One of the standard challenges many Christians face in terms of the Bible’s account is Jesus’ tomb. People may ask, “Has Christ’s tomb ever been found? What if his body is still in there? Or what if the disciples stole Jesus’ body and hid it?”
World Challenge has been dedicated for many years to helping widows, particularly those who are vulnerable to exploitation, cultural stigma or poverty.
In 1966, Anthony Wallace—a distinguished social anthropologist—stated, “Belief in supernatural powers is doomed to die out, all over the world, as a result of the increasing adequacy and diffusion of scientific knowledge.”
Every Friday, World Challenge’s partners in Florida, Sharing Hope, prepare lunches and pack bags of groceries with canned goods, fruit, vegetables, bread and pastries. They also prepare 50 bags of children’s lunches with hot dogs, juice, fruit and other goodies.
“Some Christians think peacemaking means avoiding conflict,” Gary Wilkerson points out in a devotional, “but doing that only leads to further division, strife and disorder.”
Russia is plagued by a quiet killer.
The country has one of the world’s fastest-growing drug trafficking and abuse problem, and the government has very little in the way of real treatment programs available.
Tim Allen once said something that is indicative of the American—maybe the entire Western World—mentality toward worship.
The Roma community in Europe is often classified as the most economically depressed.
The Horn of Africa is teetering on the verge of famine, brought on by severe drought which is now leaving people to watch their crops fail and cattle die.