I read about a Chinese student who enrolled decades ago at New York City’s Union Theological Seminary. This poor fellow gets expelled after having a conversion experience with Jesus while enrolled as a seminary student. Out he goes along with having him committed to an asylum as a madman! At least that’s what the article […]
Why does free food taste so good? Scarfing down those yummy tidbit samples roaming the aisles of Costco. After a hospital visit, I’m offered complimentary chow for a week by our insurance provider. Really? Freebies? That’s for me! After patiently (no pun intended) waiting a few days, a big box, filled with pre-packaged frozen meals, […]
How a church is enduring uncertainty and disappointment as many struggle to find a home. Since Wong Siu-yung opened a church for Hong Kong Christians in Taiwan last year, it attracted more than three dozen attendees. But in that time the only Cantonese-speaking church on the island has faced significant turnover. A few congregants returned […]
While restrictions on religion remain, most Arab nations pass the tolerance test enough for Christian ministry to continue. In November, officials in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) made a surprise announcement. Discovered among the white-hot sand dunes of Siniyah Island were the ruins of a 1,400-year-old Christian monastery, likely predating the rise of Islam. Historians […]
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