Tag Archives: persecution

All Because Some Christ Followers Were Willing

In Jerry Trousdale’s book Miraculous Movements, there is a chapter entitled, “The Hardest People Yield the Greatest Results.”  I’d like to share several pages of that chapter with you.  I think they speak for themselves. Sometimes God Calls Us to … Continue reading

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A new manifesto

I imagine if the Apostle Paul had kept a journal prior to meeting Jesus on the Damascus Road, he would’ve written something like this, boasting of his persecution and essentially murder of Christians: I bear witness that this is the … Continue reading

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Will You Love Jahar Tsarnaev?

I found an amazing sermon yesterday entitled “Will You Love Jahar Tsarnaev?” by Pastor Coty Pinckney from Desiring God Community Church in North Carolina. It was preached on April 21—two days after Jahar was captured and the exact day that … Continue reading

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