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Grace Changes Everything Lee Strobel draws upon his own journey from atheism to Christianity to explore the depth and breadth of God s redeeming love for spiritually wayward people. New Message Every Wednesday.

Wheels Within Wheels: Michael Denton on the "Coincidences" that Make Us Possible

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.

Dr. Denton, Call Your Office: Is Earth's Position a Lucky Accident?

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.

Pat Robertson Stands by Claim That Liberals Support Sharia Law; 'The Left is Undermining Christian Values,' Says Rep

Pat Robertson, the executive chairman of the Christian Broadcasting Network stands by controversial comments he made recently about liberals supporting Sharia law, despite sparking a firestorm of criticism.

2 Sweet Girls Help Their Dad in This Adorable Marriage Proposal

Scott Worgan wanted to find the best way to propose to his wife. As you can see in the video, she means the world to him. So something as special as this, had to be perfect from the heart. It seems like he nailed it on the head with this proposal.

Is science the only way to know anything about anything?

Scientism says that science is the source of all our knowledge. Does this make sense or are there other sources for what we can know?

These 2 Unlikely Animal Friends Will Make Your Face Light Up!

It's very unlikely that you will ever see these two animals together again, while being so playful. This adorable fennec fox was rescued from the wild, and happened to make an unlikely best friend.

Church Members Brawl After Voting to Remove Allegedly Spendthrift, 'Money Hungry,' Disrespectful Pastor

Normal worship service at a Jackson, Mississippi church was halted Sunday after members erupted in an ugly brawl over their allegedly spendthrift, "money hungry" and disrespectful pastor who refused to relinquish his pulpit after they voted him out a day before for reportedly abusing his role.

Lucy O'Byrne Performs a Memorable Version of a Disney Classic

This woman gets on stage and blows everyone away with her incredible version of 'When You Wish Upon A Star'. Her incredible opera voice will cover you in chills when she belts out this Disney classic.

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A Bold Witness for Christ on Network TV

John: Well, what a bold witness the two of you are offering both Hollywood and the world, as you've made this great miniseries. And we trust that God will hear your hearts and that many will be touched by the truths that you present week after week in "A.D.: The Bible Continues." And as a reminder, that begins airing Easter Sunday night on NBC television and I hope you'll make plans to enjoy it together as a family or with friends, perhaps as part of a small group from your neighborhood. Let it be the occasion for a spiritual conversation that you have with some that may not normally go there.

2 Jesus Is Evidence That God Exists | Cold Case Christianity

Jesus Is A Critical Piece of Evidence Even though the life of Christ was a critical part of my personal investigation, I still find myself arguing for God’s existence, at least initially, as though I wasn’t a Christian at all! When sharing what I believe with skeptical friends and family members, I have to make a conscious effort to remember that Jesus’ life alone demonstrates the existence of God. If the gospels are true, none of us need any additional proof. Jesus is sufficient evidence that God exists.

Renewing Your Mind | His Deepest Desires Revealed | March 27, 2015

The room was silent as Jesus continued praying—probably as His disciples had never heard Him pray before. Judas had departed, and Peter likely sat disturbed about the denial Jesus had predicted. We saw in the last lesson that Jesus' prayer in John 17 corresponds to the high priest's ritual prayer on the Day of Atonement for himself, his family, and finally, his community. We see Jesus moving on from His petition for the Father to glorify His Son. In this lesson, we will consider Christ's ongoing prayer as He intercedes for the inner circle of disciples (verses 6 through 19) and finally for the entire church through the ages (verses 20 to 26). In the process, as Dr. Ferguson observes, we find Jesus revealing His "deepest desires" to His Father.

Amy Orr-Ewing profiled in Christianity Today magazine. - Latimer Minster

Today, 10 of RZIM’s 36 itinerant speakers are women. One, OCCA graduate Alycia Wood, says Orr-Ewing has been the role model that Amy herself lacked. “Women face unique challenges as apologists because of the demands of travel, and that many events are in the evenings or on the weekends. I learned a lot by watching Amy be a brilliant apologist and an excellent mother to three boys.” That Orr-Ewing does both informs the Zacharias Trust’s flexible workplace culture, one that doesn’t force female staff to opt out of teaching and traveling should they choose to have a family.

