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Banned Books Week: The one book people are willing to die for

Banned Books Week: The one book people are willing to die for

Most booklovers are probably familiar with the significance of this week. Sept. 26 – Oct. 2 is Banned Books Week. Launched in 1982, this annual event started as a result of schools, libraries, and bookstores challenging the “appropriateness” of certain books. However,...
The Gospel never returns void

The Gospel never returns void

I’ve tried to never take owning a Bible for granted. During my travels over the last 30 years of World Help’s ministry, I’ve witnessed first-hand how rare the Scriptures can be, especially for people living in poverty or persecuted areas. That’s why it’s always so...
“Be still and know”: a video devotional

“Be still and know”: a video devotional

Psalms 46:10 says, “Be still and know that I am God.” Our God knows we can be anxious beings. We want to stay busy, and we want to always be in control. But what God wants from us is completely different. He wants us to be still and know He is God. Watch Noel Brewer...
It’s time to answer the call

It’s time to answer the call

“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.” – Matthew 28:19 (NIV) Many people walk through life and feel like they don’t know their true purpose or what they’re supposed to do with...
Banned Books Week: The one book people are willing to die for

11-year-old Abi couldn’t wait to receive her first Bible

The Lord works in mysterious ways. I was reminded of this after one of our partners in Venezuela recently shared Abi’s testimony. When 11-year-old Abi started attending a feeding program near her village, she was a malnourished little girl looking for some food. But...
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