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  • Campus Crusade for Christ: What's in a Name? ("Crusade" dropped because of bad image it evokes)

    07/31/2011 12:33:39 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 24 replies
    Christian Post ^ | 07/31/2011 | Ken Connor
    "Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to men by which we must be saved.” Acts 4:12 (NIV) Campus Crusade for Christ, one of the world’s leading evangelistic ministries, is changing its name. Apparently the passage of time and changing cultural sensitivities have made its old name – in place since its founding on the campus of UCLA in 1951 by Bill and Vonette Bright – a liability. “Campus” evokes images of youth and enthusiasm and institutions of higher learning. But, in the ensuing 60 years, the ministry had expanded into...
  • Funerals for Virginia Tech students killed in Jefferson National Forest set for this afternoon

    08/31/2009 6:12:23 AM PDT · by Feline_AIDS · 18 replies · 2,079+ views
    Roanoke Times ^ | 31 Aug 2009
    The funeral services for two Virginia Tech sophomores who apparently were shot to death last week in the Caldwell Fields section of the Jefferson National Forest are scheduled for today in Lynchburg. As of Sunday evening, the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office still was seeking leads for the shooting, which they believe occurred either Wednesday night or Thursday morning. Services for David Lee Metzler, 19, of Lynchburg and Heidi Lynn Childs, 18, of Forest will be held at Heritage Baptist Church, which both students attended. Metzler's service will be at 1 p.m., while Childs' will be at 3 p.m. Each service...
  • Va. Tech in Mourning, This Time for Couple Slain Off Campus

    08/29/2009 5:15:22 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 26 replies · 1,547+ views
    The Washington Post ^ | 2009-08-29 | Mark Viera & Maria Glod
    BLACKSBURG, Va., Aug. 28 -- In what has become a sadly familiar ritual, about 100 students huddled together Friday on the Drillfield at the heart of the Virginia Tech campus, weeping and singing hymns as they mourned two slain classmates. Heidi Childs, 18, and David Metzler, 19, bright and promising students who were active in Campus Crusade for Christ, were found fatally shot Thursday morning in a national park about 15 miles from campus. Police said Friday that they had no suspects.
  • CCC Media Ministry Records Over 1M Decisions for Christ in 1 Month

    07/16/2009 5:17:43 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 9 replies · 401+ views
    Christian Post ^ | 7/16/2009 | Eric Young
    For the first time in its five-year history, the media arm of Campus Crusade for Christ recorded over one million decisions for Jesus Christ in a single month. In its announcement Wednesday, CCCs Global Media Outreach (GMO) reported that 1,030,581 people indicated either a first-time decision to follow Jesus or a decision to recommit their life to Christ through one of more than 90 GMO-hosted Gospel Web sites in June. "This is an historic event only possible by God's power," said GMO founder and chair Walt Wilson. "Over the past few months, we have seen an increasing number of people...
  • Top Pentagon Officers Face Discipline for Endorsing Christianity

    08/27/2007 6:19:54 AM PDT · by ZGuy · 15 replies · 697+ views
    Christian Post ^ | Aug. 26 2007 | Ethan Cole
    Seven high-ranking officers, including four generals, could face discipline for what the Pentagon considers their promotion of Christianity. The Pentagon inspector general found the seven officers to be engaged in misconduct when they appeared in a promotional fundraiser video for the evangelical group Christian Embassy three years ago, according to OneNewsNow. Christian Embassy was founded by the late Dr. Bill Bright of Campus Crusade for Christ and ministers to diplomats, government leaders and military officers. The ministry holds prayer meetings each Wednesday morning at the Pentagon. The officers were said to be in uniform at the Pentagon when they expressed...
  • Lauren's legacy

    06/09/2007 8:52:48 AM PDT · by JZelle · 5 replies · 399+ views ^ | 6-9-07 | Mike Holtzclaw
    HAMPTON -- Lauren McCain is still talking to people and sharing her faith. Six weeks after she was killed in the April 16 massacre at Virginia Tech, the 20-year-old from Hampton is beginning to attract attention from churches and Christian groups across the country through an 8 1/2-minute video clip -- filmed less than two months before her death -- in which she talks about her faith and her belief in an afterlife. Her father, David McCain, in his first public comments since her death, said the video is a fitting legacy for his daughter. "That was her desire," he...
  • Campus Crusade will be featured on CBS Evening News with Katie Couric Wednesday, November 1st

