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Is it Reasonable to Believe in Jesus’ Resurrection?

As a pastor, there have been times in the past where the question I addressed on Easter morning was “did the resurrection of Jesus happen?”  It

April 16, 2017

Christians &Prison Reform

In the early 19th century, evangelicals were at the forefront of prison reform—England’s Elizabeth Fry being a foremost example. Today, while many

August 30, 2016

Heroes: Robert Raikes

Robert knelt beside his father's grave after the funeral. Where would he go now? What would he do with his life? He'd always worked beside his father

June 2, 2016

Saint Patrick

A FLEET OF 50 CURRACHS (longboats) weaved its way toward the shore, where a young Roman Brit and his family walked. His name was Patricius, the 16-yea

March 16, 2016

Mother Teresa – The Cost and Gift of Love

[On February 3, 1994 in Washington, DC, Mother Teresa of Calcutta gave a speech at the National Prayer Breakfast.  Here is what she had to say.] O

February 23, 2016

Remembering Ugandan Martyrs

THE CHURCH IN UGANDA was born in blood when King Mwanga martyred Bishop James Hannington and forty high-placed Catholic Ugandans in the 19th century.

January 27, 2016
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