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Reaching the Highly Secularized

We often juxtapose the terms "Christian" and "secular," but what exactly do we mean by "secular"? Look at this list of… read more
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We Need a Heart Check

"We just need a heart check," says Anne Graham Lotz on today's Footsteps. To begin with, who is she addressing? The answer is… read more
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I Will Remove Your Lampstand

On today’s Footsteps, Anne Graham Lotz shares with us the warning given to the church at Ephesus. The Lord declares, “I have this… read more
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Losing Your First Love

Over the next three episodes of Footsteps, Bible teacher Anne Graham Lotz calls our attention to Christ's letter and warning to the church in… read more
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Power in Persecution

“Joseph" works with TWR in the Middle East, and on today's Footsteps, "Joseph" introduces us to Power In Persecution--a… read more
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He Should Be Killed

I've never experienced harsh persecution for my faith. I grew up in a city, state, and country where Christianity was the "majority… read more
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You May Be the Very One

In 2 Timothy 1:11 (NKJV), Paul writes, "I was appointed a preacher, an apostle, and a teacher of the Gentiles." What an honor! God… read more
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Finding Our Roles

"I'm not a pastor, evangelist, or missionary," you say, "so what is my role in the body of Christ?" Pete Walker addresses… read more
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A Purpose for Getting up each Morning

According to today's guest on Footsteps, WTGN's Scott Young, what gives him a "purpose for getting up in the morning?" He says… read more
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Yes and No

We begin today's Footsteps by asking the question, "Is ministry becoming more difficult for evangelicals in Russia?" Today's… read more
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Ready to Suffer

As a student of the American Civil War, I'm amazed at the courage that it took for young men to march, shoulder to shoulder, directly into the… read more
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Two Grandfathers in Siberia

I was born into a Christian family. My parents as well as my grandparents were believers in Jesus. The same can be said for Timothy. We learn… read more
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Up into the Mountains

Do you remember the days when your radio had an antenna? When the reception was poor, you simply would adjust the antenna. If the signal was still… read more
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Third-Class Citizen

TWR missionary Nick Siemens was born in Siberia and grew up in Latvia. On today's Footsteps, Nick said that "growing up in the Soviet… read more
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A Smile and a Broken Heart

"You can't believe what a smile can do to a broken heart," compassionately declares "Jude," a member of the TWR Women of Hope… read more
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Six Days by Canoe

I've traveled to some reasonably remote areas in the world by plane, bus, van, and pickup truck, but the longest canoe ride that I've ever… read more
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In Unison

In the world of global missions, by necessity, there is a great deal of cooperation and partnership between Christian ministries and missionary… read more
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An Online Existence

I have two sons who enjoy spending time playing video games on their computers. But on today's Footsteps, TWR's Shawn Boyd introduces us to… read more
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Tough Guy in Iraq

On today's Footsteps, Charles Morris of Haven Today takes us to Iraq and tells the story of a "tough guy that you wouldn't want to meet… read more
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Painting and Praying

I am truly honored and humbled to work alongside a wonderful staff at TWR. On today's Footsteps, it's my priviledge to introduce you to Ivan… read more
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