Billy Graham's daughter Anne Graham Lotz is urging Christians to pray and fast-because the end times are fast approaching.

Billy Graham's Daughter Anne Graham Lotz Says End Times Are Near, Urges Christians to Pray


In a letter written to Christian Broadcasting Network Chairman Pat Robertson, evangelist Lotz asserts that the Lord had revealed to her that the end is near, and that she should begin a national initiative to bring people closer to Christ.
"[The Spirit] has revealed things to me in the stillness that I'm not sure I would have heard in my former busyness," the popular speaker and author writes.
"One of the things He has impressed on me is that we are living at the end of human history as we know it...Just recently, He has given me another assignment, which is to call His people in our nation to prayer," she continues.


GCIC celebrates Mother's Day

One of the reasons God created mothers was to give us an earthly example of His heavenly love for us. Each stage of motherhood reveals an aspect of His love. Even in the womb the mother loves her baby. She knows his every move – she knows when he’s awake or sleeping or playing. This reminds us of how intimately our God knows us. Think of how a mother puts her baby’s needs ahead of her own. She’s willing to endure great pain to see her child face-to-face. The same is true with God who endured the great pain of seeing Jesus on the cross so that we will one day be able to see Him face-to-face.


The Ten Worst Places to be a Christian

January 24, 2014 by Majid Rafizadeh

Somalia Secret ChristiansThere are some common characteristics, intriguing trends and phenomena among the countries that have been specified as the top ten worst nations for Christians or religious minorities.


World Aids Day

World AIDS Day is observed on 1st December since 1998. Millions of people across the globe assemble at various forums; to express solidarity, to commemorate people who lost their lives due to HIV, to applaud the progress made in responding to the epidemic, and to recommit to the cause of stopping the epidemic. “Getting to Zero” is the theme selected by the World AIDS Campaign (WAC) until 2015. This theme echoes the UNAIDS vision of achieving “Zero new HIV infections, Zero discrimination and Zero AIDS-related deaths.”
But ongoing discrimination against sufferers is the biggest obstacle to winning the war, according to the head of the United Nations Joint Programme on HIV/Aids (UNAIDS).
UNAIDS executive director Michel Sidibé says: "We are winning against this epidemic, we are seeing a decline in new infections, an increase in people treated... we have broken the conspiracy of silence."

For the first time, he said, authorities can see "an end to an epidemic that has wrought such staggering devastation around the world".

He added: "People living with HIV can live long and healthy lives, can now protect their partners from becoming infected, and can keep their children free from HIV."

But Mr Sidibé also warned: "We have not been able to change completely the perception of people against the most-at-risk populations. The stigma, discrimination and criminalisation of those people – sex workers, people who inject drugs, men who have sex with men – all those groups are mainly at risk of continuing to be completely forgotten."

There are more than 70 countries with "homophobic laws" – something which demonstrates "we still have a long way to go".

Discrimination remains a major obstacle in many parts of the world. One in seven people living with HIV has been denied access to healthcare and more than one in 10 has been refused employment. And while the global picture is good, austerity-stricken Europe is at risk of repeated outbreaks of HIV, warned the World Health Organization last night.