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1) Discovery Germanwings copilot crashed plane exposes inability to know the mind of others

Girl who cried rape after threesome with two soldiers has been jailed

Nicole Richess, 20, had a drunken threesome with the two servicemen at a friend’s house and then her own home at the end of a night out.


Now leading the Hour of Power, Robert Schuller’s grandson talks about the lasting parts of…

U.S. Caves to Key Iranian Demands as Nuke Deal Comes Together

LAUSSANE, Switzerland—The Obama administration is giving in to Iranian demands about the scope of its nuclear program as negotiators work to finalize a framework agreement in the coming days, according to sources familiar with the administration’s position in the negotiations.

Are We Missing Something Important About Prayer?

In moving beyond the ACTS approach to prayer, I also realized how self-centered my own prayer life had been. When I prayed for others in need, I tended to pray that they be “fixed”—for those who had lost a loved one, for the poor in my midst, for the persecuted Christians around the world, and so on. I was right to offer “supplications” on their behalf. I still do so. But these are bigger problems—and losses—than a “quick fix” can amend. We need to unite our supplications to lament, joining the cry of the suffering: “How long, Lord? Will you forget me forever? How long will you hide your face from me?” (Psalm 13:1)

Muslim Student Challenges Jewish Professor, He Shuts Her Up On The Spot

David Horowitz at UCSD 5 10 2010 Hosted by Young Americans for Freedom and DHFC

Disputed new Indiana law concerns NCAA

INDIANAPOLIS -- With the Final Four a week away from shining a spotlight on Indianapolis, NCAA president Mark Emmert said Thursday that the governing body for college sports is concerned about an Indiana law that could allow businesses to discriminate against gay people.

Church Of Scientology Calls New HBO Documentary 'Bigoted'

Indeed, Scientology is known for its great wealth. In his book, Wright reported that the Church of Scientology holds about $1 billion in liquid assets — an extraordinary sum given that it has only an estimated 30,000 adherents, according to a former spokesman cited by Wright.

4 Reasons Why God Wills Work

But the provision of our needs depends on our gainful employment in this age. The coming of Christ does not mean that we can now return to paradise and pick fruit in someone else's garden. That's the mistake made at Thessalonica. So Paul wrote them and said, “Even when we were with you, we gave you this command: If anyone will not work, let him not eat. For we hear that some of you are living in idleness, mere busybodies, not doing any work. Now such persons we command and exhort in the Lord Jesus Christ to do their work in quietness and to earn their own living” (2 Thess. 3:10-12). God has not completely removed the curse in this age. He has softened it with a promise. The curse says: If you want to eat, you must sweat (Gen. 3:19). The promise says: If you sweat, you shall eat (Prov. 12:11).

Not That Bright

“Huh,” I thought, sitting up straight and staring at nothing in particular for a minute or two, “that’s a word I need to hear as a pastor.” More than that, it’s a word I need to hear as a Christian. Here’s John the Baptist–pretty important guy, wildly popular prophet, forerunner of the Messiah, just about the greatest person ever born of a woman (Mt. 11:11). And when the Holy Spirit takes a moment to introduce him in John’s prologue, He wants to make clear: John the Baptist was not the light.

Finding the Mosaic in the Mess: The Reality of Urban Ministry

When cultural differences collide, things can get messy. But the beauty of the gospel is how it brings unity in the midst of what often seems to be chaos. As Paul is writing to the first century churches, most often located in important cities of the day, he constantly brings them back to the unity that belongs to them in Christ—despite all the differences they may see and experience when the church gathers as a body.

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Living for the New Heaven and New Earth

Finally, as the apostle John teaches us in Revelation 22:20, we should pray, “Come, Lord Jesus!” We earnestly pray for the return of Christ. It is easy to get caught up in things of the world. But to see our Lord and Savior is the greatest longing of our hearts. The new heaven and new earth is our ultimate home, and what a joy it will be when we arrive there.