    11/01/2006 6:31:21 AM PST · by WKB · 55 replies · 1,110+ views
    11-1-6 | Email From CCC Memeber
    The CBS film crew just finished shooting at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. The focus of the story is the increased spiritual interest of college students and their involvement with Christian groups. CBS shot the entire UW weekly meeting with fantastic footage of a classic Crusade gathering with students streaming in and hanging from the rafters. They also filmed an entire freshmen girls dorm Bible study. Two students were interviewed sharing how they left the party scene when their lives were changed by Jesus. Now they are leading Bible studies. The feature is tentatively scheduled to run on Wednesday,...
  • Canadian Cinema Chain Won't Permit Paid Ad Correcting Da Vinci Code Errors

    05/29/2006 9:57:04 AM PDT · by wagglebee · 7 replies · 362+ views
    LifeSiteNews ^ | 5/29/06 | LifeSiteNews
    VANCOUVER, May 29, 2006 ( - The Canadian Movie Theater chain Cineplex Odeon abruptly cancelled a planned in-theater advertising campaign by Campus Crusade for Christ May 17. Valued at more than $60,000, the ads were part of the organization's program encouraging the public to view The Da Vinci Code movie and explore religious issues raised by the film."We're very disappointed the movie chain cancelled our ads without any discussion or verification regarding our plans," said Campus Crusade Marketing Director Braden Douglas.The Langley, BC-based organization had produced a 10-sec movie screen teaser ad encouraging the public to visit a special...
  • A day in the life of President Bush (5/6/06): photos & news

    05/06/2006 4:34:57 PM PDT · by Wolfstar · 123 replies · 3,220+ views
    PRESIDENTIAL NEWS OF THE DAY President Bush had an exceptionally full calendar today. He left Washington shortly after dawn this morning to fly to Oklahoma, where he delivered the commencement address at the University of Oklahoma. While in flight aboard Air Force One, the President got some work done, including a phone call to discuss Darfur with Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo. On his return to Washington, the President joined the First Lady and former President George H. W. Bush and his wife, Barbara, at a wedding for family friends. Transcript of the President's Commencement Address at the University of Oklahoma...
  • Christians Sue for Right Not to Tolerate Policies [bias alert]

    04/10/2006 9:17:06 PM PDT · by sionnsar · 6 replies · 271+ views
    titusonenine ^ | 4/10/2006
    Ruth Malhotra went to court last month for the right to be intolerant.Malhotra says her Christian faith compels her to speak out against homosexuality. But the Georgia Institute of Technology, where shes a senior, bans speech that puts down others because of their sexual orientation.Malhotra sees that as an unacceptable infringement on her right to religious expression. So shes demanding that Georgia Tech revoke its tolerance policy.With her lawsuit, the 22-year-old student joins a growing campaign to force public schools, state colleges and private workplaces to eliminate policies protecting gays and lesbians from harassment. The religious right aims to overturn...
  • Christians Sue for Right Not to Tolerate Policies

    04/10/2006 2:26:20 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 213 replies · 3,549+ views
    Los Angeles Times ^ | April 10, 2006 | Stephanie Simon, Times Staff Writer
    ATLANTA Ruth Malhotra went to court last month for the right to be intolerant. Malhotra says her Christian faith compels her to speak out against homosexuality. But the Georgia Institute of Technology, where she's a senior, bans speech that puts down others because of their sexual orientation. Malhotra sees that as an unacceptable infringement on her right to religious expression. So she's demanding that Georgia Tech revoke its tolerance policy. With her lawsuit, the 22-year-old student joins a growing campaign to force public schools, state colleges and private workplaces to eliminate policies protecting gays and lesbians from harassment. The...
  • Christian Students Replace Spring Break Sun, Sand with Mud, Mildew

