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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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Jesus Shine’s Brightly In Us

Jim Gordon, long-time supporter of Calcutta Mercy, recounts his recent visit to Calcutta, India: It was January 2015, and I found myself in Calcutta, India visiting Calcutta Mercy’s ministries. I got to see the city church, hospital, Blind School, Teacher’s Training College, and rural Mercy Schools. I learned many things, but perhaps the most impactful lesson came from India’s children,

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Pro-Life Leaders Call for States to Enforce Civil and Criminal Laws Against Abortionists

Just saying the word “Selma” will forever evoke images of baton wielding, gas-masked police chasing men and women who were marching for the right to vote. Fifty years later, there is a darker story that Selma has to tell. It is one of continued violence that targets black and brown pregnant women. Fr. Terry Gensemer of the Charismatic Episcopal Church

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Finding Joy & “Pockets of Happiness” in a Messed Up World

Once, I was invited to officiate at a “baby dedication” for three little children. I thought about Pope Francis saying we have to minister to everyone, not just about abortion and gay marriage, but everything. That day was a reflection of what I call “God’s garden.” There were agnostics in attendance. There were Catholics, Protestants, and Jews there. I also met

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Black History Month 2015- May We Never Forget

It’s Black History Month 2015. This is a time of remembering the many great contributions of African Americans in the history of our great nation. We have experienced many advances made possible from contributions from members of the African American Community. Beyond the familiar names that we hear every year, advances have been made by countless African American “unsung heroes”

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