We’re Responsible For Killing Our Own Giants
Mar16

We’re Responsible For Killing Our Own Giants

By Randy Bozarth This article was originally published in the July 1998 issue of Christ For The Nations magazine. There is a popular saying: “Wherever you go … there you are!” It means that wherever you go, you still have to face yourself. There is a subtle disease in the body of Christ today—a victim mentality which says, “I can’t do this because something stands in my way. I can’t do this because this person...

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BIBLE SMUGGLER + RADICAL FOLLOWER OF JESUS
Mar16

BIBLE SMUGGLER + RADICAL FOLLOWER OF JESUS

By Michelle Ofori-Ansah When we think of a “minister of the Gospel,” we typically think of an apostle, prophet, evangelist, pastor or teacher. It’s unlikely we would think of the word smuggler, let alone a Bible smuggler. However, for CFNI alumnus Patrick Klein that is a large part of his calling, and he is anointed for it. For over 20 years, Patrick Klein has helped deliver over 1 million Bibles around the world through some of the...

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If We Remember Zion
Mar07

If We Remember Zion

By Maria Erokhina One of the most remarkable things about the recent inauguration of the 45th American President, Donald Trump, was the prayer of Rabbi Marvin Hier. It was the first time since 1985 that a rabbi invoked a blessing at such an important historic event. “Eternal God, bless President Donald J. Trump and America, our great nation,” Rabbi Hier started his benediction. Among other declarations, he also cited Psalm 137: “By...

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Called to Love
Feb21

Called to Love

(the story of Martin Borgai) by Maria Erokhina Martin Borgai has a unique story. From a wonderful encounter with the Lord that led him to quit his prestigious job and reach the lost in the slums of India, to seeing the power of God move in miraculous ways, his life is a testimony of God’s unfailing love. “Martin, Come For the Work” Martin grew up in Karnataka, in southern India. He enjoyed a successful career in aircraft engineering,...

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Miracle In The Slums
Feb09

Miracle In The Slums

By Maria Erokhina Northern Tanzania. Arusha city is located at the foot of Mount Meru. Its outskirts are occupied by some of the poorest people in the world. Their houses are built out of mud and cow dung mixed with ashes. There is no sewage system, and a sickening stench hangs in the air. During the rainy season, the place becomes a swamp. The area is full of witch doctors, and many suffer from demonic oppression. Amid this appalling...

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GOD’S MMM NETWORK: RELATIONSHIPS
Jan17

GOD’S MMM NETWORK: RELATIONSHIPS

By Dennis Lindsay GOOGLING GOD Everyone knows the Internet uses the World Wide Web. The Internet connects millions of computers globally, forming a network where any computer can communicate with any other computer, as long as they are both Internet-connected. The Internet is invaluable for gathering information. There are over 1 billion websites on the Internet. A single Google query uses 1,000 computers in 0.2 seconds to retrieve an...

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