    03/12/2006 7:14:22 AM PST · by MineralMan · 9 replies · 675+ views
    The Christian Post ^ | 3/12/06 | UNK
    College students are replacing the sun, sand and surf of a typical spring break with the mud, muck, mold and mildew of Katrina relief, according to a campus ministry spokesman. Campus Crusade for Christ has drawn thousands of students from campuses across the nation to spend their respective spring breaks helping Gulf Coast communities recover and rebuild. The campus ministry had originally planned on 8,000 participants but drew another 2,000 student registrants to the Katrina-devastated lands. Students flew and traveled by bus for up to 36 hours from such cities as Berkeley, Calif., and Buffalo, N.Y., for the "rolling" spring...
  • Ivy League Schools See Rise in Evangelical Students

    12/28/2005 2:51:46 PM PST · by dukeman · 66 replies · 1,264+ views
    The Christian Post ^ | 12/27/05 | Audrey Barrick
    More Evangelicals are attending Ivy League universities where spiritual interest is growing more than ever, according to university faculty and campus fellowship officials. "People are more hungry than I've ever seen; people want to know if it's true or not," said Craig Parker of The Navigators, according to CBN. "I've seen a growing spiritual interest." Noting the increase in Evangelicals at Ivy League schools, Michael Lindsay, a Ph.D. candidate at Princeton University, said, "This is the unintended consequence of having a more diverse student body. As these elite institutions have recruited geographicallythey've also produced religious diversity, so there are more...
  • Father & Child (An Evangelical Minister preaches on St. Joseph)

    12/14/2005 11:33:44 AM PST · by NYer · 5 replies · 2,150+ views
    Time ^ | December 12, 2005 | DAVID VAN BIEMA
    Four days before Christmas in 1994, John DavidEdington, 22, the adopted son of a Presbyterian minister named Howard Edington, was driving home through an Orlando, Fla., downpour when he lost control of his car and ran into a tree. He died instantly. The tragedy was mourned deeply in lofty reaches of the evangelical world because the Rev. Edington is an extremely respected minister and at the time was the personal pastor to Bill Bright, founder of the megaministry Campus Crusade for Christ.Edington could have retreated into his grief, but instead, he preached three Christmas sermons that week on a topic...
  • 'Jesus' film screeners murdered (Men in Muslim Bangladesh had received threats)

    08/06/2005 4:44:54 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 7 replies · 394+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | 8/6/05 | Michael Ireland/Assist News Service
    Two Christian men showing the "Jesus" film were killed in Faridpur, Bangladesh. Lipial Marandi, 21, and Tapan Kumar Roy, 27, were employed with Christian Life Bangladesh, a partner agency of Campus Crusade for Christ, the American-based evangelistic group. Amid strong outrage voiced at their July 29 murders, Bengali Christians are planning a rally in support of their families. The two men had spent the last eight months providing health awareness programs to locals and showing the "Jesus" film. The two-hour docudrama about the life of Christ, based on the Gospel of Luke, has been seen in every country of the...
  • The Pope We Never Knew:

    04/30/2005 8:08:49 AM PDT · by rhema · 2 replies · 378+ views
    Christianity Today ^ | 04/19/2005 | David Scott
    When Karol Wojtyla stepped out on the Vatican balcony on October 16, 1978, as the new Pope John Paul II, waving to the crowds in St. Peter's Square on the first day of his auspicious papacy, the person preaching for him in his home pulpit back in Krakow, Poland, was none other than Billy Graham. Behind that fact is a surprising story of the late pope's personal involvement with American evangelicals. With his passing, it is time to tell that story. In the mid-1970s, American mission organizations like the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association began taking the gospel behind the Iron...
  • Campus Crusade for Christ Sues Mel Gibson over Passion

    12/13/2004 3:21:06 PM PST · by Alex Murphy · 38 replies · 993+ views
    Holy Observer ^ | February 16, 2004
    Ministry claims the actor's movie is "a blatant rip off" of their JESUS filmLOS ANGELES, CA In a flurry of controversy that just won't blow over, Mel Gibson's film The Passion of the Christ which has seen a storm of criticism from Jewish groups who fear the movie will stir anti-Semitism - seems destined for a dustup with an unlikely opponent and recent ally. Lawyers for Campus Crusade for Christ International have filed papers in US District Court alleging that The Passion of the Christ, which tells the story of the final 12 hours of the life of...
  • NYC's New Hope- street-smart churches changing the culture of USA's largest and most dynamic city

