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Start this New Year by helping someone have a wonderful life

Richard Stearns, This year has been like the classic film “It’s a Wonderful Life” – the part that brought George Bailey to the bridge in despair. He was despondent over a little financial trouble. That’s nothing next to what happened in 2016. There were senseless terror attacks in Orlando, Brussels, Nice, Turkey, and too many

Deception: Christian Publisher Sells Soul for Mammon

Matt Barber  WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group is planning to release, through its liberal sister imprint Convergent Books, a manuscript paradoxically titled God and the Gay Christian: The Biblical Case in Support of Same-Sex Relationships. Is the Christian world about to suffer through another World Vision moment? The book’s author, Matthew Vines, is a homosexual activist

Rich Stearns Answers Questions About World Vision’s Gay Marriage Fiasco

In an attempt to create unity, World Vision managed to create a hornet’s nest around the issue of same-sex marriage. Its president Rich Stearns openly acknowledges the mistakes the relief organization made while flip-flopping on the issue. Earlier this week, the World Vision announced that it would allow employees to be in same-sex marriages. Within

World Vision: Why We’re Hiring Gay Christians in Same-Sex Marriages

President Richard Stearns says change is a symbol of Christian ‘unity’ not ‘compromise.’ by: Celeste Gracey and Jeremy Weber, World Vision’s American branch will no longer require its more than 1,100 employees to restrict their sexual activity to marriage between one man and one woman. Abstinence outside of marriage remains a rule. But a policy

Christian Org Announces Major Policy Change on Gays

The Blaze – by Billy Hallowell  World Vision, a prominent evangelical Christian charity that conducts humanitarian efforts around the globe, announced this week that it will begin hiring married gays and lesbians at its U.S. branch, so long as they are committed followers of Jesus Christ. The policy change still requires World Vision’s more than 1,100