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Ravi Zacharias Passing, Don't Let Coronavirus Divide the Church, Gullibility is Not a Virtue & More

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Ravi Zacharias Passing, Don't Let Coronavirus Divide the Church, Gullibility is Not a Virtue & More

"Ravi Zacharias, Now with Jesus"RZIM
"None of us could have imagined just two months after reciting that last stanza that my dad would learn he had cancer and he would experience the realization of this more than 300-year-old hymn so soon. Today we affirm, as my dad recited and Baxter penned, “But ‘tis enough that Christ knows all, and I shall be with Him.” My dad, at 74, has “join[ed] with the triumphant saints that sing [his] Savior’s praise.” We who knew and loved him celebrate his life, and more importantly, his Savior."

"Church, Don’t Let Coronavirus Divide You"The Gospel Coalition
"For church leaders and elder boards everywhere, the last few months have presented a near-constant array of complex challenges related to shepherding a church during the COVID-19 pandemic. The latest complex challenge is perhaps the trickiest yet: how to prudently resume in-person gatherings."

"Prime Minister Gives Tim Hughes Award and Labels UK Blessing Video a 'Sensational Singing Masterpiece'"Premier Christian News
"Prime Minister Boris Johnson has written to Christian worship leader Tim Hughes to thank him for organising 'The UK Blessing' music video released last week."

"God's Goodness in the Midst of COVID"
"We don't need to quote chapter and verse with an unbeliever who is sharing their thoughts and worries. Understanding clarity and truth through study, we are well-positioned to help."

"Too Many Evangelical Christians Fall for Conspiracy Theories Online, and Gullibility is Not a Virtue"– Dallas News
"With so many platforms in a culture that is so politicized, it’s often hard to know where to go for national news. What channel we turn on often reveals more about our politics than ever before. Within this climate, conspiracy theories thrive by feeding on our uncertainty and playing to our biases. Yet this has reached new depths during the COVID-19 crisis as seemingly everywhere we turn we find new, outrageous stories passed around the internet and defended across our social media feeds."

"Preaching in the Power of the Spirit" Expositors Collective
"As part of our ongoing mission to help equip the next generation of expository Bible teachers, Expositors Collective hosted our first online Webinar on May 9th. The first session was taught by Brian Brodersen on preaching in the power of the Spirit and was followed by a time of Q+A ."

"Hindu Priest"Undeceptions with John Dickson
"What do you do if you devote your entire life to one religion, then slowly realise you belong somewhere else? This episode isn’t an exploration of a forgotten piece of history, a tricky topic, or an ethical dilemma, but a story, plain and simple about a search for personal peace, which is just what our anxious world needs right now."

"Why Does God Care Who I Sleep With? With Sam Allberry"The Alisa Childers Podcast
"Sam Allberry joins me on today's podcast to discuss his new book, Why Does God Care Who I Sleep With? Sam walks us through some biblical insights on sexuality, and shares his own journey of living faithfully to Christ despite experiencing same-sex attraction."

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