For Freedom He Was Set Free
Dec07

For Freedom He Was Set Free

By Mike and Lori Westlund Raj Mugalkhod was born on the streets of the red light district in Kamathipura, Mumbai, India. His mother, only a teenager when he was born, was a seventh-generation temple prostitute. She had been given to the goddess Yellamma, so she would never be allowed to marry a mortal. Even though she maintained a relationship with her four sons’ father for short periods of time, Raj’s mother had to continue her life...

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Preparing For Christmas
Dec06

Preparing For Christmas

By Michelle Ofori-Ansah My two little boys, Boaz and Jakin, have been excited about Christmas since roughly the minute Boaz’ last birthday presents were opened in October. Jakin has been saying, “It’s Christmas Mommy and Daddy!” at random times, and we think it’s his way of indicating that something needs to be celebrated. Now, I recognize that my sons are really just looking forward to the next time they get to open presents . . ....

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God’s Plan of Healing for His People
Nov10

God’s Plan of Healing for His People

By Gordon Lindsay “When they came to Marah, they could not drink its water because it was bitter. So the people grumbled against Moses, saying, ‘What are we to drink?’ Then Moses cried out to the Lord, and the Lord showed him a piece of wood. He threw it into the water, and the water became fit to drink. There the Lord issued a ruling and instruction for them and put them to the test. He said, ‘If you listen carefully to the...

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Why Should You Vote?
Nov01

Why Should You Vote?

By Dennis Lindsay In June, Ginger and I had the opportunity to attend a historic event. About 1,000 Christian leaders gathered in a closed-door, New York meeting, to have a conversation with Donald Trump concerning the future of our nation. Flying there, June Hunt, the well-known teacher, author and radio commentator, was seated next to us. June is the Founder and CSO (Chief Servant Officer) of Hope For The Heart. Her two radio...

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Don’t Stop Living
Oct11

Don’t Stop Living

By Susan Bozarth My husband, Randy, was the Vice President of Christ for the Nations. He travelled the world, and he loved what he did. So when things began to change and he became irritable or argumentative, I thought he just needed a break or a vacation. It wasn’t until he started to not recognize our close friends that I knew we had a problem. Today, and for quite awhile now, he’s been totally dependent on me, having been diagnosed...

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A New Door Opens: CFNI And DBU Co-enrollment
Oct08

A New Door Opens: CFNI And DBU Co-enrollment

By Bethany Smith Christ For the Nations Institute (CFNI) and Dallas Baptist University (DBU) have partnered together to give CFNI students the opportunity to work toward completing an accredited bachelor’s degree from DBU while attending CFNI, allowing students to attend both schools simultaneously! The two Christ-centered educational organizations have embraced a longtime partnership that spans the last 30 years. The new...

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