Culture, Current events, Islam, Religion

U.S. Muslim Population to Double By 2050

There were 3.3 million Muslims of all ages living in the United States in 2015, or about 1 percent of the total U.S. population, the Pew Research Center reports. The figure is an update to Pew’s 2011 estimate of 2.75 million Muslims living in the United States. By 2050, Pew expects the share of Muslims… Read More U.S. Muslim Population to Double By 2050

Commentary, Culture, Faith, Kingdom, Spiritual Growth, Spirituality

Identity Thieves

Kimberly N. Alleyne The Harvest Magazine, Publisher and Editor Commentary Do you know who you are? How do you identify yourself? What makes up your DNA? Have you traced your ancestry? What about your self-worth? Your net worth? What do you base those things on? Are they attached to your education, letters behind your name? Are… Read More Identity Thieves

Christianity, Culture, Current events, Islam, Middle East

Christian Communities Are Dwindling In Middle East

Christian populations across much of the conflict-stricken Middle East have rapidly declined in recent decades, and now many church leaders fear their ancient presence in the region could soon disappear, the Economist reported Friday. While Muslims make up the vast majority of victims in the Middle East’s wars, minorities have been disproportionately impacted as Christians… Read More Christian Communities Are Dwindling In Middle East

Culture, Current events, Islam, Race Relations, Race, Ethnicity, Religion

Surge In Hate Crimes Against U.S. Muslims

INCREASE NOTED FOLLOWING ATTACKS IN PARIS, SAN BERNARDINO In Queens, New York, a Muslim store owner reported an attack from a man who screamed that he would “kill Muslims.” In Macon, Georgia, vandals defaced the local Islamic center with words like “terrorist” as well as obscenities. In Castro Valley, California, a woman accosted a group… Read More Surge In Hate Crimes Against U.S. Muslims

Christianity, Church, Culture, Current events

U.S. evangelicals plead for solidarity with refugees

Evangelical leaders in the United States have called on fellow Christians to welcome refugees from Syria and Iraq despite staunch opposition among many politicians and presidential candidates. In a joint statement – titled ‘Caring for Refugees: A Declaration of Evangelical Response’ – leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention, the Assemblies of God, World Relief, the… Read More U.S. evangelicals plead for solidarity with refugees

Church, Culture, Faith, Finances, Giving, Prophecy, Prosperity, Provision, Spirituality, Teleconference

Teleconference Recording | Prosperity: It’s Not Only About Money

Kimberly N. Alleyne The Harvest Magazine Publisher and Editor Wow!! Simply amazing. On Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2015, Pastor Steven R. Woods shared an unbelievable teaching with the Harvest Women’s Prayer and Learning Group. Woods is Founder and Senior Pastor of Living Word Faith Center in New Albany, Miss. The presence of God and thick anointing… Read More Teleconference Recording | Prosperity: It’s Not Only About Money

Church, Culture, Current events, Health

They said no to company-mandated flu shot and now fear firing. Here’s why.

Megan Duncan, Alanda Watson and Denise Mercurius will report to work Friday morning, as they have done every day for years. Once there, they expect to be fired. The three women — employees of Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey, an agency that helps the elderly and the disadvantaged throughout the state — are among… Read More They said no to company-mandated flu shot and now fear firing. Here’s why.