    11/21/2004 5:19:43 PM PST · by dukeman · 62 replies · 3,307+ views
    Christianity Today ^ | 11/19/04 | Tony Carnes
    Acting on a tip, FBI agents in early October began digging up a vacant, swampy lot in Queens with a backhoe, searching for bodies of Mafia victims. One person the agents were seeking disappeared 24 years ago after he accidentally killed the 12-year-old son of John Gotti, the late "Teflon Don" mobster. I knew exactly where they were digging. I had been on that lonely dead end on Easter. For the past two years, I have been searching hundreds of streets and alleyways to discover the civilizing effect of Christ on New York City. I could have told them where...
  • Local group serves deployed troops one Bible at a time

    10/09/2004 5:46:42 PM PDT · by Ragtime Cowgirl · 14 replies · 573+ views
    Casemate - Fort Monroe, Va. ^ | October 8, 2004 | Patrick Buffett
    (Click logo to return to home page)Local group serves deployed troops one Bible at a timeSTORY AND PHOTO BY PATRICK BUFFETT CASEMATE STAFF WRITER At first glance, Suite 6012 in a Newport News office tower seems like any other business. Administrative assistants fuss over computer keyboards and issue the occasional may I help you? in response to the chatter of incoming phone calls. Doorplates mark the presence of higher-level personnel assistants and financial managers. A closer look, however, reveals an aspect of this office that sets it apart from any other in the world. Throughout each business day, teams...
  • Graduation Jihad

    06/17/2004 1:57:58 AM PDT · by kattracks · 45 replies · 562+ views ^ | 6/17/04 | Roberta Leguizamon
    Graduating students at University of California-Irvine should be celebrating the end of a journey and the beginning of the best and most productive years of their lives. Instead, some of those young hopefuls intend to show their supportfor terrorism,murder and Islamist tyranny. The Muslim Student Union (MSU) of University of California-Irvine has asked graduating Muslim students to wear green sashes bearing the word shahada, the Arabic word for "martyrdom. The Muslim world refers toa suicide bomber who kills innocent civilians in Israelas ashahid. Pilots and their cohorts who fly airplanes into skyscrapers are also celebrated for their martyrdom. Children in...
  • Separation of Church and Club (Christians are like spam emailers?)

    05/23/2004 8:09:02 AM PDT · by chance33_98 · 91 replies · 283+ views
    Separation of Church and Club BY NICK MORTEN 2004-05-18 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- No one likes spam. I hate opening an e-mail and reading, Hey, its Jenny from high school, only to realize that this Jenny wants to naturally enlarge my penis or boost my credit. I didnt ask for either, and if I were interested, I wouldnt get anything from this piece of deception. Like many other Cal Poly Pomona students, Ive noticed the disturbing increase of spam on campus.Most are easily avoidable; groups soliciting their fill-in-the-blank agenda are easily identifiable from a distance. There is, however, one group on campus...
  • Bush's openness about religion connects with American youth

    03/16/2004 6:42:16 PM PST · by ambrose · 9 replies · 213+ views
    Posted on Tue, Mar. 16, 2004 Bush's openness about religion connects with American youthBY DAVID TARRANTThe Dallas Morning News DALLAS - (KRT) - Early in his campaign for the presidency four years ago, George W. Bush was asked in a Republican debate which political philosopher he most admired.He replied: Jesus Christ "because he changed my heart."At the time, his answer caused a stir. Christian conservatives cheered, but political experts wondered whether his response was wise, or perhaps less than presidential.Today, as he campaigns for a second term, the president's unabashed candor about his faith is hitting the mark among...
  • Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Boy Scouts' Appeal

    03/08/2004 8:58:21 AM PST · by Tumbleweed_Connection · 31 replies · 279+ views
    The Supreme Court refused Monday to hear an appeal from the Boy Scouts over what the organization says is discrimination because of its policy against hiring gays. The case revisited the gay rights fight surrounding the high court's ruling four years ago that the Boy Scouts have the right to ban openly homosexual leaders. This time, the question was whether states may treat the Scouts differently than other organizations because of that policy. The Scouts asked the justices to hear a case from Connecticut, where officials dropped the group from a list of charities that receive donations through a state...
  • Plaids versus Woodstocks The Last Battle for the Soul of the Sixties...

