The Assemblies of God has settled a sexual abuse lawsuit that was trying to force the denomination to take legal responsibility for abuse in the Royal Rangers in the 1980s.
Sometimes God answers prayers through us. Heather Thompson Day shares a story about how even when she was uncertain about what to do, God was at work positioning her to respond to the cries of another.
Karen Swallow Prior discusses calling and platform on this week’s episode of Viral Jesus.
Is “meaningful work” a scam? Quick to Listen looks at how pandemic disruptions have changed how we think of our jobs.
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Mohammed el-Halabi, the former World Vision Gaza director arrested on wild accusations of diverting funds to terrorists, is awaiting a verdict from the Israeli court. “The interrogator...were sure everyone will abandon me,” Halabi said in his first interview since 2016.
In New Zealand, a major outbreak of the delta variant, with more than 100 positive cases, originated at a Samoan Assemblies of God church.
Books by Billy Graham and Charles Spurgeon have been banned as “extremist” in part of Ukraine.