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March 25, 2015
Whether you like loud, wild Irish worship parties or prefer Bach’s Soli Deo Gloria, you will want to pray this with Rend Collective, the spiritual descendants of the Bangor monks’ perpetual worship: “Build Your kingdom here. Let the darkness fear. Show Your mighty hand. Heal our streets and land.”
March 16, 2015
Pakistani Christians have turned the other cheek and have no cheeks left to turn. Who is championing their cause? Their greatest champion was murdered for trying to bring religious freedom to the country.
March 13, 2015
Are you sickened by what ISIS is doing, and sick of people talking about ISIS and not doing anything? We have an organized plan to engage together in a 4Actions/4Friends/4ISISDefeat campaign.
February 28, 2015
We have quickly discovered the truth about ISIS. But, as I mentioned here, ISIS is not alone in caliphate-building, nor are they the first Islamist group to revive the agenda and methods of the war-time Mohammed. The…
February 24, 2015
To provide more understanding about the Islamic State, and how to pray against the demonic forces that control them, here described are four articles that you should read, along with my annotations!
February 17, 2015
You can help declare we do not want to “counter violent extremism” we want to #DefeatJihad, Wed, Feb 18, as part of Twitter Rally to shed light on the Countering Violent Extremism Summit at the White House.
February 17, 2015
We must remember the bigger picture: A global caliphate, a world dominated by Islam, is the goal of IS and other Islamist groups.
February 16, 2015
Christians and other minorities in Iraq cannot wait for the United States government to grasp adequately the ideology behind what it terms “violent extremism.”
February 10, 2015
As President Obama condemned slavery in America, and the head of slave raids in South Sudan sat listening as an honored guest, we protesters stood outside as a witness to that outrage.
January 30, 2015
Much spiritual warfare seems focused on personal and “culture war” issues, and evangelism, not issues beyond our borders. We need spiritual warfare waged on behalf of the persecuted church.