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Churches Are Uniting to Help Victims of the Texas Flood—and You Can Help

The devastation in southeast Texas is unprecedented. It’s been called an 800-year flood. The damage is beyond description. Many people have lost everything. Thankfully, we have a safety net in this country, and the government will step in to help. But the government can’t do everything, and whatever it does involves paperwork and often, delays. Yet Christians are also responding

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Vision For Israel Offering Support for Terror Victims

Israel, a land of beauty, diversity and wonder, is facing an insurmountable challenge, as it has been since before the modern state was reestablished: caring for and helping heal the brokenhearted. Today, our small nation, a country of nearly 8.7 million people, is caring in varying degrees for an estimated 10,000 living victims of terror attacks. From 1920 until the

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God’s Restoration Prophecy to the Motilone Indians

 Living With the Motilone Until the 1960’s the Motilone Indians (known as a violent stone-age tribe) had little contact with the outside world. They believed in the existence of a single God, and that evil spirits existed in the world. But they believed that God had rejected them for deceiving Him. A man named Sacamaydodji had come to them claiming

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