04
OCT
2013

As Christians Rise or Fall…

As Christians Rise or Fall, So Do 100 Country Credit Ratings Here’s a study that links the increased percentage of Christians in a nation to an increase in its economic wellbeing. In fact, an increase in the number of evangelicals seems to have the most impact. What do you think of it
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28
SEP
2013

To Stand for Reconciliation and Friendship (Axel Schoeber)

In the pouring rain, 70,000 people walked on Sunday morning (September 22) to stand for reconciliation and friendship with First Nations in our country. The turnout, despite the weather, exceeded the dream of the native elder who initiated the idea by 60,000 and the hopes of the organ
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17
JUL
2013

A Half Day in Prayer (Axel Schoeber)

As a young pastor, I was often perplexed over the complexities of church life. The obvious benefit of laying hold of Christ and the ways of the Kingdom apparently weren’t so obvious to others. I would sometimes battle discouragement, and sometimes find myself genuinely confused over t
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02
JUL
2013

Books for the Beach (Axel Schoeber)

Why would I be surprised? The church historian (just got his Ph.D. to complement his D.Min.) would like to sit beachside with John Calvin. Some of you may prefer “Crossroads” by Paul Young of “The Shack” fame, or the novel “A Secret Kept” by Tatiana
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