Quotation Marks

Sharing the gospel, Joni Eareckson Tada on breast cancer, and more.

"Sharing the gospel of salvation through Christ alone is not an exercise in the selling of a product in a competitive marketplace of religions or philosophies, it is proclamation."
Sharing the Gospel of Salvation, a new report from the Church of England.
Source: Church Times

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"For years I have hoped that my quadriplegiamight encourage people struggling with cancer … now I have a chance to truly empathize and journey alongside, affirming that God's grace is always sufficient for whatever the disease or disability."
Joni Eareckson Tada, on being diagnosed with breast cancer.
Source: JoniandFriends.org

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"[It's] a little bit of a bummer that could scare people away from the dvd. But in general, what Dove is doing is great for families."
Jim Britts, youth pastor at New Song Community Church in Oceanside, California, and writer-producer of the film To Save a Life, on the Dove Foundation's new label to warn of sex, violence, and drugs in Christian films.
Source: St. Louis Post-Dispatch

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"Under the prevailing situation … there remains only the issue of what harsher punishment will be meted out to him."
Korean Central News Agency, North Korea's official outlet, threatening to further harm U.S. Christian activist Aijalon Mahli Gomes because of America's "hostile approach" over the country's sinking of a South Korean ship. Gomes, who entered North Korea in January, has already been sentenced to eight years of hard labor.
Source: Associated Press


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