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Is God using dreams in a special way during the pandemic?

Is God using dreams in a special way during the pandemic?

John Lathrop wrote to many Pentecostal/charismatic Bible teachers to ask them if they have found that God is speaking to people more frequently or vividly through dreams during this time of isolation. Here are some of the responses that he received, may they become prompts to you for prayer.   Carolyn Tennant A former student (graduate) of […]

Pandemic Responses: Fear, Shame, and Rejoicing in Suffering in Africa and the Middle East

Pandemic Responses: Fear, Shame, and Rejoicing in Suffering in Africa and the Middle East

“Why should I stop?” I asked myself. The big fellow standing in the road holding up his hand was not in police uniform.[1] It is not uncommon cycling in Kenya, to have people wave me down just to ask me to give them money. Something told me that this was serious. Other traffic was stopping. […]

In Times Like These: Reflections on the COVID-19 Pandemic

In Times Like These: Reflections on the COVID-19 Pandemic

In Times Like These: Reflections on the COVID-19 Pandemic Greetings with Jesus’ joy! With the arrival of coronavirus (COVID-19) on the world stage, more than 130 countries have been caught in a public health crisis of yet unknown devastation. Today, in the United States, along with other countries, “ordinary” life as we have known it, […]

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