It is impossible to consider the resurrection of Jesus Christ without thinking of potential applications in the present.
Port au Prince, Haiti. Tuesday. January 12, 2010. 4:53 p.m.It came without warning. No time to prepare"not even time to think about a best reaction. It just happened.
In 2008, I signed up for a Twitter account. I had been watching the development of that technology since its inception by Jack Dorsey in 2006.
A father took his son to a large city museum, thinking that the visit would entertain the boy. But for two hours his son did nothing but sigh and complain.
"Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace" (Luke 2:14).Mother Teresa stood near the podium to receive the acclaimed Nobel Peace Prize.
Keith Wright, former Kansas City District superintendent, will be forever known for his words, "Lost and broken people matter to Jesus."In Luke 15, there are three stories about the lost.
Our mission is working!A pastor came to me with a worried look on his face. I had just completed a "Good News Report" at one of the U.S.
United Methodist Bishop Robert Schnase stated in an address:"We United Methodists must stop blaming societal circumstances and denigrating other religious movements and denominations. God is not finished with United Methodism.
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