“It speaks to our desire to be reminded that even when we feel like we’re alone in our struggles, we’re not.”
“I’m a big believer in peace and coexistence through economic development.”
Many of us have trouble controlling our use of social media. On our phones, something new always appears and demands our attention. When we get alerts about almost everything that’s going on in the world, it can become extremely distracting.
When it comes to our kids, mobile phones can be both a great blessing and a bit of a curse. Schools are just beginning to outlaw them, but not everyone agrees with the decision.
Brad Huddleston explains the powerful addictive impact of technology and social media on our brains.
E.A Mullen, Guest Writer. The Spiritual Condition in Australia The gap between traditional churches and the community is widening. How can we bridge it? Falling church attendance. The rejection of traditional religion and the embrace of new age spirituality. The demonisation of Christianity by mainstream media leading to a general mistrust of churches. These are common [...]
Dear friends and readers, We know from Scripture and from history that, whenever people earnestly seek God in prayer and put their faith into action, He moves. Today we’re seeing pockets of revival in Africa and America—with the recent Greg Laurie crusade in LA. People coming together in repentance and prayer, and seeing God move. [...]