1) Christianity in China: Economist Says it’s “Spreading Rapidly”

I suppose you’d have to be a complete recluse not to have heard about the spread of the Good News in China. But when the Economist runs the story, it’s clearly shaking the world.

There’s so much bad news these days. There are so many reasons to be sobered by challenging circumstances. Could we just pause for a moment and give thanks for the many hundreds of house church leaders who have endured horrible persecution to bring us to this day? Thank you God. (Thanks Caleb!)

14) The BackPage: How Political Should Christians Become?

This past week, a friend (thanks Al) referred us to this page…

which alleges that “Christians are being singled out and massacred from Pakistan to Syria to the Nairobi shopping mall,” yet, as the article points out, apparently America’s churches are staying silent. Anyone have a theory about why? And… beyond that, what kind of real response could Christians pull together? Should there be some “march on the mall,” or does a national spokesman need to rise up to call for a “million man army,” or — what? Your opinion? Why or why not? Please click in the comment box following this item on the web. Thanks in advance for your input.


3) “Final Assault” Novels to Multiply Vision for Unengaged Peoples

If you snagged the one-volume draft offered free on Amazon last April, you’ll be glad to know that “Final Assault” has now been heavily revised into a polished two-part series. And Steve Smith, author of “T4T: A Discipleship Re-Revolution,” would welcome your help with the final refinements to “Final Assault.” Here’s the plot: Amidst growing spiritual and political efforts to suppress Biblical Christianity, a young pastor becomes gripped with the potential to start a multiplying discipleship movement among every people group in our day, then lights a fire which others follow. PSP is featured as a factor in the movement’s beginning. To request your free copy and offer feedback before the book is finalized, email TheFinalAssaultatgmaildotcom and indicate which you prefer: PDF, Word or Print.

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