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Haiti’s Untold History of Missions

To understand the island nation’s crisis and what evangelicals must do now, start with what we didn’t do. Right now, the Western Hemisphere’s second-oldest republic is collapsing. Militant gangs in Haiti control most of the capital, Port-au-Prince, and significant territory in other cities. They extract bribes at gunpoint for every case of diapers, bag of...

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The King’s College Faces Threat of Closure

One of the few evangelical colleges in New York City is in sudden financial crisis, and students are planning for a possible shutdown. The financial crisis in Christian higher education has hit The King’s College, a Christian liberal arts school in New York City, with the school saying it needs $2.6 million to finish this...

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It’s Time to Correct Your Negative Stereotypes About Haiti

What this Jamaican missionary loves about the island—and wishes more Western media and donors knew about it. Haiti and Jamaica sit less than 350 miles apart from one another in the Caribbean Sea. But growing up in Kingston, Jamaica, Claudia Charlot learned little about her Creole-speaking neighbors until the man she later married came to...

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The Prophet Who Tells Us to Pay Attention

Habakkuk also lived in a time of injustice—and just like him, we must not look away. In the Old Testament, prophets were God’s spokespeople who told it to his people straight—we must pay attention. The Bible paints the prophets as those who jolt us awake and force us to see what is happening and what...

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22,000 Indian Christians Peacefully Protest Rising Persecution at Historic Delhi Gathering

Leaders demand the government crack down on violence against the church: “We are not asking for anything out of the ordinary.” India’s church is exhausted by the surge of anticonversion laws and accusations of illegal proselytization. They’re tired of mobs driving out Christians from their villages and the possibility that many face property destruction and...

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Seeing God’s Grace in a Broken World (Part 2 of 2)

Dr. Tim Muehlhoff returns to share how God provides us with miracles in our everyday lives. He proves that through science, communication, and even war, God’s sovereign hand is on us at all times, and His grace abounds. (Part 2 of 2) Receive the book “Eyes to See” for our donation of any amount: https://donate.focusonthefamily.com/don-daily-broadcast-product-2023-02-27?refcd=1617503...

February 28, 2023February 28, 2023by
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Seeing God’s Grace in a Broken World (Part 2 of 2)

Dr. Tim Muehlhoff returns to share how God provides us with miracles in our everyday lives. He proves that through science, communication, and even war, God’s sovereign hand is on us at all times, and His grace abounds. (Part 1 of 2)   Receive the book “Eyes to See” for our donation of any amount:...

February 28, 2023February 28, 2023by
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22,000 Indian Christians Peacefully Protest Rising Persecution at Historic Delhi Gathering

Leaders demand the government crack down on violence against the church: “We are not asking for anything out of the ordinary.” India’s church is exhausted by the surge of anti-conversion laws and accusations of illegal proselytization. They’re tired of mobs driving out Christians from their villages and the possibility that many face property destruction and...

February 27, 2023February 27, 2023by
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‘Lift Every Voice and Sing’ Continues Its Steady Beat

Written as a hymn for Black middle schoolers, the song’s celebration of resilient faith still resonates. I was in elementary school when I learned the words to all three verses of “Lift Every Voice and Sing.” As a Black adolescent in the Leimert Park neighborhood of Los Angeles—made famous by movies such as Boyz n...

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Human Beings Are Stewards, Not Slaves to God

The biblical concept of imago Dei sets the Judeo-Christian narrative apart from other ancient origin stories. Recently, there have been discussions about the core identity of humankind—whether we are first and foremost sinners in need of a Savior, or whether God has created us with a nature that is fundamentally good. This is a deeply...

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