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If you think you are too small to make a difference, you haven’t spent a night with a mosquito. A well-known truth is that small things, insignificant things, can have a huge impact. Growing up in Nigeria, we slept under mosquito nets in the early years. Later, our houses had screens. But even screens didn’t […] Read More

Revelation 3:8 was posted in large black letters on orange paper on the classroom’s front bulletin board: “Behold, I have set before you an open door and no man can shut it.” Over the course of those terrifying days of tribal genocide in 1966, missionaries and Nigerians opened doors to do what their Christian faith […] Read More

Your church will profit from showing our new feature-length film on what missionaries did to save lives in Nigeria in 1966 during a time of tribal genocide. The DVD and accompanying book are compelling, inspiring accounts that will deepen your church’s commitment to the Great Commission and the Great Commandment. If you think I’m merely […] Read More

The best song of the year at the Country Music Association’s 2016 awards was “Humble and Kind.” It’s a timely, needed song for getting America back to basics after a bruising, nasty, disappointing presidential election. Let’s read the words. Let’s watch the video. Let’s sing along; let’s live the song. One treasured verse says, “Go […] Read More

Martin Luther tacked his 95 theses to the door of the Wittenberg’s Castle Church on Oct. 31, 1517. That bold declaration triggered the second major split within Christianity. The first came when the Catholic Church and Orthodox Church parted company in the great schism of 1054. After Pope Leo X excommunicated the Catholic priest Luther, […] Read More

A chilling five-minute Pentagon video warns of the breakdown – the collapse, the anarchy – by 2030 in mega-cities. It’s a dystopian future, one that is the opposite end from a utopian future. The film is being shown at the cutting-edge educational institution for the military. It calls for a new military doctrine to face […] Read More

Americans are dissatisfied with the presidential choices offered by the Democratic and Republican parties. “For the first time in more than two decades, a majority of voters express dissatisfaction with their choices for president this fall: Just 40 percent say they are very or fairly satisfied, while 58 percent say they are not too or […] Read More

A growing number of American evangelicals are increasingly vocal about Christian genocide in the Middle East, as well as the persecution of Christians there. Add to the Middle East, Nigeria and South Sudan. Others have also voiced concern. The Baptist World Alliance’s July 2016 resolution spoke to Nigeria’s Boko Haram having “intentionally targeted” people of […] Read More

Muslim leaders are apprehensive about what might happen to their communities on the 15th anniversary of Sept. 11, especially if one of their major religious observances – Eid al-Adha – falls on Sept. 11, a Sunday. The holy day of Eid al-Adha comes 10 days after the full moon is seen at the start of […] Read More

Remarkable acts of heroism occurred during the days of tribal genocide in Northern Nigeria in 1966. Only a few of them are recorded in our new film, “The Disturbances.” Many more are recounted in the accompanying book by the same title. Not only did missionaries save lives, but Nigerian leaders did as well. One such […] Read More