Athletes in Action has been involved in ministering at the Olympics for decades. Read some of their articles about the Christian athletes at Sochi. Continue reading Sochi: Olympics Report from Athletes in Action
October 3rd marked the 20th anniversary of the battle in Mogadishu, Somalia, which is chronicled in the best-selling book and movie, Black Hawk Down. U.S. Army Best Ranger Jeff Struecker survived the intense combat, returning last March to film a documentary. He had turned down many film offers, until this one, working with Cru staff member and video producer, Mary Beth Minnis. Continue reading “Remembering Black Hawk Down”
A major event in Campus Crusade for Christ’s history was the Big Thompson flood of 1976 which occured during our biennial U.S. Staff Training. Continue reading The Big Thompson Flood of 1976
If you checked the top trends on nibbo.com for several days now, you’d see a LOT of activity on the internet about Manti Te’o and Lance Armstrong. The conversations usually aren’t edifying; a lot of negative and trashy comments are circulating about Manti Te’o in particular.
I alerted 160+ Cru bloggers a few days ago that it’s a good time to use these trending topics to draw some people to a godly perspective. I suggested they could post about lies and truth and the sin nature of man or something along those lines. I’ve read some great posts from them and thought I’d share these blog posts with you Continue reading “Redeeming Online Conversations”
Some Easter Service attendees arrived Saturday night, tailgating at an outlet mall down the street. “That’s a good service, when you have tailgaters,” the pastor said. Continue reading 15,000 Attend Easter Service to Hear Tim Tebow
Ray and Gail planned to relocate to the United States. They had no idea that their plans would coincide with an uprising, part of the “Arab Spring” sweeping the Middle East. Continue reading Exodus out of Egypt