Tiny Christian Church in Holy War with Islam
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A local pastor at a tiny church in Hood River, Oregon, a small town on the banks of the Columbia River, is taking on the world’s fastest growing religion and not backing down.
The Rev. Michael Harrington, 74, leads the Belmont Drive Missionary Baptist Church in a rural outpost along I-84 about an hour and 10 minutes east of Portland.
Christian Leader: Don't Share Faith with Muslims
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Keep it to yourself 'unless asked'
Britain’s highest-ranking man of the cloth, the archbishop of Canterbury, said Christians should not share their faith with Muslims and other non-Christians unless they are asked.
The Shaking Continues: The Most Dangerous Volcano In Mexico Has Erupted In Spectacular Fashion
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More than 25 million people live in the vicinity of Mt. Popocatepetl, including Mexico City’s 18 million residents.
Nature Calms the Brain and Heals the Body
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By David Suzuki
For the most part, our brains didn’t evolve in cities. But in a few decades, almost 70 percent of the world’s people will live in urban environments. Despite the prosperity we associate with cities, urbanization presents major health challenges. Cities, with their accelerated pace of life, can be stressful. The results are seen in the brains and behavior of those raised in cities or currently living in one.
Why Doesn't the Church Offer More Teaching on Dreams, Deliverance or Miracles?
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Question: Why doesn't my church take dreams seriously? I have lots of dreams.
In the Bible, God gave dreams that provided counsel, guidance, gifts and promises. I want this! Why isn't there more training on it? I don't want to have to go to the New Age movement to learn about the supernatural.
We Love 'Disruptors'
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But It's Regular People Who Keep the World Afloat
This week, Fortune magazine pointed to a provocative essay by Lee Vinsel and Andrew Russell titled Hail the maintainers, which says that as a society, we are overvaluing innovators and desperately undervaluing the engineers, cleaners, repair technicians and service personnel that keep everything running.