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Finding God in the World of Camping

Camping is a wonderful activity, and it’s time to get out into nature and escape a world of distractions. I believe that connecting with nature can also enhance our sensitivity to our awareness of the one true God, the creator of all. I explore this and other camping topics with the RV Wingman, who has a popular YouTube channel and is a trusted source for outdoor activities like camping. Can you find God on camping? Should I join the RV...

African Slaves turn to Christ

Africans turn to Jesus and seed Pentecostal movement Through grinding crucible[1] of life, the African Christians overcame the world and became something new through spiritual renewal that blessed the entire world. Raboteau teaches us how God has worked in African American history, “The Christian believes that God acts in history. In my study of African American history, I have been moved by the pervasive faith of black Christians that God was acting in their own history (Raboteau 1995, 14).” Some may ask...

Back to the Basics

Early Christians used to meet in synagogues. These were Messianic Jewish believers connected directly or indirectly to the Jesus movement in Judea. Many gentiles would worship there as well. If there was no synagogue in the area, then Christian people probably would meet in the home of a peaceful, hospitable family. It’s time to get back to the basics. We should have learned our lesson in 2020 that we can easily be cut off from our brothers and sisters by government...