homes and buildings damaged or destroyed during the summer fighting. It “joins” the closure of the Rafah crossing on the Egyptian side, and is in practice totally disconnects Gaza from the rest of […]

The Want for True Leadership

Randy Munter, at The Old Time Gospel website, posted his latest editorial a few weeks ago. As TOTG is, and has been set as my home page for years I see it first-thing everyday and have read the latest editorial more then once. Why do I find myself rereading it? – call it spiritual hunger. […]

The Kneeling Christian

Shared from The Old Time Gospel by An Unknown Christian Prayer is much more than merely asking God for something, although that is a very valuable part of prayer if only because it reminds us of our utter dependence upon God. It is also communion with God – talking with Him, not only to Him. We […]

The Most Dangerous Prayer

Good article by a guest columnist at the CP, The Most Dangerous Prayer for Pastors I don’t think you could say more dangerous words than those found in the Lord’s Prayer. I don’t think you could pray a more radical prayer. Probably most of us, even in ministry, would hesitate to say these words if […]

Dobson on Obama’s Reelection: ‘Nearly Everything I Have Stood for these Past 35 Years Went Down to Defeat’

Source, James Dobson in his January newsletter for his Family Talk radio program reflected on President Obama’s re-election and the Democrats’ gains in Congress by lamenting that “moral and spiritual issues” took “a beating on November 6th.” “Nearly everything I have stood for these past 35 years went down to defeat,” Dobson said, arguing that […]

Israel, Gaza and the Christian’s Response

The latest, Israel bombarded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip with about 300 airstrikes Saturday and shot down a Palestinian rocket fired at Tel Aviv, the military said, widening a blistering assault to include the Hamas prime minister’s headquarters, a police compound and a vast network of smuggling tunnels. The intensified airstrikes came as Egyptian-led attempts to […]

Pastor Chuck Smith of Calvary Chapel Battling Lung Cancer

The congregation of Calvary Chapel in Costa Mesa, Calif., was left stunned on the first Sunday service of the new year when Senior Pastor Chuck Smith announced that he has been battling lung cancer. Following Sunday’s service at the church, Smith’s son-in-law, Brian Brodersen, and other pastors joined together to anoint Smith with oil and […]

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