Tag: Muslim World

From Bombs to Bibles: Refugee Stories

The civil war taking place in Syria has been in the news since it erupted during the Arab Spring of 2011. We often see video of bombed-out buildings and people in ragged clothing trailing along war-torn streets, carrying their possessions as they flee the ongoing violence. What we seldom see is the rest of the story: how God is working in the lives of displaced people and refugees of war.

Penetrating Spiritual Darkness

When Mohamed Bouazizi set himself on fire in Tunisia in December 2010 to protest police corruption, neither he nor anyone watching his act of self-immolation could have predicted the result: a tidal wave of protest that swept from country to country across North Africa and the Middle East, toppling regimes

Meeting God in an Unexpected Place

The Bible tells us that nothing is impossible with God. As evidence, it records the parting of the Red Sea (Exodus 14:21,22), the deliverance of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego from the fiery furnace (Daniel 3), the sun standing still (Joshua 10:13), and, of course, the greatest miracle of all: the resurrection of Jesus Christ (Mark 16).