Election Surprise! Evangelicals Help Elect Catholic President in Brazil

Craig HueyChurch, Culture, Current Events1 Comment

Brazil has faced severe political, social and economic problems in recent years: Their president was impeached and removed from office in 2016. The nation has been in economic decline. Government corruption has been rampant. Crime has been increasing. The many frustrations with the government energized voters for the recent presidential election – especially evangelicals, who make up 20% of the … Read More

Looking Ahead: I’m Available to Speak at Your Church

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I’ve been asked to speak in the coming weeks to a variety of groups on a variety of topics, such as: How the 2018 midterm election will affect individuals, families and businesses over the next 2 years What constitutes a worldview, and how worldviews affect political beliefs How to Vote For – not Against – Your Values I often speak … Read More

Shocker: Christian Music Artist Amazingly Praises God on The Ellen Show [Video]

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Christian singer Lauren Daigle recently appeared on The Ellen Show and sang the hit song “Still Rolling Stones” from her new album Look Up Child. She shared the gospel of Christ and her love for Christ in an impactful and engaging way … not just with Ellen DeGeneres, but with everyone in the studio audience … and also with millions … Read More

Praise the Lord! Despite Opposition, 9,260 Accept Christ at SoCal Harvest Crusade

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The Greg Laurie SoCal Harvest Crusade was a great success. Over 100,000 people attended the 3-day event at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California. Adding to that the online viewership … and 325,000 people heard Greg Laurie’s gospel messages… And over 10,000 people accepted Christ as their personal savior when those who watched online and made decisions are added to the … Read More

Stunning: Little-Known Pastor Becomes the Center of World Conflict

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When I was at the U.S. State Department with 350 participants from 80 countries, an Evangelical Presbyterian pastor from North Carolina – Andrew Brunson – was one of the hottest topics of discussion. Why? Because Vice President Mike Pence – and others – called Turkey on the carpet for falsely imprisoning this pastor and violating his religious freedom. The audience … Read More