NATO begins largest airborne training exercise since Cold War in Bulgaria
Nato begins an airborne training exercise on August 24 in Bulgaria, Germany, Italy and Romania, the largest such combined airborne training on the continent since the end of the Cold War. As part of Exercise Swift Response 2015, which is being held from August 20 to September 13, Bulgaria is hosting a simulation of an airborne assault with paratroopers and landing of equipment. This is to take place around the Tenevo and Balchik airfields and at the Novo Selo training ground in Bulgaria. About 400 military personnel from the US, Italy and Bulgaria will be involved, using 12 C-130 aircraft, and 12 helicopters. Bulgaria’s ...
8 Things Christian Believers and Churches Can Do in Light of Recent SCOTUS Ruling on LGBT
1. State Level Contact your congressman/senator for available options. Write your governor without hesitation Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed a bill allowing clergy to refuse to officiate same sex ceremonies Texas Attorney General fights back against Supreme Court First Amendment Defense Act Sen. Mike Lee of Utah introduced 2. Personal Level Inform yourself and your family of the clear Biblical principles for love and holiness applicable in this situation Pray daily for the protection of your family and the salvation of many souls Be faithful to your husband/wife and children 3. Corporate Level Hold on to your Christian standards for doing business Support other Christian businesses Forgive and forget, but watch and ...
What should churches and ministries know about the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision regarding same-sex marriage
SOURCE: Brotherhood Mutual Insurance Co On June 26, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a 5-4 ruling, holding that the Fourteenth Amendment requires a state to license a marriage between two people of the same sex. The decision also requires states to recognize a marriage between two people of the same sex when their marriage was lawfully licensed and performed in another state. The Case: Obergefell v. Hodges This case began when a same-sex couple from Cincinnati, Ohio, filed a lawsuit alleging state discrimination against same-sex couples who have been lawfully married in another state. John Arthur was terminally ill and sought to ...
Our publicationsEuropean Delights: A Sweet Journey Through Europe New Develpoments in the Master’s Degree of Chaplaincy Ministry in Bulgaria The (un)Forgotten: The Story of Rev. Ivan Voronaev’s Children Read More Posts From This Category
What We DoConsulting and Coaching
Our team provides continuous education to over 200 church leaders and ministry teams around the world…Research and Teaching
Our historical research through the years has examined the archives of leading Pentecostal movements, Harvard, Cambridge…Evangelism and World Missions
We have ministered for 22 years on three continents, 25 U.S. states, Canada, Mexico, Europe and in over 300 Bulgarian congregationsRead More Posts From This Category