The Link: Harvest Crusade Billboard Removed, Creation Fest UK Testimonies, the Fight for China’s Soul & More

By August 13, 2018September 18th, 2021The Link, Uncategorized

“Greg Laurie Wants to ‘Redouble’ Efforts To Share Gospel After Banner Ads Removed at Mall”Together LA
“Evangelist Greg Laurie said that he wants to “redouble” his efforts after SoCal Harvest organizers were told by the Irvine Company that a series of advertising banners at Fashion Island in Newport Beach needed to be removed.”

“Christian Heartland Opens Window Into Fight for China’s Soul”Miami Herald
“NANYANG, CHINA–The 62-year-old Chinese shopkeeper had waited nearly his entire adult life to see his dream of building a church come true — a brick house with a sunny courtyard and spacious hall with room for 200 believers.”

“CreationFest in Cornwall – A Festival for the whole UK”–TheWeeFlea
“CreationFest is fascinating – it combines music (70 bands and singers), skate boarding, sport, children’s programmes, youth activities and a lot of bible teaching and talks. All of this takes place in the Royal Cornish showground. It also has a couple of other defining features – firstly it is free and secondly a significant part of it is evangelistic. Those two things are not unconnected!”

“Creation Fest Archives”
Enjoy the sessions form Creation Fest UK! Creation Fest is a FREE music festival with a week of faith talks, family fun, skate and much more held at the Royal Cornwall Events Centre in Wadebridge from 4-10 August 2018

“Tom Holland: Why I was wrong about Christianity”–NewStatesman
“It took me a long time to realise my morals are not Greek or Roman, but thoroughly, and proudly, Christian.”

“Standing on the Word”– Back to Basics
“Five hundred years ago, Martin Luther stood before a hostile court. He was being accused of heresy. Yet, despite immense pressure, he stood firm. He was convinced of his position by the Word of God and refused to compromise the truth.”

“I Have a Secret. My Father is Steve Jobs”Vanity Fair
“For a long time I hoped that if I played one role, my father would take the corresponding role. I would be the beloved daughter; he would be the indulgent father. I decided that if I acted like other daughters did, he would join in the lark. We’d pretend together, and in pretending we’d make it real. If I had observed him as he was, or admitted to myself what I saw, I would have known that he would not do this, and that a game of pretend would disgust him.”

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