Ministries Making a Difference
Bible Study Fellowship, ChinaAid, Billy Graham Library, Becket
Bible Study Fellowship launched a new Bible study for the period of Lent through its free WordGo app called The Savior’s Love. The free six-week study focuses on Christ’s last hours detailed in John 18-21. On March 22, the ministry will release another three-week study titled Isaac: The Promised Son. BSF has been around for more than 50 years, and grew from one woman leading Bible studies to now Bible classes with more than 350,000 members on six continents in more than 40 nations. With the pandemic, BSF has expanded WordGo for personal and small-group Bible study.
Billy Graham Library in Charlotte, N.C., is hosting a free “Resurrection Quest” Easter event Saturday, March 27. Activities include a children’s story time, crafts, and a photo booth, along with the Library’s Journey of Faith tour.
Becket attorney Joe Davis last week defended an association of more than 19,000 Christian healthcare providers who are seeking permanent relief from the Transgender Mandate, which would require them to provide gender reassignments surgeries against their best judgment and religious beliefs.
ChinaAid cosigned the Call to Action last week, calling for brands, retailers, and individuals to denounce businesses that profit from China’s forced labor system. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is said to be detaining somewhere between 1-1.8 million minorities—mostly Uyghurs, Turks, and Muslims—in detention and “re-education” camps, forcing many to produce products for export. Products include cotton, clothing, electronics, toys, and others. A recent BBC report told of testimony from former Uyghur detainees who describe sexual abuse and torture. ChinaAid exposes human rights violations within China, and advocates for religious freedom and human rights.
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