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Forest Fires and New Life

By Mitch Randall | August 22, 2019

A forest fire seems to be a picture of destruction, but unseen seeds are being planted for new life to spring up. So too must the church allow the divine fires to consume our old ways in order for God’s new seeds to be planted.

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Diana Butler Bass joins George Mason on the Good God podcast to discuss her book, "Grateful: The Transformative Power of Giving Thanks," which focuses on the spiritual practice of gratefulness and her own journey of discovering gratitude.

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The Disturbances: A Documentary about Missionaries Saving Lives Amid Genocide

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U.S., Russia Leading World Arms Sales

By Alex Smirnov | August 28, 2001

International arms sales grew 8 percent last year, reaching nearly $36.9 billion, the highest figure since 1994, according to a report by Congressional Research Service, an arm of the Library of Congress. “Despite global changes since the cold war’s end, the developing world continues to be the primary focus of foreign arms sales activity by […]

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From “Candid Microphone” to “Spy TV”

By Cliff Vaughn | August 28, 2001

What, if anything, is the difference between an old reality show like “Candid Camera” and a new one like “SPY TV”? As the former proves, so-called “reality TV” is nothing new. Allen Funt’s “Candid Microphone” actually started on the radio in 1947. One year later, it debuted on ABC as a 15-minute show called “Candid […]

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Romancing the Sown: Romance Reaps Christian Readers

By Cliff Vaughn | August 21, 2001

Christian music, movies, apparel, Web sites. And Christian romance. It’s quite possibly the “next big thing” in the Christian subculture. Christian romance novels are hardly, well, novel. Grace Livingston Hill remains a popular author in the “inspirational” romance genre, and she began publishing early in the 20th century. She died in 1947 having authored over […]

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List of Christian Products Grows and So Do Profits

By Jodi Mathews | August 21, 2001

Gospel Shoes, Scripture Candy and Christian fiction are just a few ways Christians are spreading their faith and making a profit at the same time. Christian retail is a $4 billion industry, and it’s not just books and music. That figure is up about a half-billion dollars from the previous year, according to the Associated […]

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Wrastlin’ Witness

By Jodi Mathews | August 21, 2001

Ever thought of typing into your Web browser? If you had, you would have found yourself at the Christian Wrestling Federation’s Web site. In the frenzy to offer “all things Christian” to believers, entertainers and retailers have birthed some unsuspecting vehicles for spreading the Gospel. One such surprise comes in the form of a […]

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