As millions of Christians flee the Middle East and Christianity’s original homeland becomes lacking of Christians at increasing rates, an odd anomaly is occurring: Christianity in the Gulf states is surging. Amid a shocking exodus in neighbouring countries, this strictly Islamic region has seen a jump in its Christian population.
Source: Hub Pulpit Magazine
Pastor Anwar Fazal touching millions in Pakistan by sharing the Gospel in the Islam dominated country. Senior Pastor Anwar Fazal from Eternal Life Ministries (ELM) in Pakistan arranges a big Healing Crusade every Wednesday in Lahore, and thousands of People attend every week in Lahore. It is reported as the biggest Healing Meetings in Pakistan by far. Gospel will not stop, but it will go to the ends of the world.
At one rally in Pakistan 10,000 Muslims accepted Christ in one night, and over the course of the week-long rally there were many miraculous healings and more than 150,000 Muslims were saved out of 200,000 that attended. The personage of Christ himself has been appearing to Muslims across the Middle East in the form of visions, proclaiming that He is indeed the King of King and Lord of Lords, and that He will soon be returning to claim His throne.
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Source: World Revival Network
By J.D. King
The churning, tempestuous world looks remarkably different than many imagine. This is undoubtedly true if you're an average American.
In the darkest corners of the Middle-East there’s a revival beginning that's unprecedented in the history of world missions. I've previously reflected on it hereand here, but I wanted to take this amazing story further than before.
Source: Charisma News
By: ERIC OGREN/BGEA
The tropical island of Cebu—and its namesake city—with its blue waters, beautiful coastline and balmy climate, has been called many things. "The Queen City of the South," the birthplace of Catholicism in the Philippines, the site of Ferdinand Magellan's landing, and—ultimately—his death at the hands of warrior chief Lapu Lapu.
Pastor Trifon Brady had another description. He called it a hard place, especially for someone like Will Graham.
"This is one of the hard places in the Philippines in terms of evangelism," he said. "They're religious in a sense that they're trying to follow religion, but they don't have a relationship with Christ.
Across the country, churches are encouraging everyone to attend services on this particular day. Listen to K-LOVE's Bob Dittman as he shares the story. (National Back to Church Sunday)
Source: CBN News
Through dreams and visions Muslims are coming to Christ by the droves.
CBN Sr. International Reporter Gary Lane chats about this and more with David Garrison author of Wind in the House of Islam.
Ty Mays : Nov 15, 2013 : Unfinished Magazine
"With more than 71 million claiming Christianity, India is now the eighth largest Christian nation in the world." -Dick McClain, The Mission Society
(Norcross, GA)—Christianity in India is growing at a rapid rate among middle and high caste Indians and young people, according to the latest issue of "Unfinished" magazine, which examines social, economic and cultural trends in the "new India."
Original Article: Charisma News
Delaware is considered the sixth most dangerous state in America by the FBI statistics for rape, robbery, murder and aggravated assault. In Delaware, the city of Wilmington is the crime leader and considered one of the most (if not the most) violent cities in the United States for its size (71,000). Judy Johnson Park is considered the most dangerous park in the city
OREGON SENIOR COMMUNITY PERSONALLY INVITED TO WATCH BILLY GRAHAM
November 1, 2013 - Eldora Lowry, 97, wants friends and neighbors to watch her favorite evangelist on TV this month. Using her walker and a golf cart, she delivered My Hope invitations to 60 people in her senior living community.
Original Article: Inspire
Thousands of Christian children pray to become change-makers in EgyptIan a country rocked by change and division, some 1,400 eight to fourteen-year-old Egyptian children last week gathered to worship and ask God to change them to be the salt and light for Jesus in their communities.
The first ever One Thing Kids festival was held at the desert oasis of Wadi El Natroun from 16-18 July and televised live by Christian broadcaster SAT-7.
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