Why Jesus Likened the Greek Syrophenician Woman to a Dog

In the video below (released on January 6, 2020), pastor Mike Winger covers the part of Mark 7 where Christ and his disciples passed through Tyre and Sidon on their way to Caesarea Philippi. While there, a Greek Syrophenician woman kept begging them for help to free her daughter from devil possession. Jesus ended up... Continue Reading →

Faith to Reach Out to Christ and Be Healed

There's no question that it's a blessing when we have other people ready, willing, and able to help us in a time of need or emergency, whether it be friends, family, coworkers, or a compassionate stranger. But what happens when we find ourselves in such dire straits that we like David in the psalms get... Continue Reading →

11-year-old Texas girl healed of inoperable, incurable brain tumor

Doctors can't explain it. Six months ago in June, Roxli Doss was given a hopeless diagnosis. An MRI scan was done when she fell sick and the doctors found a large tumor on her brain. Testing revealed Roxli had a rare tumor called diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma, what they call DIPG for short. DIPG causes major... Continue Reading →

Jesus works in our day to save people in the midst of impossible situations

John Ankerberg hosts missionaries Tom and JoAnn Doyle who share how the Lord is still working in the affairs of men to save people in areas of the globe where Christianity is forbidden. Through dreams, visions, and everyday circumstances the gospel is reaching the lost even in their impossible circumstances so they can be saved... Continue Reading →

Intercessory prayer seems to have worked against Hurricane Florence

When forecasters began warning about the dangers of Hurricane Florence days ago, it was predicted to be a Category 5 by the time it would make landfall. Then some serious Christians started praying as the government issued evacuation notices. Florence seemed to be destined to be a record-setter. Then on Monday, September 10, a Christian... Continue Reading →

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