Perry Noble: I’m Not Going Back To NewSpring But I’m Sober And Healthy

Perry Noble: I’m Not Going Back To NewSpring But I’m Sober And Healthy

x To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Perry Noble was fired by the church he founded, NewSpring. Former megachurch pastor Perry Noble has confirmed he will not be returning to the church he founded after he was dismissed following concerns about alcohol abuse and marital difficulties. Noble spent time in rehab following his departure and has set up a church consultancy business . In a Facebook post yesterday he wrote of what he had learned from the collapse of his ministry at NewSpring Church in South Carolina. He said he understood there were consequences for sin. Apparently referring to his drinking he said: ” At first I thought I could control it; however, it wound up controlling me.” He also wrote of the importance of accepting Christ’s forgiveness and of asking for help, saying: “I...Read more
Perry Noble: I’m Not Going Back To NewSpring But I’m Sober And Healthy

Perry Noble: I’m Not Going Back To NewSpring But I’m Sober And Healthy

x To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Perry Noble was fired by the church he founded, NewSpring. Former megachurch pastor Perry Noble has confirmed he will not be returning to the church he founded after he was dismissed following concerns about alcohol abuse and marital difficulties. Noble spent time in rehab following his departure and has set up a church consultancy business . In a Facebook post yesterday he wrote of what he had learned from the collapse of his ministry at NewSpring Church in South Carolina. He said he understood there were consequences for sin. Apparently referring to his drinking he said: ” At first I thought I could control it; however, it wound up controlling me.” He also wrote of the importance of accepting Christ’s forgiveness and of asking for help, saying: “I...Read more
Perry Noble: I’m Not Going Back To NewSpring But I’m Sober And Healthy

Perry Noble: I’m Not Going Back To NewSpring But I’m Sober And Healthy

x To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Perry Noble was fired by the church he founded, NewSpring. Former megachurch pastor Perry Noble has confirmed he will not be returning to the church he founded after he was dismissed following concerns about alcohol abuse and marital difficulties. Noble spent time in rehab following his departure and has set up a church consultancy business . In a Facebook post yesterday he wrote of what he had learned from the collapse of his ministry at NewSpring Church in South Carolina. He said he understood there were consequences for sin. Apparently referring to his drinking he said: ” At first I thought I could control it; however, it wound up controlling me.” He also wrote of the importance of accepting Christ’s forgiveness and of asking for help, saying: “I...Read more
Why I Can’t Get This Photo Out Of My Mind

Why I Can’t Get This Photo Out Of My Mind

x To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Hope for a New Life, by Warren Richardson.Warren Richardson | Courtesy of World Press Photo of the Year A baby is passed from hand to hand through rolls of razor wire straddling an international border. The child – who had already travelled hundreds of miles from Syria with relatives – was now being thrust from Serbia into Hungary at an illegal crossing point. There are some pictures that, once seen, can never be forgotten. This grainy image of desperation and hope, by freelance photographer Warren Richardson, is one of them. No wonder he picked up a prize for it at the 2016 World Press Photo awards. As I look at this picture I am reminded of three things. 1. The vulnerability of refugees. What terrible suffering drives people to move hundreds of miles on...Read more

New Battle For Mosul ‘Within Days’, Says US Army Source

x To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Iraqis displaced from Mosul battle poor conditions following heavy rain at Khazer camp.Reuters Iraqi forces will resume their push against Islamic State inside Mosul in the coming days, a US battlefield commander said, in a new phase of the two-month-old operation that will see American troops deployed closer to the front line in the city. The battle for Mosul, involving 100,000 Iraqi troops, members of the Kurdish security forces and Shi’ite militiamen, is the biggest ground operation in Iraq since the US-led invasion of 2003. The forthcoming phase appears likely to give American troops their biggest combat role since they fulfilled President Barack Obama’s pledge to withdraw from Iraq in 2011. Elite Iraqi soldiers have retaken a quarter of Mosul, the...Read more

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