We Believe At The Tree of Life Church

  “Save the lost, at any cost” is the heart of this life-giving church. With Pastor Andrew DeLong, the tall one, his arms outstretch to...

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First United Methodist Church What is one block South of Central Avenue, (on 1st Street South) and eight blocks west of 41? I’ll give you...

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Providing hope for Suffering Children in the Name of Jesus

Three years ago, Andrea visited an orphanage through the non-profit organization, Children to Love (CTL), which was founded by people from her childhood church in Southern California. Her life, after visiting this orphanage, has never been the same.

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Shaking Things Up In California: Spiritual Lessons Earthquakes Teach Us

Southern California was hit with a seismic one-two combo, first on the 4th of July, and then a larger one the day after. I live...

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Final Season - Two weekends left, April 13-14, 20-21 to see the live drama, The Story of Jesus. with live animals, colorful costumes, and soaring angels! Scenes include His Baptism, Temptations, His Ministry, The Sea of Galilee...and more yet for the First Act. Intermission...

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    A Southern Baptist church employee in Texas and a Maryland Christian school have been dropped from public programs, accused of discrimination for promoting Bible-based views of marriage and gender.
  • Title X abortion rule remains amid legal challenge July 15, 2019
    Southern Baptist ethicist Russell Moore and other pro-life leaders have commended a federal appeals court's latest action to permit the Trump administration's Protect Life Rule to remain in effect while it undergoes a legal challenge.
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    The search team for Johnson Ferry Baptist Church, Marietta, Ga., announced Sunday (July 14) that North Carolina pastor Clay Smith will preach in view of a call on Aug. 4 to occupy the pulpit previously filled by former Southern Baptist Convention President Bryant Wright.
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    Louisiana pastors employed social media to reach out to congregations they had urged stay home out of safety concerns in the face of Hurricane Barry -- with dining room tables, home offices and vacant worship centers serving as pulpits.

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    Churches benefit when the US government shows mercy to groups versus individuals. A blank foster parent application sits on Andrea’s kitchen table, waiting to be filled out. When she and her husband—both youth pastors at a small-town evangelical church—printed the form, she looked forward to fulfilling a lifelong dream of becoming a foster family: a […]
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    A decade of analysis from Pew details what global faith leaders already know: From China to Europe, from the Middle East to the US, persecution is climbing. Ahead of a US State Department gathering being touted as “the biggest religious freedom event ever,” a new report showcases how persecution is getting worse—especially for Christians, the […]
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    When Christians opt for political power, the gospel mission is undermined. If the social media experiment was intended to connect and enlighten the world, it appears to have failed, and failed spectacularly. Our social connectivity has actually produced a more disconnected, isolated and polarized society. We have become more entrenched, angrier, and observably much, much […]
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