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Social Media Threat to Christianity

Almost EVERY DAY there is a new Christian group being censored, blocked, or persecuted by Facebook, YouTube, Google, or Apple. Sometimes it feels that the government should step in and do something to limit the power of these giants – but that is the LAST thing that we would want to happen. Mark Zuckerberg is practically begging for the government

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Non-Western Mission Movements; A Reason to Rejoice

The worldwide missionary movement is no longer mainly Western. Back to Jerusalem is a prominent example of a missionary movement that developed apart from a connection to Western structures. Many Christians in the West rejoice when they hear about the work of these non-Western missionaries. Others express concern. Are they properly trained? Do they have member care in place? Do

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Fighting Back Against Social Media Giants

Does the Bible promote hate speech? Social media giants seem to think so.  Of course it depends if you are sharing about your faith on social media outlets like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or YouTube in regards to hot button topics like homosexuality and abortion. Your biblical views on social topics can often be considered to be a danger to the

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8 amazing things copied in China and the 1 thing that is not

A new CNBC poll finds that one in five corporations say China has stolen their intellectual property within the last year. IP theft—use of patents, trade secrets, trademarks, and copyrights without permission—may seem dry to to discuss at a missions conference, but it represents big problems in western Christian nations that are geared toward ingenuity and development. Intangible assets, which

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Christians Killed for their Faith – A Solemn Reminder of the First Easter

Suicide bombers in at least seven locations simultaneously attacked Christians and killed almost 200 people and hurt more than 400 in Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka. Among those dead are Americans, British and Dutch among the dead in seven blasts at churches and hotels. The first blasts were reported at St Anthony’s Church in Colombo and St Sebastian’s in

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