A Big Problem for Common Descent: Hundreds of "Active 'Foreign' Genes" Don't Fit the Standard Evolutionary Phylogeny

Lead author Alastair Crisp from the University of Cambridge, UK, said: "This is the first study to show how widely horizontal gene transfer (HGT) occurs in animals, including humans, giving rise to tens or hundreds of active 'foreign' genes. Surprisingly, far from being a rare occurrence, it appears that HGT has contributed to the evolution of many, perhaps all, animals and that the process is ongoing, meaning that we may need to re-evaluate how we think about evolution."

Always Care, Never Kill: How Physician-Assisted Suicide Endangers the Weak, Corrupts Medicine, Compromises the Family, and Violates Human Dignity and Equality

Allowing physician-assisted suicide would be a grave mistake for four reasons. First, it would endanger the weak and vulnerable. Second, it would corrupt the practice of medicine and the doctor–patient relationship. Third, it would compromise the family and intergenerational commitments. And fourth, it would betray human dignity and equality before the law. Instead of helping people to kill themselves, we should offer them appropriate medical care and human presence. We should respond to suffering with true compassion and solidarity. Doctors should help their patients to die a dignified death of natural causes, not assist in killing. Physicians are always to care, never to kill.

Looking for a Good Fight

As a pastor you are an under-shepherd of Jesus Christ, but you must actively shepherd. We have to fear God more than sheep; if you live in fear of sheep, you don’t know your mission or calling. Some sheep have more “fleece” than others, as in wealthy tithers and donors. Some people have influence and they know it, and God help you if you make them angry. Loving sheep means you have to lead them through rough places to get them where they need to be, and they might not like it. For the sake of the flock, you have to be willing to lose some people, and you will lose some no matter what you do.

The Gospel in Spain

I don’t think Spaniards’ idols are that different from those in any other country. I would divide them into two big blocks that reflect “the two Spains”: Catholic Spain and secular Spain. There is still a lot of idolatry associated with popular religiosity: “virgins,” “saints,” and so on. But I would say that, even among Catholics, the most prominent idols are money (and all that it can buy), hedonism, sex, football (soccer), and the cell-phone!

The Unexpected Defenders: Meet the Women Apologists

But as she continued talking to her coach and reading works of apologetics—including N. T. Wright’s defense of the Resurrection—Ordway confessed faith in Christ. Now she finds herself in another new country, directing the master in apologetics (MAA) program at Houston Baptist University (HBU), a small liberal arts college in the heart of the nation’s energy capital. There, she is among a burgeoning group of women who are reshaping apologetics in the West.

What Will You Leave Behind?

By professional “making,” Sayers was referring particularly to artists. But in reality, all of us are makers, whatever our profession. Making is not solely the realm of artists. God has bestowed on all humans the incredible privilege of being sub-creators. We all make things all the time. And our making is of great importance to God.

1 in 4 Americans Don't Believe in God; Lack of Trust in Local Churches Cited as a Reason Why Adults Are Leaving the Faith

Barna Group has released its 2015 study on the state of atheism in America, and has revealed that one in four unchurched adults in the country now identify as atheists or agnostics. The study also found that rejection of the Bible and lack of trust in the church are two main reasons why people are turning away from faith.

New York State Assembly Passes Bill Which Would Allow 3rd Trimester Babies to Be Killed With Shot of Poison to Heart

The New York State Assembly voted a resounding 94-49 Wednesday to approve a bill that would allow third trimester abortions using procedures such as a shot of poison to the baby's heart by medical professionals who won't necessarily be doctors.

Should Unaccredited Bible Colleges Be Allowed to Grant Degrees?

The lawsuit argues that the current ban financially hurts unaccredited Bible colleges because it communicates that their education is inferior and thus dissuades prospective students. And if the schools pursued accreditation, which is costly, they would become unaffordable. (According to the lawsuit, Bible colleges generally run 25 to 30 percent of the cost of a liberal arts school.)

27 The Lent Project

The mood of Lent can be beautifully captured through the arts, which are often cathartic expressions of longing, suffering, loneliness, love, death and rebirth. Art is a great chronicler both of the drama of human history and the aches of the human heart. In this spirit, the Biola University Center for Christianity, Culture and the Arts presents the Lent Project: a 54-day aesthetic meditation on Christ’s life, death and resurrection. Each day will offer a guided reflection--though Scripture, words, poetry, music, film or visual art--to help us focus in on the beauty of Christ’s story. May you enjoy, share and be edified by this resource as we collectively reflect on the suffering and triumph of history’s great savior: Messiah Jesus Christ, the King.

