Sunday, 13 July 2014

Christian's Secret

The Christian’s secret to a consistent life is for Christ to live His life through us: “I have been crucified with Christ: and I myself no longer live, but Christ lives in me. And the real life I now have within this body is a result of my trusting in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me” (Galatians 2:20)...Explore

Feeling hopeless and unloved, BethAnn nearly lost her life to a massive drug overdose. In the midst of the battle for her soul, she cried out to God for help. At that moment God saved her and blessed her with a brand new hope for life. Six years later, after facing the most painful grief imaginable, BethAnn is still able to give thanks to God for each new day....Read More

Winner of the 2014 Christianity Today Book of the Year. The Jesus People movement was a unique combination of the hippie counterculture and evangelical Christianity. It first appeared in the famed "Summer of Love" of 1967, in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury district, and spread like wildfire in Southern California and beyond, to cities like Seattle, Atlanta, and Milwaukee. In 1971 the growing movement found its way into the national media spotlight and gained momentum, attracting a huge new following among evangelical church youth, who enthusiastically adopted the Jesus People persona as their own. Within a few years, however, the movement disappeared and was largely forgotten by everyone but those who had filled its ranks.
God's Forever Family argues that the Jesus People movement was one of the most important American religious movements of the second half of the 20th-century. Not only do such new and burgeoning evangelical groups as Calvary Chapel and the Vineyard trace back to the Jesus People, but the movement paved the way for the huge Contemporary Christian Music industry and the rise of "Praise Music" in the nation's churches. More significantly, it revolutionized evangelicals' relationship with youth and popular culture. Larry Eskridge makes the case that the Jesus People movement not only helped create a resurgent evangelicalism but must be considered one of the formative powers that shaped American youth in the late 1960s and 1970s....Order Your Copy

Three years after the formation of Prison Fellowship in the United States, representatives from similar organizations around the world met to form Prison Fellowship International as an association of national Prison Fellowship organizations.Since 1979, Prison Fellowship International has grown to encompass national Prison Fellowship ministries in over 125 countries around the world. Prison Fellowship International is now the largest and most extensive association of national Christian ministries working within the criminal justice field. This unique and diverse organization remains dedicated to communicating the redemptive love and transforming power of Jesus Christ to prisoners, ex-prisoners, their families, and victims of crime around the world.As a non-governmental organization (NGO), Prison Fellowship International maintains “special consultative status” with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) and is an active participant in the United Nations Alliance of NGOs on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice...Get Involved

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