Nov. 22, 2023 /Human Interest/ — Bethlehem is significant to Christians because it is the birthplace of Jesus, whom Christians believe is the Son of God and the Savior of the world. Jesus’ birth in Bethlehem is seen as the fulfillment of a prophecy in the Old Testament book of Micah, which states that the Messiah would be born in Bethlehem. Continue reading
Jews did not kill Jesus Christ. The crucifixion of Jesus Christ was a Roman execution carried out by Roman soldiers under the orders of Pontius Pilate, the Roman governor of Judea. There is no evidence to suggest that the Jews as a whole were responsible for his death. Continue reading
ORLANDO, FL — Christ for all Nations (CfaN) has just completed a landmark campaign, making history in mass evangelism. Over the past two weeks, the trailblazing ministry, led by Daniel Kolenda, has conducted 11 mass evangelistic campaigns in 11 different cities and districts across the nation of Zambia. These campaigns lasted 5 nights in each city for a total of 55 nights of massive evangelistic meetings in just a two-week period. During the initiative, which included a “Gospel Invasion” (in which evangelists trained by CfaN, flooded the streets and schools) the ministry recorded over 2.6 million in attendance and 1,040,720 documented conversions.
Crowds in some cities were so large and dense that on occasion barriers had to be removed for safety reasons. The masses were spilling out into busy highways, people were sitting on top of walls, on top of buildings, and even filling the branches of trees in the vicinity of the fields where the open-air meetings were taking place! Some people reported traveling for over thirty hours. Some made the journey by boat. Attendees were sleeping on the meeting grounds overnight because they had traveled from other towns and villages with no place to spend the night. Continue reading