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Date and time set for Pastor Chuck Smith’s Memorial Service   (Open in a new window)

Source: assistnews.net | 2013-10-09 - 12 month ago
Details of a huge Memorial Service for Chuck Smith, senior pastor of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, California, and the father of the Jesus People Revolution, who passed away at the age of 86, in the early hours of Thursday, October 3, 2013

Syria, Iran and the Shi’ite Crescent   (Open in a new window)

Source: assistnews.net | 2013-10-09 - 12 month ago
The war in Syria is complex and multi-faceted. For the region s religious minorities and all other pro-Assad Syrians it is all about surviving in a state that is secular and free. For the Muslim Brotherhood and other fundamentalist Sunnis, it is...

Albuquerque Homeless to Government on Shutdown: “Do Your Job and Stop Playing with Our Lives.”   (Open in a new window)

Source: assistnews.net | 2013-10-09 - 12 month ago
With the government shutdown on the minds of Americans, we wanted to see what guests at Joy Junction, New Mexico’s largest emergency homeless shelter, thought about the government shutdown showdown and all the political shenanigans.

‘The Totonac People Need the Gospel’ says missionary statesman, Dr. Dale W. Kietzman   (Open in a new window)

Source: assistnews.net | 2013-10-09 - 12 month ago
The hearts of the Totonac Indians, based in the highlands of Mexico, are still being touched by Totonac Christian leader, Felipe Ramos, as he continues the work that began in 1972 as the Totonac Bible Center, Inc.

Links with Jihadists from Somalia Increasingly Bring Battle to Kenyan Soil   (Open in a new window)

Source: assistnews.net | 2013-10-09 - 12 month ago
Two weeks after Somalia-based Islamic extremists attacked a Nairobi shopping mall, Kenya saw another pocket of its territory turned into a battle zone on Oct. 4.

One small gift unlocks the power of forgiveness   (Open in a new window)

Source: assistnews.net | 2013-10-09 - 12 month ago
As Alex knelt on the cool tile floor of Kigali prison, he faced the moment of truth. Could he offer forgiveness to the man who killed close members of his family during the 1994 Rwandan genocide?

The Screwtape Letters on Stage   (Open in a new window)

Source: assistnews.net | 2013-10-09 - 12 month ago
The stage production of C.S. Lewis s bestselling novel and masterpiece of religious satire, The Screwtape Letters, directed by Max McLean, returns to Southern California for two shows.

Pastor Chuck Smith talks about what it will be like to ‘stand there in the presence of a Holy God’   (Open in a new window)

Source: assistnews.net | 2013-10-09 - 12 month ago
Pastor Chuck Smith, who passed away at the age of 86, in the early hours of Thursday, October 3rd, 2013, after a courageous battle with lung cancer, has left behind a moving message about what it will be like to stand before God in heaven.

International Campaign Launches to Save North Korean Refugees   (Open in a new window)

Source: assistnews.net | 2013-10-09 - 12 month ago
The North Korea Freedom Coalition, a nonpartisan organization of over seventy organizations, has launched a campaign calling upon President Xi Jinping of China to end its policy of forcibly repatriating North Korean Refugees.

Recognized Companies Partner to Offer Authors Independent Publishing Services   (Open in a new window)

Source: assistnews.net | 2013-10-09 - 12 month ago
Four established Christian publishing brands have come together to form 1Source and offer authors the ability to work with seasoned editors, production, marketing, and distribution through a major wholesaler.

The Jesus People Revolution   (Open in a new window)

Source: assistnews.net | 2013-10-09 - 12 month ago
Following the news that Chuck Smith, senior pastor of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, California, and the father of the Jesus People Revolution, had passed away at the age of 86, in the early hours of Thursday, October 3, 2013.

What the Witch Couldn’t Fix   (Open in a new window)

Source: assistnews.net | 2013-10-09 - 12 month ago
Habib was his parents’ only son, so they took care that he would pass on their beliefs to his three children. When Habib suddenly became ill, though, it seemed all their efforts over the years might have been for nothing.

SAT-7 NORTH AMERICA™ Brings Arab-American Christians “A Voice from Home”   (Open in a new window)

Source: assistnews.net | 2013-10-09 - 12 month ago
After 17 years of broadcasting the voice of the Arab church and Arab Christians to viewers in the Middle East and North Africa, SAT-7 will launch its new North American television channel on Nov. 3 2013.

South Korea hosts Asia’s largest book festival in Paju   (Open in a new window)

Source: assistnews.net | 2013-10-09 - 12 month ago
Paju Book City, home to some 300 local publishing houses in Paju, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea, has held its annual book-themed festival, focusing on Asian literature and authors.

How a despairing, hate-filled Chinese freedom fighter found Christ   (Open in a new window)

Source: assistnews.net | 2013-10-08 - 12 month ago
He helped organize pro-democracy demonstrations that captured the world’s attention when Chinese authorities massacred hundreds of unarmed students in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square.

What is the Price of Life?   (Open in a new window)

Source: assistnews.net | 2013-10-08 - 12 month ago

Bangladeshi Christians told to close church, convert to Islam   (Open in a new window)

Source: assistnews.net | 2013-10-07 - 12 month ago
A local government official in central Bangladesh has halted the construction of a church, forced Christians to worship at a mosque, and threatened them with eviction from their village unless they renounce their faith.

Vietnamese Religious Leaders Petition for Release of Young Prisoners of Conscience   (Open in a new window)

Source: assistnews.net | 2013-10-07 - 12 month ago
Vietnamese religious leaders have joined together to demand the immediate release of 14 Catholic and Protestant young people detained in connection for their “different political opinions.”

North Korean Defectors to Testify at Hearing in British Parliament   (Open in a new window)

Source: assistnews.net | 2013-10-07 - 12 month ago
Three North Korean defectors will testify at a hearing on human rights in North Korea hosted by the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for North Korea on Oct. 8.

The Total Money Makeover, a proven plan for financial fitness   (Open in a new window)

Source: assistnews.net | 2013-10-07 - 12 month ago
Every adult living in America should read The Total Money Makeover, a proven plan for financial fitness by Dave Ramsey (Nelson Books).

History Distorted By Time: Revisiting Dealey Plaza   (Open in a new window)

Source: assistnews.net | 2013-10-07 - 12 month ago
If you are a Baby Boomer you certainly know where you were and what you were doing when you heard that President Kennedy had been shot ... and then heard he died ... on November 22, 1963.
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