Posts Tagged ‘peace’
We are in John Chapter 21, where Peter and six others return north to the Galilee and go out fishing. Leaders lead positively or negatively. We sometimes do not recognize this fact.
Pope Benedict started a visit to Lebanon in the Middle East on Friday, as angry demonstrations and attacks on Western interests continued to spread across the region and into Asia.
Across much of the Muslim world, more than two weeks of backlash to the internet video "Innocence of the Muslims" has occasionally been directed at Christians, from computer hacks to church burnings.
Incoming Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, the target of an assassination attempt earlier this week, says restoring security will be his first order of business once he officially assumes office Sunday.
While there are problems with many washed out roads in Juba and other cities and towns across the country this rainy season, South Sudan, with the help of the United States, is making great strides on other major transportation...
For John Mahony, a retired U.S. Army colonel who was managing projects for Blue Cross/Blue Shield, instinct came before analysis as he fought to stay on his feet the morning of Sept. 11, 2001.
The Rev. Benedict Groeschel, a popular Franciscan friar who defended priests who sexually abuse children and blamed some victims for “seducing” them, has apologized for the controversial remarks.
Jesus Christ is now ready to make His Will – verse 27. Peace I leave with you. My peace I give you. We are reading in John Chapter 14.
It's been five years since Celeste Peterson's only daughter was killed in a shooting rampage at Virginia Tech and she's finally made peace with God.
Once somebody sets himself against Jesus, there is no limit as to how far an individual will go, and if you go against Jesus, you will probably find that you are against the friends and disciples of Jesus too. We must never fo...