Category Archives: evangelism

A NEW CULTURE SHIFT BEGINNING in our SCHOOLS?


Recently I began to put together reports that one Foster Grandparent quit our school, and at least two teachers in my hearing are now muttering about either looking to change schools, or quit teaching. Not the usual complaining one hears, … Continue reading

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Evangelical church leaders examine ancient liturgical practices


 This event happened earlier this month.  I’ve not seen any details of how it went. Fr. Orthohippo   TOO FORWARD-LOOKINGThe Rev. Ed Gungor: Evangelical churches are more subject to secularism than liturgical churches because they are not connected to their … Continue reading

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An effort with local Chinese church help at Chinese evangelism. How is your Church body doing?


English translation by Nina Tkachuk Dimas Chinese language for Seminarians During the 2013-2014 school year, with the blessing of Metropolitan Ignaty of Khabarovsk and Amur, full-time students at the Khabarovsk Seminary will be introduced to the Chinese language. The purpose … Continue reading

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A reoccurring problem : Asian-Americans troubled by stereotypes from white evangelicals


(RNS) Asian-American Christians are voicing concerns over how they’re depicted by white evangelicals, most recently at a conference hosted by Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church in California. Show caption Paper cutouts of men in various colors photo courtesy mtkang via Shutterstock … Continue reading

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A Mysterious Mass Conversion From Islam to Christianity


A Mysterious Mass Conversion From Islam to Orthodox Christianity in Georgia by OCP on September 19, 2013 in Featured News, News inShare Ian Hamel 19/9/13 Oumma.com In 1991, 75% of Adjarians in Georgia were Muslims. Today, they have become 75% … Continue reading

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Lutherans Elect Elizabeth Eaton First Female Presiding Bishop(ess)


It finally had to happen.  The ELCA lutherans followed the pattern of other denominations and churches making accommodation to popular culture. This group, to which I once belonged in a predecessor group (the ULCA then LCA) has made relationships with … Continue reading

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Pope Francis Embraces the Ordinariate and Increases its power


Sent in by Timothy from the fine Catholic Bibles Blog: Pope Francis Embraces the Ordinariate – and increases its power to evangelise: Original article here Opponents of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, set up by Benedict XVI … Continue reading

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Church of England considering ‘champagne christenings’ to attract lax parishioners (After all, champagne does have water in it, I guess.)


Home» News» Religion – The Telegraph The Church of England is considering offering “champagne” christenings based on wedding receptions to attract people who rarely attend their local parish. By John Bingham 6:00AM BST 30 Jun 2013 A new style of … Continue reading

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A Far Journey – Former Taliban From Afghanistan Baptized at the Monastic Republic of Mount Atho


by OCP on June 14, 2013 in Featured News, News MYSTAGOGY Source link is at article ending with many more pictures   13/6/13  (US dating: 6/13/13) Ahmed was born and raised in a village in Afghanistan in the middle of … Continue reading

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British Christianity dying while Islam thrives?…… Why?


Why?  Includes a podcast A typical congregation? New analysis of the 2011 census makes horrible reading for the Churches – attendance down 15 per cent in a decade. Meanwhile, one in 10 young Britons is a Muslim. In this week’s … Continue reading

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