Russia Wants to Build a Road Connecting London and New York

Russian Railways president Vladimir Yakunin has reportedly unveiled new plans to build a road that would connect New York and London, via a 12,910-mile superhighway. As this image from Fox News shows , much of the highway would follow the Trans-Siberian Railway and connect North America to Russia in some sort of bridge (or maybe a tunnel) over the Bering Strait that would end up in a remote Alaskan town. Though the road could cost trillions of dollars, Yakunin argues that potential economic benefits would eventually make the “inter-state, inter-civilization, project" worth the investment. Who wants to go on a road trip? ...

29 Responding to Skepticism (And the Proper Use of Tactics) - Stand to Reason Blog

Whether from a well meaning friend or an aggressive critic, the problem of skepticism can be hard to break free from. The unspoken assumption of skepticism is that if it’s possible you could be wrong about something, then you can’t know it. Usually this comes in the form a “How do you know that you’re not wrong?” (which could be repeated forever….)

Choosing the Right Lens

Last year, while far away from home in Manaus, Brazil, I made the mistake of trying to run across the busiest street in that city of 2 million people. While dashing wildly across five lanes of traffic to reach a tiny concrete median and pause before sprinting the opposite five lanes, I recognized I had joined a real-life game of Frogger (to date myself) and that I faced the distinct possibility of being squished.

Life Giving Spirit: The Exaltation of Christ and Salvation in the Theology of Paul

How are Christ’s resurrection and ascension significant for him personally? How is his exaltation essential for basic issues in the individual appropriation of salvation and the Christian life? These lectures from Dr. Richard B. Gaffin Jr., will consider Paul’s apostolic teaching for its bearing on these questions, along with some attention to key issues for interpreting Paul today.

6 Products You Should Consider Abandoning

Secondly, if you notice the topic header it says "Reject Apathy". The point of this article is to remind us of the stewardship we have been given over this planet. This article isn't saying clothing is bad, don't eat chocolate, stop drinking water for goodness sakes, and lug everything around with your two arms. No. It's saying, maybe you should start thinking about giving some of these things up, if you want to walk the talk, we so often talk to others. Ok, maybe you can't offered ethically sourced chocolate, or ethically made clothes. Well... then the second question to ask is do you need to spend all your money on new and hip H&M clothes that break down in a couple of weeks and shrink in the wash, or eat chocolate that you don't REALLY need, you just want it.

A Critique of Islam (William Lane Craig) - Dr. William Lane Craig gives his thoughts on Islam and Muslims in this interview. We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums:

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Lady Takes Tree as Lover

A 31 year old woman in the UK has fallen in love with a tree. She has named the poplar tree Tim and is planning on marrying it.

Good Grief, Now They're Pushing for "Machine Rights"

We must consider interactions between intelligent robots themselves and the effect that these exchanges may have on their human creators. For example, if we were to allow sentient machines to commit injustices on one another -- even if these 'crimes' did not have a direct impact on human welfare -- this might reflect poorly on our own humanity. Such philosophical deliberations have paved the way for the concept of 'machine rights'.

Amazing Grace for Every Race and the ERLC Leadership Summit |

The man who wrote the hymn Amazing Grace had once earned his living as the captain of a slave ship. On those slave ships, the captured people were treated as sub-human cargo and often died from abuse, disease, and persecution on the voyage. The sailors on the voyages frequently raped women. Newton described in a letter to a friend a horrific slave ship practice he described as jointing. The sailor would begin to dismember a slave with an axe at his bodily extremities (feet, knees, wrists, elbows …), until the body was simply a trunk and then he would sever the head and toss it among the sea of chained slaves (Jonathan Aitken, John Newton: From Disgrace to Amazing Grace , 325-326).

'It's An Honor to Play Him'

In terms of the film itself, I thought it was beautiful. I always thought from the script it was beautiful, and the intention that they had for it, so seeing the film was not in any way an exception, and I just loved the idea of telling the story in the most humanly way possible, and the final product didn't in any way disappoint in that sense. And that's the most important thing for me. A lot of these productions make it sort of ethereal and otherworldly and not relatable almost, and I think in this production, we were able to somehow hopefully make the movie relatable—I think we did—and I'm really proud of that.

