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You cannot vanquish a Calvinist. You may think you can, but you cannot. The stones of the great doctrines so fit into each other, that the more pressure there is applied to remove them the more strenuously do they adhere. And you may mark, that you cannot receive one of these doctrines without believing all. - Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-92)
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Grandmother's prayer closet survives powerful tornado that flattened home, killed many

An Alabama grandmother who emerged from the rubble of her home praising God after it was flattened by a powerful tornado earlier this month, wasn't the only thing that survived. The brick walls around 72-year-old Earnestine Reese's prayer closet survived too.

Church pays off nearly $2 million in medical debt for 900 Maryland families

A Maryland church has wiped out nearly $2 million in medical debt impacting about 900 individuals and families across 14 counties in the Old Line state thanks to a generous donation.

Strangers flock to church to honor 9-y-o girl found dead in duffel bag

Scores of strangers were among hundreds who flocked to the St. John Vianney Catholic Church in Hacienda Heights, California, on Monday to honor the life of Trinity Love Jones, a 9-year-old girl whose lifeless body was found stuffed inside a duffel bag earlier this month.

Fox 2000 president made first Christian film 'Breakthrough' before Disney shut down company

Fox 2000 was a casualty of the Disney-Fox merger last week, but before the production company was shut down, Elizabeth Gabler, its president, explained why she wanted to work on "Breakthrough," her first Christian film project.

Trump admin. to expand Mexico City Policy, crack down on funding abortions abroad

The Trump administration is closing a loophole in a policy that prohibits the federal government from funding groups that perform abortions as a form of family planning.

'Day of Mourning' to be held in Virginia's capital to protest Gov. Northam's infanticide remarks

A grassroots movement of repentance inspired by pro-life advocates as a response to the push to liberalize abortion laws in states across the country will be holding a gathering in Richmond, Virginia, on Saturday to fast and pray.

Former USC football player says teammates shredded Bibles he gifted them

A former walk-on for the University of Southern California football team has written a new book that details the struggles he faced trying to share his love for Christ with teammates.

Justin Beiber's Spiritual Struggle

Several pastors voiced their support for Justin Bieber after the singer asked fans to pray for him because he is "struggling a lot."

5 reasons Christians are silent while the innocent suffer

It's easy to look back at previous generations and pass judgment on them. "If I had been there in the days of slavery," we think, "I would have spoken out."

Why Hell still belongs in a Christian worldview

If you think of American Christianity as a pendulum, we're currently at the opposite extreme from the First Great Awakening.

The spiritual pleasures of Lent

Matt Chandler, pastor of the Village Church, has encouraged Christians to abstain from food for Lent to "orient their hearts around the betterness of Jesus above earthly pleasures."

Trump-Signed Bibles: A tradition or a travesty?

President Trump was asked to sign a few Bibles and did so, prompting debates and outrage on social media and elsewhere.

Preaching half the Gospel

Think of the last time you heard a sermon about the kingdom of heaven. Better yet, think of the last conversation you discussed the kingdom of heaven. If you're like most Christians, you may not have an answer.

Unplanned, Planned Parenthood and women's rights

We celebrate the value of all life. But we are also aware of a major bias in our culture that claims that abortion is more empowering to women than life-affirming options.

How a stirring vision from God led this family to adopt 4 kids

It's a story of faith, hope, patience, and perseverance. And it's particularly remarkable considering Jeffrey's initial reluctance to adopt -- something that eventually changed in a dramatic way.

Praying publicly in the name of Jesus

We're living in a time when the name Jesus is ousted from the public arena for so-called reasons of diversity and inclusion.

Democrat Sen. Manchin opposes LGBT non-discrimination bill over transgender issues

West Virginia Democrat Sen. Joe Manchin has broken with his party and spoke out against the Equality Act, saying the pro-LGBT civil rights legislation does not give enough guidance on how public schools should implement protections for trans-identified students.

Hero dog Zero dies protecting family after 16-y-o boy shoots up party

A Houston family says their beloved dog prevented what could have been a bloodbath in their home when it bravely fought with a teenage gunman who wounded several members of their household and eventually took their dog's life during a birthday party.

'Not. Guilty. Move. On!' 5 conservative Christian reactions to the Mueller report

Here are five reactions from notable conservative Christians about the findings of the Mueller report. They include longtime Trump supporters as well as critics of the president.

Candace Cameron Bure says family prays, sticks together in 'hard times' amid Lori Loughlin scandal

"Fuller House" star Candace Cameron Bure sent a message to fans during the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards about the importance of family sticking together during "hard times" amid her costar Lori Loughlin's college admissions scandal.

Lectionary Calendar
Tuesday, March 26th, 2019
the Third Week of Lent
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Today in Christian History
1957
Dr. Basil W. Miller founded the Basil Miller Foundation in Altadena, CA. In 1959 its name was changed to World-Wide Missions.
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Daily Reading Plan
Bible-in-a-Year — NIV
Numbers 21; Song of Solomon 1:1-2:7; Matthew 22:1-22:
When the Canaanite king of Arad, who lived in the Negev, heard that Israel was coming along the road to Atharim, he attacked the Israelites and captured some of them.Then Israel made this vow to the : “If you will deliver these people into our hands, we will totally destroytheir cities.”The listened to Israel’s plea and gave the Canaanites over to them. They completely destroyed them and their towns; so the place was named Hormah.They traveled from Mount Hor along…
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