Catch the Fire Ministries has changed its name to Reformation Harvest Fire Ministries

by Teresa Neumann : Nov 23, 2010 : Andrew White – The Jerusalem Post “I live with many threats, along with my people, but our place is not sad but full of joy. Despite the constant tragedies, our people are not sad and our church is not despondent.” (Iraq)—Many Breaking Christian News subscribers watched our […]

Thursday, 11 November 2010 04:19 PM Jimmy Stewart News   He never would have made it to the White House in 2001 as the country’s 43rd president without the faith-based decision he made in 1986. “I could not have quit drinking without faith,” former President George W. Bush writes in his memoir, Decision Points, which released […]

By Daily Mail Reporter 26th November 2010  [Not necessarily the views of Catch the Fire Ministries] The rate at which global temperatures are rising has slowed in the past decade, scientists said today. In a report published today, the Met Office said the slow in the rate of warming was down to a combination of […]

By Nathan Black | Christian Post Reporter – Nov. 29 2010 The Pakistani government was barred on Monday by the country’s high court from pardoning a Christian woman sentenced to death for alleged blasphemy. A lawyer argued that a pardon would be illegal while the case was pending in the courts. “Since the matter is […]

by Teresa Neumann: Nov 29, 2010 : Staff – Mission Network News Middle East (MNN) ― Last week we told you about Muslim leaders warning Muslims about the danger presented by the “network of house churches” in the country. Despite threats, Christians aren’t easing their desire to share the Gospel. Many young Iranian leaders met […]

The Saudi Problem

Posted by Rich Trzupek on Dec 2nd, 2010  It shouldn’t have needed confirmation, but the latest WikiLeaks release affirmed what astute observers of the Middle East have known for a long time: Saudi Arabia is a most dangerous ally. On the one hand, King Abdullah is reported as having urged America to “cut off the […]

by Teresa Neumann : Nov 17, 2010 : Mission Network News Because music is such a major part of Cubans’ lives, many musicians are coming to Christ as well. (Cuba)—Cuba is seeing one of the fastest church growth rates in the world, so much so, that the Southern Baptist International Mission Board (IMB) says there […]

Gospel for Asia – November 16, 2010 Ajay Chattopadhyay’s parents want nothing to do with Jesus Christ. In fact, they persecute their son for his faith in the Lord. But that was not always the case. When Gospel for Asia-supported missionary Jyoti Banerjee shared the Good News with Ajay and his parents, all three chose […]

Millions of dead Christians later…..finally, real “dialogue.” Now, duck! Vatican City, 22 Oct. (AKI) – The Koran is a text that encourages Islam to impose itself with force and permits the killing of Christians, said Lebanon’s Catholic Patriarch of Antioch Archbishop Raboula Beylouni, addressing a Vatican meeting of Middle East bishops. “The Koran gives Muslims […]

Wednesday, 22 September 2010 01:54 PM EDT Adrienne S. Gaines News Christians joined with Jewish leaders Tuesday to protest the appearance of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad at the United Nations General Assembly this week. Representatives from the New York Board of Rabbis and Eagles’ Wings’ ministry formed a human chain outside the United Nations building […]

Dear family & friends in Christ,   It is with great excitement we wish to bring to your attention that the ‘Miracle Healing Testimonies’ are now on Youtube.    Recently CTFM held a special service where 10 powerful testimonies of people healed of Cancer, Blindness, Deafness, Depression and a lady raised from the dead were […]

Dear family & friends in Christ in Australia & Around the World,  May I take this opportunity to wish you all a very happy and blessed Christmas, in addition to a victorious New Year in 2011, overflowing with the supernatural power and glorious presence of the Holy Spirit! I thank you all from the bottom […]

God has crowned man with glory and favor, giving him dominion over the works of His hands. When I first began my ministry, I was scared. In those days, women were not as widely accepted in the pulpit as they are today. Afraid of being rejected, I bent over backward to behave in the way […]

Thursday, 11 November 2010 04:00 PM EST Danielle Tomlinson News – Featured News     Since October there has been an overwhelming demand from troops in Afghanistan for the Military BibleStick, an MP3 audio Bible with the entire New Testament preloaded from Faith Comes By Hearing (FCBH). Military chaplains overseas have recently requested more than 20,000 audio […]

By Barney Zwartz – The Age Newspaper December 13, 2010 CHRISTIANITY remains the world’s biggest religion, but Islam is catching up while non-belief increased enormously over the past century but is now in sharp decline, according to the Christian Research Association. Australian religious trends of rising agnosticism and declining Christianity contradict most of the world, […]

Dear family & friends in Christ, Oh, how we wish each of you were here to join us last night Sunday the 12th of December at our very special CTFM Christmas Carol service! If you could not make it, you missed a glorious night of exuberant singing of Christmas carols, praise & worship. The CTFM […]

5 October 2010 Gospel for Asia Demon possession is a common occurrence in South Asia. In Umed’s case, it was so severe his family kept him chained. Chains held Umed down. They were the only things that worked to tame the 17-year-old boy when demons took control of his body and gave him unnatural strength. […]

Friday, October 22, 2010 Atlas As predicted here at Atlas, the vile Islamic supremacist, through massive voter fraud (isn’t always how they get their way?), has taken the election. In my New York Times interview here, I repeated what I have said and thought for some time — that the first country that will be […]

ASSIST News Service   Wednesday, November 3, 2010 Despite intense opposition, this women’s film team is seeing lost men and women come to the Lord as a result of showing a film on the life of Jesus.   SOUTH ASIA (ANS) — Two Gospel for Asia-supported women’s film teams rejoiced with prayers and songs of peace […]

By Maria Mackay|Christian Today Reporter   Carver Yu, president and professor in dogmatics at the China Graduate School of Theology in Hong Kong, talks about the challenges of pluralism and atheism at the Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization on Monday, October 18, 2010, in Cape Town, South Africa He said the recent advertising campaign […]


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