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Faith in Hollywood Part Two

Faith in Hollywood Part Two

Dan Wooding Morning Show Interview-Stories From Pakistan

Dan Wooding Morning Show Interview-Stories From Pakistan

Dan Wooding interviews Little Boy actor and producer

Dan Wooding interviews Little Boy actor and producer

Joni Eareckson Tada and Ken Tada discuss Global Access Conference

Joni Eareckson Tada and Ken Tada discuss Global Access Conference

Dan Wooding introduces the ASSIST News Service

Dan Wooding introduces the ASSIST News Service

Mark Burnett and Roma Downey on AD The Bible Continues with ANS Founder Dan Wooding

Mark Burnett and Roma Downey on AD The Bible Continues with ANS Founder Dan Wooding

Dan Wooding speaking at Hosanna Christian Fellowship on IDOP fro the Persecuted Church

Dan Wooding speaking at Hosanna Christian Fellowship on IDOP fro the Persecuted Church

Imam finds Jesus, loses family, house, and livelihood
By Mark Ellis, Senior Correspondent for ASSIST News Service UGANDA (July 23, 2016) -- An evil spirit tormented Ugandan Imam Kuluseni Tenywa for many years. Out of desperation, he visited the...
Pastor Agu Irukwu Joins Major Line-Up for We Are Men United
By Peter Wooding, European Bureau Chief for ASSIST News Service STOKE, UK (ANS -- July 22, 2016) -- We Are Men United is excited to announce the latest addition to their growing line-up of key...
Iraq’s Mosul Archbishop had to pay ‘protection money’ before his 2008 kidnap and death
By Michael Ireland, Senior Correspondent, ASSIST News Service (www.assistnews.net) MOSUL, IRAQ (ANS, July 22, 2016) --The Chaldean Archbishop of Mosul, who was murdered by militias in 2008, paid...
Next Generation Alliance Connects in DC
Luis Palau Association (www.palau.org) News Release – For Immediate Release For more information, please contact: Betsy Kost, 503-614-1500, . WASHINGTON, DC (ANS -- July...
One Dead, Several Injured in Islamist Attacks on Copts in Egypt
By Jeremy Reynalds, Senior Correspondent, ASSIST News Service () ISTANBUL, TURKEY (ANS-JULY 21 2016) One Christian is dead, several others have been wounded and a fire...

Dan Wooding introduces the ASSIST News Service:

ANS Features

  • Tell her you love her
    Tell her you love her By Rusty Wright, Special to ASSIST News Service MOUNT HERMON, CA (ANS – July 21, 2016) – Recently, when my wife, Meg Korpi, was dying of cancer, a longtime friend offered some advice that I'm really glad I heeded. "Hutch" Hutchins told me I should write a tribute, expressing what she's meant to me and how much I love her.  I should frame it, give it to her, and read it to her personally. Meg was on home hospice care after a three-and-a-half-year struggle with ovarian cancer.  I was her primary caregiver – a demanding, 24/7 responsibility – and was reeling with exhaustion.  But his advice clicked.  I read the tribute to her on May 21, our 16th anniversary.  It had a very positive effect…calming,…
  • The rock that will not roll (Writer’s Opinion)
    The rock that will not roll (Writer’s Opinion) By Charles Gardner, Special to ASSIST News Service DONCASTER, UK (ANS – July 20, 2016) -- At a time of great turbulence, when all around is sinking sand, there is a rock of perfect security on which to stand. His name is Jesus. And those who fail to honour Him will stumble. (Isaiah 8.14; Romans 9.33) In the world of politics, too, there is an “immovable rock” that will injure those nations wishing to move it. (Zechariah 12.3) Could this mean that all who attack Jerusalem – “the city of the Great King” (Matthew 5.35) – will themselves be terrorised? Best-selling novelist Jack Engelhard seems to think so, saying that the dreadful terror attacks enacted by Islamic fanatics in Paris, Brussels, Istanbul and Nice1 all…
  • Vital Issues: The Bible
    Vital Issues: The Bible By Brian Nixon, Special to ASSIST News Service ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO (ANS – July 20, 2016) -- There are conversations that are always difficult to have with one’s family. The “birds and the bees” are one. Talking about sickness and death is another. Or maybe a move to another state, taking the family away from friends and loved ones. You get the point; you can fill in the blank with your own tough discussion. Well, the family of God is no different; there are difficult conversations that must be had among brothers and sisters in Christ. Some revolve around theology (the old Calvinism vs. Arminianism debate); others revolve around polity -- the practice of the faith (contemporary vs. traditional worship as an example). One conversation…
  • Love is the only way to help us mend a wounded Baton Rouge
    Love is the only way to help us mend a wounded Baton Rouge By Grelan Muse Sr., Inside The Pew, Special to ASSIST News Service BATON ROUGE, LA (ANS – July 19, 2016) – I begin this column by sending my condolences to the families of the three wounded officers and the loved ones of the three Baton Rouge peace officers who lost their lives on July 17: Montrell Jackson, 32, Matthew Gerald, 41, and Brad Garafola, 45. My home city has been a place of turmoil since the shooting of Alton Sterling on July 5. However, in the midst of the turmoil, I see a Baton Rouge that is capable of making change. After reading Montrell Jackson’s Facebook post, written on July 8, we were all confronted with a man who felt he was not respected on…
  • Does God still heal miraculously today?
    Does God still heal miraculously today? By Mark Ellis, Senior Correspondent for ASSIST News Service SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (ANS - July 19, 2016) -- Jesus demonstrated he is the Son of God (and he is God) by performing powerful miracles throughout his ministry. I don’t know of any other religious figure who could walk on water, command the wind and the waves, heal people born blind, feed 5,000 with a few loaves and fishes, and raise the dead. In Luke 7, some men sent by John the Baptist came and asked Jesus if he was the Messiah, the one they had been waiting for, and he said: “Go and tell John what you have seen and heard: the blind receive their sight, the lame walk, lepers are cleansed, and the deaf hear, the…
 

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