10. Is atheism a religion?

Dr. Andy Bannister ( ) of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries answers the question "Is atheism a religion?". Want to read more widely on this question? Check out Andy's essay "The Scandanavian Sceptic (or Why Atheism Is a Belief System)" which you can read here: This video is episode 10 of the "Short Answers to Big Questions" series, in which we take 50 of the most common questions and objections about Christianity and attempt to give short, succinct answers to each of them. In such short videos, we realise we can only often scratch the surface—nevertheless, we hope to give you lots of food for thought. Do feel free to download each video, circulate it to friends, or share it on social media. More about "Short Answers to Tough Questions": More about RZIM Canada:

PCRT Q/A: Dating a Non-Virgin

Third, what about the person's worthiness of your love?  After all, aren't we supposed only to want a virgin, especially if we have remained sexually chaste?  Here is the dark side, I think, of the chastity industry: it creates the sense that anyone who has failed sexually is broken and unclean.  But this is a repudiation of the gospel.  Would it be better if he or she had waited until marriage for sex?  Of course it would, and we should not downplay the value of sexual purity for singles and youths.  But we do believe in forgiveness, redemption, and restoration. Don't we? It is one thing if the person is still practicing sexual sin and folly.  But if the person is genuinely repentant and committed to honor the Lord with his or her body, then we rejoice in the redeeming grace of our Savior.

Why Are There Differences in the Resurrection Accounts?

For more resources visit: While Dr William Lane Craig was on his Australian speaking tour, he spoke at EV Church on the topic, "The Evidence for Christianity." After his talk, he answered a number of questions from the audience. In this clip, Dr Craig answers the question, "Are there differences in the resurrection narratives in the gospels?" We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel: Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: Add Reasonable Faith On Facebook:

'The Bible' Breaks Records on Spanish TV 10 Days Before 'A.D.' Follow-Up Premiere

Roma Downey and Mark Burnett's "The Bible" mini-series is still breaking records, becoming a Spanish network's highest rated show just 10 days before the premiere of their follow-up series "A.D.," which will broadcast on Easter Sunday.

43 From Ars Technica, Bogus Objections to Academic Freedom Bills

Over the years, I've heard a lot of bad arguments against academic freedom bills -- legislation that simply gives teachers the right to discuss the scientific strengths and weakness of controversial scientific ideas like evolution, global warming, and human cloning, without having to fear for losing their jobs. The problem for Mr. Johnson is that academic freedom bills oppose censorship, and he is opposing academic freedom bills, and it's hard to make a defensible argument in favor of censorship.

John Perkins Slams Creflo Dollar's Evil, Heretical Exploitation of Black Communities for $65 Million Private Jet Campaign

John M. Perkins, a civil rights leader and father of the racial reconciliation movement, criticized pastor Creflo Dollar's former fundraising campaign for a new $65 million private jet as "evil," "heresy," and "exploitation," as he explained the damage prosperity preachers have done to black communities.

The Unexpected Defenders: Meet the Women Apologists

But as she continued talking to her coach and reading works of apologetics—including N. T. Wright’s defense of the Resurrection—Ordway confessed faith in Christ. Now she finds herself in another new country, directing the master in apologetics (MAA) program at Houston Baptist University (HBU), a small liberal arts college in the heart of the nation’s energy capital. There, she is among a burgeoning group of women who are reshaping apologetics in the West.


has explored the operation of grace in art and culture for over twenty years as a college professor, museum curator, public speaker, and art critic. He is currently the Presidential Scholar & Art Historian in Residence at The King’s College in New York City. In addition to being the Associate Professor of Christianity and Culture, he was on staff at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church where he worked with LIBERATE, Tullian Tchividijian’s resource ministry. Previously he was Professor of Modern & Contemporary Art History at the University of Nebraska (2007-2011) and Chief Curator of the Sheldon Museum of Art (1996-2007).  His writing has appeared in the 

Pastor Tony Evans: We Can't Use the Reality of Racial Divide to Condone Irresponsibility in the Black Community

In his final remarks during a Thursday panel discussing racial reconciliation in America and the importance of urban ministry, African-American pastor, author and syndicated radio broadcaster Tony Evans boldly stated that many of the issues surrounding race in America stem from the social irresponsibility of those within the African-American community.

