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What I Would Have Added to the Royal Wedding

What I Would Have Added to the Royal Wedding
There was much in the wedding to celebrate. But I would have added a vital element to the ceremony.

Spreading the Gospel Globally---through Healthcare

Spreading the Gospel Globally---through Healthcare
Throughout the centuries, the Christian church has been involved in health care. Jesus healed the sick, showed compassion to the needy, and told us to go and do likewise.

How to Be a Justice Seeker in a World Filled with Injustice

How to Be a Justice Seeker in a World Filled with Injustice

Injustice fills today’s headlines. Christians are hunted and killed in Somalia. Men are auctioned off as slaves in Libya. Imperfect babies are murdered in Iceland. Gang violence claims the lives of young men in America. Daughters are discarded in India for not being sons. Orphans are transported across borders and forced into prostitution in Nepal.

I’m heartbroken for the vulnerable people who endure injustice. The Lord opened my eyes to injustice and oppression a few years ago. In his mercy, he rescued me from my bubble of indifference, safety, and comfort. I was aware of oppression, but not personally affected by it. Knowing my four sons slept comfortably in their warm beds led to my own peaceful sleep. Injustice was easy to ignore with my egocentric worldview. But God.

With the Holy Spirit’s prompting, I began to wonder about the many mothers worldwide who are denied peaceful sleep because their children have been trafficked. I began to feel burdened for families without access to the gospel, clean water, food, and security. I repented of my indifference toward the plight of the vulnerable. He changed me and redirected my priorities. I wanted to be a seeker of justice and corrector of oppression (Isa. 1:17).

There are many ways to obey God’s good command to seek justice. Here are a few suggestions:

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Thousands Coming to Christ through Billy Graham's Legacy, Even after His Death

Thousands Coming to Christ through Billy Graham's Legacy, Even after His Death
Christianity Today has reported that, although Graham’s funeral was hailed as his “last crusade,” his evangelism did not end when he took his last breath.

I Have to Talk about Billy Graham: We All Have a Story to Tell

I Have to Talk about Billy Graham: We All Have a Story to Tell
I was out of the country when Billy Graham died, so I did not get to tell you my thoughts about this amazing man of God. But if I keep silent, the stones may cry out.

Billy Graham Will Be Laid to Rest Today--2,000 People Attending Funeral Service

Billy Graham Will Be Laid to Rest Today--2,000 People Attending Funeral Service
Beloved evangelist the Rev. Billy Graham will be laid to rest today, March 2nd. His funeral service is being held in Charlotte at the Billy Graham Library.

Where Did Billy Graham Preach and What Was His Largest Crowd?

Where Did Billy Graham Preach and What Was His Largest Crowd?
Evangelist Billy Graham gained attention in 1949, with a crusade in Los Angeles. Across the decades, he preached to more than 210 million people in more than 185 countries across the world, according to the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.

‘Just As I Am’ Was Billy Graham’s Signature Hymn

‘Just As I Am’ Was Billy Graham’s Signature Hymn
For evangelist Billy Graham, it all came down to the “invitation,” the climactic point at the end of his crusades when he invited people to leave their seats and “make a decision for Christ.”

Remembering Billy Graham: America’s Pastor Goes Home

Remembering Billy Graham: America’s Pastor Goes Home
The world’s greatest evangelist died early Wednesday morning. Here are some thoughts, including from the late Chuck Colson, on the Rev. Billy Graham.