    03/08/2004 4:15:25 PM PST · by AreaMan · 26 replies · 1,472+ views
    Calfornia ^ | 27 Feb 04 | John Mark Reynolds
    John Mark Reynolds- Contributor John Mark Reynolds is the founder and director of the Torrey Honors Institute, and Associate Professor of Philosophy, at Biola University. Plaids versus Woodstocks The Last Battle for the Soul of the Sixties... [John Mark Reynolds] 2/27/04 I just returned from a delightful reprise of the play Forever Plaid at the La Mirada Performing Arts Center. I first saw this marvelous musical memory ten years ago and loved it then, but McCoy-Rigby has gotten the show exactly right. The show is essentially a memorial to the tight harmonies of the male quartets of the early sixties....
  • Bringint the Bible back to School

    01/28/2004 8:22:31 PM PST · by CourtneyLeigh · 5 replies · 474+ views
    American Family Association Journal, ^ | September 2000 |
    American Family Association Journal, September 2000 BRINGING THE BIBLE BACK TO SCHOOL Washington, D.C.s National Press Club was the setting July 25 for an important announcement that is likely to have far-reaching impact on the students attending our nations public schools and, perhaps, the future of America itself. The National Council on Bible Curriculum in Public Schools (NCBCPS) is a proactive organization based in Greensboro, North Carolina, that is devoted to returning the study of the Bible as an elective course to junior and senior high school classrooms nationwide. Its president, Elizabeth Ridenour, says tremendous progress has been made...
  • The end of 'Christianity lite' is near

    12/21/2003 3:46:23 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 208 replies · 2,534+ views
    Edmonton Sun ^ | December 21, 2003 | TED BYFIELD
    Forgive me for playing prophet, but I think this will be the last Christmas of the 20th century. Yes, I know that the 20th century actually ended a few years ago, but I'm thinking of it as an era. This Christmas a certain era will end. Call it the era of Christianity lite. Much popular religion of the century descended into mere feel-goodism. Gone was all serious reference to sin, repentance, suffering, atonement, evil, anything unpleasant. God was in heaven and all was rosy. Say your prayers, try not to hurt anybody, never be "judgmental," and everything will come out...
  • Religious upsurge brings culture clash to college campuses

    12/10/2003 2:50:43 AM PST · by Cincinatus' Wife · 27 replies · 199+ views
    Christian Science Monitor ^ | December 10, 2003 | Amanda Paulson
    EVANSTON, ILL. - It's a rainy Thursday night, a few days before finals, and Northwestern University's campus is deserted. But students can hear the raucous music emanating from one old stone building long before they step inside. "Blessed be Your glorious name!" sings a throng of 100-plus students, led by amped-up guitarists, a drummer, and backup singers on stage. It would take more than rain or exams to keep them away from these Thursday nights of singing, praising God, and sharing their relationships with Jesus. Religion on campus - particularly evangelical groups like this one - is thriving these days,...
  • Official Release on the Death of Christian Leader Bill Bright

    07/20/2003 12:07:10 PM PDT · by No Fool · 10 replies · 294+ views
    Campus Crusade for Christ ^ | July 20th, 2003 |
    William R. "Bill" Bright, Founder of World's Largest Christian Organization Dies ORLANDO, Fla., July 19, 2003 William R. Bill Bright, founder of Campus Crusade for Christ, the worlds largest Christian ministry, died today from complications related to pulmonary fibrosis. He was 81. Fueled by his passion to present the love and claims of Jesus Christ to "every living person on earth," Dr. Bright spent more than five decades building and leading the Orlando, Florida-based Campus Crusade for Christ. As the worlds largest Christian ministry, Campus Crusade for Christ serves people in 191 countries through a staff of 26,000 full-time employees...
  • Bill Bright passes on to be with the Lord

    07/19/2003 9:27:47 PM PDT · by ppaul · 69 replies · 2,894+ views
    e-mail ^ | 7/19/03 | friend
    Brothers, Tonight, Saturday, around 6:25 Pacific time, Bill Bright, Founder of Campus Crusade for Christ died and went to be with the Lord. There were tears of sadness seeing a brother pass away and there were songs of praise to the Lord for using Bill as God did. If you could bow before the Lord for his family and those close to him. Putting aside any opinions or disagreements you might have with CCC but as a great visionary brother in Christ that has been one of the most influencial person for the furthering of the Kingdom of God in...
  • Larry Burkett 1939-2003

