It is true that the rhetoric has to become less hostile across the board, but, lest we be guilty of false equivalency, we must stay vigilant to call out all attempts to subtly or overtly blame ethnic groups or religious groups for the misfortunes of our society. History shows us that only leads to one place: the justification of violence and hatred.
Ever wonder what it would be like to visit someplace back in time? I have. Here’s the next best thing… a video of how Ninevah might have looked in 668 to 627 B.C.
Worship Jesus with our Hindi brothers and sisters in India. The band is Worship Warriors, founded by Gopal Masih. I believe the title of this song, Mahima Gayen Hum, means something about giving glory.
Darlene Deibler Rose endured beatings, solitary confinement on death row, and malnutrition as well as separation from, and the death of, her husband, Russell. Darlene’s love for God and for others, her prayers, her witness through holy living and through her words are an inspiration.
This quote about prayer and thankfulness in the life of Daniel comes from blogger, Ann Voskamp.
Actor Max McLean wrote his play, C.S. Lewis On Stage – The Most Reluctant Convert, using C.S. Lewis’s own words. Watching McLean’s performance, I really sensed the mental path Lewis took from atheist to a theist, and then to a true follower of Christ. Lewis called himself the most reluctant convert in all England.