Many of you know that I’m a Christian. One thing that I have always believed is that Christianity is one of brotherhood and community. This is evident when you spend some time in church, the term “brother” so and so or “sister” so and so is part of the lingo. But this lingo is usually contained within the church building or even in denominational circles.
We rarely speak of Christians across the world as our “brother’s and sister’s,” although we should! We are all in the family of God, regardless of race, color, even national boundaries. This hits home for me even more so when I hear about our “brother’s and sister’s” being persecuted for their faith in other parts of the world.
Another issue with Christians here in America is that we believe that our “Christianity” is the only true form and that we are the only “people” that God seems to care about. The truth is that God cares about all His children, all over the world!
With that said, when was the last time you were informed about Christian events/news in other parts of the world?
I would like to pass along a Global Christian News website that will present Christian news from other parts of the world. Global Christan News is headed by Pastor Andrew Jackson and uses the same template as Prepper Website.
Take a moment to visit it and bookmark it to visit it again and again. It’s time that we stay informed about our brother’s and sister’s all around the world and know how to pray for them!
Your Bro. in Christ,
p.s. I would like to thank Pastor Jackson for giving me the domain name – PrepperChurch.com. Right now the domain is pointing to the online/streaming video launching pad for my home church. I’m praying about where else it might go.
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