Six Sacks of Idols







01Jun

Mobile Phone Wars

It is certainly disconcerting to learn that certain components in your laptop computer and mobile phone might be contributing to a faraway African war. But to meet women who've suffered unimaginably in that faraway war made me want to find out for certain if what I heard was true. Is the laptop I use to serve suffering saints inadvertently causing them to run for their lives?

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01Jun

Miracle Maize Multiplication

You don't need a master's degree in mathematics to figure out that the maize of some farmers is multiplying in Malawi. Some fields that previously yielded 7 sacks of maize (what we refer to as corn) are now yielding 70 sacks—a ten-fold increase!

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01Jun

WANTED: Dead, Not Alive

When witchdoctors want your children's body parts, you don't sleep well at night. William and Elizabeth Toen, followers of Christ who live in rural Kenya, have experienced that fear on behalf of three of their five children...all because of the color of their skin. Neema, age 13, Abegal, age 6, and Ruth, age 2, all suffer with albinism, a rare genetic condition characterized by a complete or partial absence of pigment in one's skin, hair and eyes. Those with albinism often suffer some degree of visual impairment. All are very susceptible to sunburn.

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01Jun

Dear Pastor, Will You Repent With Me?

The greatest crisis I faced during my two decades as a pastor was not the result of a disagreeable deacon, a financial deficit, an egocentric worship leader, or a church gossip. Rather, it was due to an encounter with the Holy Spirit and God's Word.

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