Church, Civil Rights, Commentary, Culture, Current events, Love, Race Relations, Race, Ethnicity, Social Justice, Spiritual Warfare, Spirituality

Neither Jew Nor Gentile

The Deception of Racial, Ethnic, and Gender Superiority Commentary Kimberly N. Alleyne, Publisher and Editor The Harvest Magazine Scripture References: Colossians 3:9-11; Galatians 3:26-29     “So in Christ Jesus you are all children of God through faith, for all of you who were baptized into Christ have clothed yourselves with Christ. There is neither… Read More Neither Jew Nor Gentile

Culture, Current events, Love, Prayer

Handling Homelessness with Prayer

PETALUMA, CA, July 11, 2016 – The San Francisco Chronicle, along with more than 70 other Bay Area news outlets, joined forces recently to draw attention to the problem of homelessness. “We see the misery around us,” they wrote in an open letter, addressed to the city and people of San Francisco, “and we sense… Read More Handling Homelessness with Prayer

Conference, Culture, Current events, Grow your dreams, Harvest Contributors, Marriage

Get Your Tickets for the Be A Wife Conference

[tweetthis]I’m already a wife. I’m simply not married. If unmarried women grasp that it will change everything@NicolePertillar[/tweetthis]   Join Harvest Magazine contributor Nicole Pertillar at the Be A Wife Conference Tickets can be purchased at http://bit.ly/beawife2016 I Am Already A Wife… Nicole Pertillar — Author. Coach. Artist. Harvest Magazine Contributor I am truly excited about the 2nd… Read More Get Your Tickets for the Be A Wife Conference

Christianity, Current events, Environment

Can Christianity Save Climate Change?

John Muir was a fervent believer. Not just in science or conservation or the National Park Service, which he championed. The founder of the Sierra Club and father of American environmentalism also believed in God. “The forests of America, however slighted by man, must have been a great delight to God,” Muir wrote in his… Read More Can Christianity Save Climate Change?

Christianity, Culture, Current events, Israel, Religion, Religious Freedom, Religious Persecution

Israel Probes Extremist For Anti-Christian Comments

Israeli authorities have opened a criminal investigation into alleged incitement by Benzi Gopstein, leader of the far-right anti-assimilation Lehava group, according to Israeli media reports, after he wrote an article in December that likened Christians to “vampires” and called for them to be expelled from the holy land. In the article published on far-right Israeli… Read More Israel Probes Extremist For Anti-Christian Comments

Christianity, Current events, ISIL, Islam, Middle East, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, War

Pope raises concerns for Christians in talks with Iraqi PM Abadi

Pope Francis hosted Iraq’s Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on Wednesday and raised concerns about the desperate plight of Christians and other minorities in the war-torn country. Iraq’s ancient Christian community has been decimated since the militant Islamists of ISIL swept through a third of the nation in 2014 in their drive to build a caliphate.… Read More Pope raises concerns for Christians in talks with Iraqi PM Abadi

Christianity, Current events, Fasting, Spirituality

Why Fasting During Lent Is Probably Easier Than Keeping A New Year’s Resolution

Wednesday marked the beginning of Lent, a season of fasting and abstinence for Christian denominations all over the world. This premise is not unlike the one underlying New Year’s resolutions, and yet only eight percent of Americans stick to their resolutions compared to 65 percent of Christians who stick to Lenten fasts and promises. So… Read More Why Fasting During Lent Is Probably Easier Than Keeping A New Year’s Resolution

Conviction, Culture, Current events, Faith Community, Faith-based Organizations, Fear, Feature, Grace, Ministry, Purpose

We have ALL aborted: Counseling from a Perspective of Grace

Care Net Blog – www.care-net.org Vernicia T. Eure January 25, 2016   “Why isn’t she getting it? Abortion is not the best solution for her or her baby,” I wondered as I sat across from my client.  I’m tired of abortion!   What if one of the biggest hindrances in the counseling room is our… Read More We have ALL aborted: Counseling from a Perspective of Grace

Church, Culture, Current events, Faith Community, Faith-based Organizations

VIDEO: Care Net Launches “Making Life Disciples”

Equipping Churches to Minister to Women and Men Considering Abortion WATCH THE VIDEO! This article originally appeared on www.care-net.org http://www.care-net.org/churches-blog/care-net-launches-making-life-disciples-helping-churches-minister-to-people-considering-abortion Last fall, Care Net and Life Way Research released groundbreaking research abortion and the church. It found that women go silently from the church to abortion clinics. More than 4 in 10 women who have had an abortion were churchgoers… Read More VIDEO: Care Net Launches “Making Life Disciples”

Culture, Current events, Religion, Social Justice

Germany’s Chancellor Vows to Tackle ‘Hatred’ At Holocaust Art Opening

International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2016 German Chancellor Angela Merkel opened a Holocaust art exhibition displaying works from Jewish concentration camp prisoners on Monday, ahead of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, and vowed to tackle rising in anti-Semitism in Germany. The exhibition, entitled “Art from the Holocaust,” presents 100 pieces from Israel’s Holocaust museum, known as Yad… Read More Germany’s Chancellor Vows to Tackle ‘Hatred’ At Holocaust Art Opening