    07/04/2003 5:44:57 PM PDT · by since1868 · 22 replies · 491+ views
    Larry Burkett Following a long and courageous battle with cancer and heart disease, Larry Burkett completed his journey of serving the Lord Jesus Christ on this earth. Having battled cancer and heart attacks for the past several years, God called Larry into His presence at 3 am on July 4th. To say that he will be missed is a huge understatement. Larry was truly loved by all those whose lives he touched; his family, his friends and his ministry partners. He lived a life of Christian kindness and genuine humility. He was always extraordinarily generous. Steve Moore, Crowns radio co-host...
  • Of mice and Moeser

    06/25/2003 11:33:07 PM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 1 replies · 178+ views ^ | Thursday, June 26, 2003 | Mike S. Adams
    After several weeks of silence, Chancellor James Moeser has now responded to my recent charge (see The Campus Crusade Against Christ (revisited)) that university administrators have been involved in an unconstitutional assault on religious organizations at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His form response to readers follows: Thanks for sharing your views as a result of a recent Internet commentary about the university and an issue involving student organizations with religious affiliations that is some six months old and has been satisfactorily resolved. Permit me to provide some additional background information. I think you will be...
  • The campus crusade against Christ (revisited)

    06/05/2003 1:27:56 AM PDT · by kattracks · 4 replies · 281+ views ^ | 6/05/03 | Mike S. Adams
    I would urge everyone reading this column, whether they are a Christian, a conservative, or simply a firm believer in our constitutional democracy to do two things without delay. First, read every word of this editorial carefully. Second, take the time to e-mail Chancellor James Moeser ( demanding appropriate personnel changes necessary to end the unconstitutional assault on religious organizations at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.I first wrote about the issue of anti-Christian bigotry on college campuses last July in an editorial entitled "The Campus Crusade Against Christ." The editorial attempted to draw attention to the hypocrisy...
  • Promise Keepers to meet in Baltimore

    05/26/2003 1:12:24 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 5 replies · 224+ views
    Washinton Times ^ | May 26, 2003 | Julia Duin
    <p>The Christian men's group Promise Keepers says 10,000 men will attend its conference this weekend in Baltimore's First Mariner Arena.</p> <p>Called "The Challenge: A Call to Action," the conference Friday and Saturday will include 17 hours worth of sessions.</p> <p>Promise Keepers is best known for a Washington conference in October 1997 that attracted more than 1 million men to the National Mall. But the Denver-based group took huge losses due to budget shortfalls and a decision to not charge admission during 1998 and 1999. Attendance plummeted.</p>
  • Religious materials on campus [public middle schools]

    04/25/2003 11:24:10 AM PDT · by george wythe · 12 replies · 175+ views
    West Hawaii Today ^ | April 24, 2003
    Distribution of religious materials in West Hawaii public schools has raised the ire of some, but opened the door wide to any other special interest group to do the same, including gay rights activists or atheists. Concerns about the Jesus Hawaii Project distributing literature at public schools were raised by a number of West Hawaii residents who believe their childrens' constitutional rights were violated. However, the legal director of the Hawaii branch of the American Civil Liberties Union defended the rights of the Campus Crusade for Christ to pass out such material. Brent White, legal director of the ACLU, added...
  • Campus Crusade For Christ Founder Bill Bright NearsEnd Of His Life

    04/10/2003 4:50:27 AM PDT · by AppyPappy · 178+ views
    ( ANS) -- As the founder of Campus Crusade for Christ, along with his wife, Vonette, Dr. Bill Bright established one of the most successful evangelistic movements in the world - resulting in more than 4 billion exposures to the Gospel of Jesus Christ since 1951. Bright's legacy is not in his many accomplishments, rather it is how God can use any person to help fulfill the Great Commission. Now Bill Bright's wife, Vonette, has written a letter to family, Campus Crusade Staff, their ministry Board and the ministry's many friends around the world. The letter is being circulated by...
  • Educator Unearths 'Systematic Discrimination' Against Campus Christian Groups