Our Cries Have Been Heard: ‘Coach’ Is Finally Returning to TV

The new Golden Age of TV has officially arrived. Finally shows like Breaking Bad , The Wire and Mad Men have found a worthy successor: Coach Hayden Fox. A network has heard the cries, read the petitions, seen the passions of the masses camped out continuously in front of their studios for the last 18 years when the original series ended on ABC, and is bringing back the Craig T. Nelson sitcom Coach . From Deadline : “Coach Hayden Fox (Nelson) — now retired from coaching — is called back to become assistant coach to his own grown son, who is the new head coach at an Ivy league school in Pennsylvania that is just starting up a new team.” The new series will air soon on NBC. America’s missed you Coach Fox. Welcome home ...

Group Delusions Aside, Sentient Robots Aren't on the Way

"Machine rights"? I have to confess, when I read articles like this I have an almost visceral reaction. It amounts to a full-blown, ongoing perplexity and fascination with the capacity of otherwise intelligent people to engage in serious-sounding group delusion. To pick this apart is a little like explaining to someone why his interest horoscopes is probably untethered to any genuine scientific knowledge about the planets, the relevant laws governing their motion, and so on. I'm tempted to say, "Yes, that's right, the robots are becoming intelligent so quickly that they may soon take control. In fact, here they come now! Run for cover!"

Is the acceleration of the universe's expansion compatible with Hinduism?

At the time of their work, astrophysicists believed that the rate of expansion of the universe — set in motion by the Big Bang 13.7 billion years ago — would be slowing down as matter was pulled together by gravity. The goal at the time was to figure out how rapid the deceleration was.

51 Oregon Closer to Banning Sexual Orientation Conversion Therapy for Gay Minors
52 Singapore Megachurch Pastor, Colleague of Kong Hee, Claims Congregants Don't Feel Deceived in $19.2M Misuse Funds Case
53 RELEVANT Podcast: Roma Downey
54 Here's Passion Pit's Very Strobe Light-y Video for 'Lifted Up'
55 Aiming High Sporting Clay Shoot
56 God's Love: How the Infinite God Cares for His Children
57 How Pastors Should Respond to Criticism
58 The Intimate Marriage
59 Audio and Video
60 Luther on the Christian Life - Reformed Forum
61 Iowa Mennonite Pastor Deported to Honduras After 20 Years in US; Only Crime Was DUI 15 Years Ago
62 Church of England Appoints First Female in Senior Bishop Position; Now 3 Female Bishops
63 Read God-Breathed
64 686. What Is Genetic Entropy?
65 Josh McDowell on Twitter
66 John Piper on 'Emotional Blackmail'
67 God moved my family to the slum – Premier Christianity
68 WORLD News Group on Twitter
69 WORLD | The reality of Indiana’s religious freedom law | Emily Belz | March 27, 2015
70 The Phenomenon That Is Garth Brooks | Plugged In Blog
71 ERLC announces 'Gospel for Life' book series
72 Worship Comes First
73 Tyndale
74 Jonathan Edwards
75 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily
76 WORLD | Leadership the John Calipari way | Barnabas Piper | March 27, 2015
77 “Atheism is loud and noisy, but does not have good answers”
78 [TogetherLA] Dave Gibbons: Love the One
79 WORLD | Review board: Gordon College accreditation not at risk | Leigh Jones | March 27, 2015
81 Before Your Church Starts Using Social Media…
82 Here's the Trailer for 'Southpaw,' Starring a Super Jacked Jake Gyllenhaal
83 Gay Marriage and Religious Liberty: Two Scenarios
84 Defining “God” | Reasonable Faith
85 WORLD | Kendrick Lamar flows into hip-hop like molten lava | Jeff Koch | March 27, 2015
86 Boyce graduate changing lives one sermon and one sandwich at a time
87 Transcript: The Briefing 03-27-15
88 If you accept Jesus and become a Christian, will God make you happy?