We had planned for months for my hysterectomy on September 8th. We watched Hurricane Irma’s track in the Caribbean for days, wondering if it would come during the surgery. Because I would not be allowed to travel for 12 weeks … Continue reading After Hurricane Irma (and Post-op)
I decided to share posts from Cru bloggers with you, too, but as a seven-day devotional series. I thought you might enjoy starting each day reading a post as you prepare for this last week before Christmas. Continue reading 7-Day Advent Devotional Series
Sara shared an evangelistic video with her family through Facebook and saw many come to Christ. Continue reading Reaching Family with a Short Film
We found some practical help for ministering to women that you might like to use this weekend. We’ve also included links for sharing your appreciation through social media. Continue reading Ministry Tips for Mother’s Day 2016
What did it take for Jesus to provide complete and lasting forgiveness, not only for this man, but also for all who came to believe upon Him? Continue reading Is Forgiveness Easy?
Don and Debbie saw God open prison doors and prisoners’ hearts at the 33rd Street prison in Orlando, Florida. With Don’s permission, I’ve adapted his original account (see The Magician’s 5 Miracles on Cru.org). God Opens Prison Doors Gathered in the parking lot with the prison chaplain and with others who came to minister at 33rd Street Prison, Don and the group prayed that God would be with them and would be glorified. Entering the check in facility, the guards took their car keys and driver’s licenses, as expected. Don explained he had some magic props to do a show, for those inmates interested, and some Christian … Continue reading God Opens Prison Doors… and Prisoners’ Hearts