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‘If You Don’t Know God, Here’s Your Invitation To Know Him’ Baltimore Pastor Jason Nelson To Release Third Album ‘CLOSE’

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Baltimore pastor is bringing his ministry to the masses through his music. Jason Nelson has racked up over 100 million digital streams as a gospel singer and is now releasing a new album. “If you don’t know God, here’s an invitation to know him. If you do know God here’s an invitation to know him better,” said Nelson. He wants you to know his music is for everyone. “We’re trying to appeal to people who may never step foot in church but still need to hear the gospel,” Nelson added. The pastor of the tab church formerly known as Greater...
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Fremont County, CODaily Record

Sons & Brothers to host tent revival Aug. 13-15

Faith Over Fremont County and Sons & Brothers will host a three-night tent revival Aug. 13-15 at the Abbey Football Field, located at 2951 E. U.S. 50. The tent revival will begin at 6 p.m. each evening and will include music from Sons & Brothers and guests, a message from Pastor Rob Paulin of Praise Community Church in Florence and time for fellowship and worship.
Antigo, WIantigotimes.com

Paul Family Bluegrass Band at Antigo Community Church

The Paul Family Bluegrass Band will be having a free concert on Friday, August 27, 2021 at 7:00pm at Antigo Community Church, 737 Deleglise Street. With a profound ear towards traditional Gospel and Appalachian bluegrass music, the widely acclaimed Paul Family Bluegrass Band skillfully blends together six acoustic stringed instruments combined with tasteful harmonies resulting in a sound and performance that only a family can deliver. The family’s love for the Lord is evident in everything they do and is easily noticeable in their music, stage presence, and audience interaction. Whatever the song, wherever the performance, the Paul Family Bluegrass Band always brings a lively performance that features songs with positive messages that will leave you feeling encouraged, enlightened, empowered, and emboldened.

Spreading the Gospel to North Korea through Radio

08/04/2021 North Korea (International Christian Concern) – North Korea, the isolated authoritarian nation of North Korea remains no.1 on the Open Doors “World Watch List” of countries where Christians are targeted and persecuted. Under the reign of the Kim family, North Koreans are taught to revere only their supreme leaders...

Pope resumes public audiences a month after major surgery

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis resumed his routine of holding weekly audiences with the general public a month after he underwent bowel surgery. Francis walked unaided to the center of the stage in a Vatican auditorium on Wednesday and addressed several hundred pilgrims and tourists. “When it comes to...

Ewa woman makes profession as Secular Franciscan

Ana Monica Cleverdon of Immaculate Conception Parish, Ewa, made her permanent profession into the Secular Franciscan Order during the 10:30 a.m. Mass at Holy Trinity Church, Sunday, July 11. Capuchin Franciscan Father Michel Dalton, pastor of Holy Trinity and region spiritual assistant for the Secular Franciscans, presided at the Mass.

Solidarity Fund for Church in Africa: Sharing Gospel with joy that inspires

Africa is the poorest and most marginalized area of the world from an economic and political standpoint. Endemic poverty, ecological damage, poor governance and persistent conflicts result in the displacement of millions on the continent. Africa also is a continent of enormous spiritual vitality, where the people of God — ordained and laity alike — share the Gospel with a joy that should inspire all of us to do likewise.

Contextualising the gospel

One of the first things I did after finishing high school was join a mission trip to the state of Tamilnadu in southern India. On this trip my group and I got to visit orphanages, see the formation of new churches and meet local missionaries who had toiled for years trying to spread the Gospel.

‘Let Us Pray for the Church’ – Pope’s August Prayer Intention

The following is the Vatican-provided English text of the Pope’s video with the prayer intention for the month of August, disseminated via the Pope’s World Prayer Network on the theme The Church on the Way: “Let us pray for the Church, that she may receive from the Holy Spirit the grace and strength to reform herself in the light of the Gospel”:

Crises Are Signs That Church Is Still Alive, Pope Francis Says

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Difficulties and crises within the Catholic Church are not signs of a church in decline but one that is alive and living through challenges, just like men and women today, Pope Francis said. “Let us remember that the church always has difficulties, always is in crisis,...

Where to Go When You Cannot Go On

Friends, we’ve all hit points in which we felt we could not go on spiritually, physically, or mentally. In the Gospel today, Christ declares himself the bread that has come down from heaven. If you want to live in the eternal realm, you must eat food that sustains forever. Psalm...

Months after China detains Xinxiang's Bishop Zhang, Catholics seek answers

Bishop Joseph Zhang Weizhu’s whereabouts are still unknown months after Chinese officials detained him with clergy and seminarians who object to joining the Chinese government’s official Catholic organization. Bishop Zhang, 63, has been Bishop of Xinxiang in China’s Hebei province since 1991. He is recognized by the Holy See but...

‘Offer Lebanon Concrete Assistance,’ Pope’s Appeal to International Community

Offer concrete assistance to Lebanon, not just in words, but real actions that accomplish a ‘resurrection’ of the Middle Eastern nation…. This was Pope Francis’ adamant appeal for Lebanon toward the conclusion of his Aug. 4 General Audience inside the Vatican’s Paul VI Hall, marking Francis’ first since his traditional July break and July 4 colon surgery. The Holy Father continued his catechesis on Saint Paul’s Letter to the Galatians, and in particular, considering St. Paul’s insistence on complete fidelity to the Gospel.
New Orleans, LAsuperiorcatholicherald.org

‘Cooking with Father Cooper’ on Facebook Live brings food, faith together

Becky Delatte, a parishioner of Divine Mercy Church in Kenner, La., films a Facebook Live segment in which her pastor, Father Robert Cooper, and her 4-year-old daughter, Lucy, make “Monstrance Waffles.” The video, which aired June 3, 2021, taught viewers about the sacred receptacle before the feast of Corpus Christi. It also led to “Cooking with Father Cooper,” a Facebook Live series that is produced and filmed by Delatte in her Kenner kitchen. (CNS photo/Beth Donze, Clarion Herald)