Category Archives: Christian Mission

It is finished!

Greg Laurie  expounds on John 19:30, “When Jesus had tasted it, he said, “It is finished!” Then he bowed his head and released his spirit.” Says Laurie, “The cross was the goal of Jesus from the very beginning.” How right … Continue reading

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Scheer Memorial Hospital Helps In Nepal Tragedy

It’s good to read of Adventist Hospitals in the news. Nepal’s Scheer Adventist Hospital was another that was new to me until the earthquake; then I read that it is partnering ADRA, which we have all been raising funds for in … Continue reading

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Masanga Hospital In Fight Against Ebola Virus

The Ebola Virus crisis is not yet under control. There are varying reports on casualties but Wikipedia reports over 10,000 deaths in West Africa, but the Ebola tragedy is much bigger than those numbers as the previous post suggests; the stigma associated … Continue reading

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ADRA Helps In The Ebola Virus Crisis 

Volunteer nurse, Pauline Cafferkey’s condition and experience had been life-threatening on her return from Sierra Leone at the end of December. Although now recovered she was struck by the dreaded ebola virus she had volunteered with others to combat . … Continue reading

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Hannah More Biography

The website Breakpoint is promoting a recent biography of Hannah More. Her grave is just up the road from where I live.  Breakpoint think she is much forgotten. “You see,” says Eric Metaxas, “Hannah More is one of those people … Continue reading

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Waterloo Adventist Hospital Staff  Die From Ebola

Waterloo Adventist Hospital and Cooper Adventist Hospital in Liberia are reported to have closed and under quarantine due to the Ebola Virus, which has claimed the lives of three of the staff at the Waterloo hospital. Says Adventist Health International: … Continue reading

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No More Death!

This Week, Monday 4 August 2014, was the commemoration of 37 million casualties! – the total number of military and civilian casualties in World War I. There were over 16 million deaths and 20 million wounded, ranking it among the deadliest conflicts in human history according to … Continue reading

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China’s Largest NGO Is Christianity!

There are five things you need to know about faith in China, says Evan Osnos, and one is that Christianity is China’s largest non-governmental organisation. 3) Christianity: China’s largest N.G.O. “The Chinese constitution guarantees freedom of religion, but the right … Continue reading

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Believers Consume Fewer Drugs Than Atheists

I was a teenager when my father described to me his battle to give up smoking when he became a Christian. I thought of him as a tough determined character but he said he actually cried when he threw his … Continue reading

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China’s ‘Human Rights’ Great Escapist

“The story of Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng is the stuff of which movies are made: illiterate until he was in his 20s, he not only taught himself how to read, he taught himself the intricacies of Chinese law. “He used … Continue reading

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