    02/05/2003 4:10:54 PM PST · by Remedy · 8 replies · 570+ views
    AgapePress ^ | February 3, 2003 | Jim Brown
    An ongoing investigation has revealed that the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has engaged in systematic discrimination against Christian student groups.After UNC's student organization office threatened to strip InterVarsity Christian Fellowship of university funding, Dr. Mike Adams discovered other Christian groups were receiving similar treatment. When confronted with a public records request from Adams, the university disclosed 17 letters it had sent to student organizations.Adams, an associate professor of criminal justice at UNC-Wilmington, says there was a common theme in the correspondence."Very clearly you can see that, in fact, they have not been focusing on secular fraternities and...

    03/29/2003 6:59:22 AM PST · by goorala · 2 replies · 190+ views
    Luis Palau ^ | March 24, 2003
    LUIS PALAU BRINGS THE GOOD NEWS TO FORT LAUDERDALE BEACH This wasn't their typical spring break in Fort Lauderdale TBN 2-hour Beachfest Highlights Special 5-7 PM Eastern Time Saturday, March 29, 2003 check local listings or click here for more information. FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida (March 25, 2003) -- Two days before Beachfest with Luis Palau began, America went to war with Iraq. Throughout the March 22-23 weekend, Luis Palau turned the news uppermost in Americans' minds to an eternal angle. " There's a war going on in Iraq," Luis Palau said Saturday night to the crowd packed from sidewalk to...
  • Thousands of troops request Bibles(Retired officer swamped with orders)

    03/22/2003 1:07:08 PM PST · by truthandlife · 20 replies · 312+ views
    As coalition forces continue their push into Iraq, thoughts of the battle that awaits them in Baghdad weigh heavy. "It's an inferno that awaits them. Let them try their faltering luck and they shall meet what awaits them," warned a defiant Saddam Hussein. While the soldiers have trained exhaustively for this mission, have the backing of the most powerful military in the world and Iraqi soldiers are surrendering by the droves, war is war. And six of their own have already lost their lives in the line of duty in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Cmdr. Doyle Dunn leads sailors, Marines in...
  • Christian Cleansing on American Campuses

    02/18/2003 5:11:39 AM PST · by SJackson · 53 replies · 437+ views
    Since 9-11, hundreds of colleges and universities across America have bent over backward to show the world that they embrace Islam. The University of North Carolina, for example, now requires all incoming freshmen to read the Muslim devotional Approaching the Koran. And in the wake of Sept.11th, left-wing professors throughout the nation held teach-ins to inform college students that Islam is a peaceful religion, notwithstanding the fact that most of the Muslim world, including many American Muslims, view the United States as the Great Satan. Despite the lefts new love affair with radical Islam, the left has not changed its...
  • Campus Christian Group Dismisses Racist Accusations

    02/16/2003 11:41:46 AM PST · by chance33_98 · 1 replies · 151+ views
    Coyote Press Online, Southern Nevada Community College Campus Christian Group Dismisses Racist Accusations By Nathan Fairbanks A case of mistaken identity on the Internet has led to accusations of racism against the Campus Crusade for Christ, according to leaders of the group. The person still has not been identified who is responsible for the accusations. It is not known if their intentions were malicious, or if they just made an honest mistake. Joe Bushelman, a staff representative for the Campus Crusade for Christ, and Omar Garcia, the club's president, explained the situation outside of the A building at the...
  • Longtime Orlando pastor resigns

    12/06/2002 4:05:31 PM PST · by PAR35 · 135+ views
    Orlando Sentinel ^ | December 5, 2002 | Mark I. Pinsky
    The Rev. Howard Edington, who in two decades as pastor more than tripled the downtown congregation of First Presbyterian Church of Orlando, announced his retirement Wednesday in the wake of a controversy sparked by his conservative views on the role of gays in the denomination. The 60-year-old Edington's vocal opposition to ordaining gay ministers and blessing same-sex unions -- together with a sermon opposing the Orlando City Council's recently passed ordinance protecting gays from discrimination -- had roiled his congregation. At least two elders resigned. At one point, the minister was urged to take a six-month sabbatical, an offer he...