Month: August 2016

The battle for the White House
Church & State

The battle for the White House

American Christians are divided amongst themselves over who to vote for and in a battle with their very consciences.  The Republican and Democratic conventions are over. The stage is set for an election in November that will decide the future of America. The battle for the White House has begun in […]

Susan Kimberly Jones

Gunned Down: Wedgewood Baptist Church 1999

“This is an opportunity to tell the world about Kim’s love of the Lord.”  These remarkable words were spoken at the funeral of 23-year-old Susan Kimberly Jones by her grieving mother. The graduate from Texas Christian University was one of seven people killed by a gunman who burst into Wedgewood […]

Secretary General of the Anglican Communion. Gavin Drake/ACNS

‘Bible believing Christians can transform Africa

African Anglicans were urged to take a more ‘important and central position’ on the world stage, as Archbishop Josiah Idowu-Fearon, the Secretary General of the Anglican Communion addressed the 12th regional meeting of African Anglicans (Council of the Anglican Provinces of Africa). More than half of the world’s Anglicans live […]

Jesus is the only cure

Jesus is the only cure

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.  (John.3:16 ) If you believe in Jesus you will be saved in this life and in eternity.  It is Jesus who saves us from sin.  I […]