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Dan Wooding interviews double Oscar-winner, Al Kasha

Dan Wooding interviews double Oscar-winner, Al Kasha

Dan Wooding Morning Show Interview-Stories From Pakistan

Dan Wooding Morning Show Interview-Stories From Pakistan

Joni Eareckson Tada and Ken Tada discuss Global Access Conference

Joni Eareckson Tada and Ken Tada discuss Global Access Conference

Dan Wooding introduces the ASSIST News Service

Dan Wooding introduces the ASSIST News Service

Mark Burnett and Roma Downey on AD The Bible Continues with ANS Founder Dan Wooding

Mark Burnett and Roma Downey on AD The Bible Continues with ANS Founder Dan Wooding

Dan Wooding interviews David Robinson at an NBA Chapel Service in LA

Dan Wooding interviews David Robinson at an NBA Chapel Service in LA

Dan Wooding interviews rock keyboard legend, Rick Wakeman

Dan Wooding interviews rock keyboard legend, Rick Wakeman

Australian media pioneer, Alan Metcalfe, has passed on to his eternal reward
By Dan Wooding, Founder of ASSIST News Service BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA (ANS – February 21, 2017) – Australian veteran media pioneer, Alan Miles Metcalfe, the founder of The Safe Worlds TV...
Former Muslim Reports Hate Crimes On His Family After He Left Islam
By Jeremy Reynalds, Senior Correspondent, ASSIST News Service (.) LONDON, UK. (February 21, 2017) -- Faisal Bashir, a former Muslim who became an atheist claims he has been a...
Two Iranian Christians end hunger strike
Still not charged with any crime By Dan Wooding, Founder of ASSIST News Service IRAN (ANS – February 19, 2017) -- Two imprisoned Iranian Christians have ended their hunger strike after being...
Shia LaBeouf and Luke Turner Bring Performance Art to the Streets of Albuquerque
By Brian Nixon, Special to ASSIST News Service ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO (ANS – February 19, 2017) -- The first thing that British artist Luke Turner told me concerning the mass of people...
DOLLY PARTON’S CHRISTMAS OF MANY COLORS Wins the Top Prize for Inspiring Television
By Dan Wooding, Founder of ASSIST News Service LOS ANGELES, CA (ANS -- February 17, 2017) – DOLLY PARTON’S CHRISTMAS OF MANY COLORS: CIRCLE OF LOVE has won the Epiphany Prize for the...

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ANS Features

  • Connecting for Change: The Multi-Faceted Aspects of the Orality Movement
    Connecting for Change: The Multi-Faceted Aspects of the Orality Movement By Jerry Wiles, North America Regional Director, International Orality Network, President Emeritus, Living Water International, Special to ASSIST News Service HOUSTON, TX (ANS – February 20, 2017) -- I first came across the book “Oral Communication of the Scriptures: Insights from African Oral Art,” by Herbert Klem, and started hearing about Orality, Oral Cultures and Oral Learners back in the 1980s. It was a seemingly obscure conversation among a few missionaries, mission leaders and cross-cultural scholars at that time. I began reading and researching on the topics, but there was not a lot available in those days. Little did anyone know at that time that it was the beginning of a very significant paradigm shift in the global church and mission movements. In recent times,…
  • The Knowledge of God’s Art -- And Math
    The Knowledge of God’s Art -- And Math By Brian Nixon, Special to ASSIST News Service ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO (ANS – February 20, 2017) -- In his commentary on Thomas Aquinas’ theology Peter Kreeft writes, “Truth in science is discovered; truth in art is created. God is an artist, not a scientist; He designed and created the world, which is first of all the product of His art and then becomes the object of our science” [1]. I’m intrigued with Kreeft’s comment. As an artist, I love the fact that I’m reflecting God’s creative impulse; but as one fascinated with science, particularly mathematics, geometry, and biology, I’m not sure if God is not a scientist-inventor, at least in the Supreme sense. In a book by astrophysicist, Mario Livio, the Israeli-American scientist, asks if…
  • ‘I Will Be Their Daughter’
    ‘I Will Be Their Daughter’ A Gospel for Asia (www.gfa.org) News Release – For Immediate Release WILLS POINT, TX (ANS – February 20, 2017) -- “Don’t open my bandage!” the leprosy patient cried out. For years the patient believed it was because of their sin that the destructive disease controlled their body. Now, they thought they must suffer and settle with bearing it alone. With love and deep understanding, Sakshi, a GFA-supported missionary, revealed her own hands and feet to the patient, deformity clearly marking what leprosy’s nerve killing illness left behind. “No, no, this is not some sin,” Sakshi said. “I myself have gone through this.” The unique compassion for leprosy patients came from Sakshi’s own storehouse of experience. She too had wrestled with the same hurts, rejection and…
  • What Does Faith Look Like? (Writer's Opinion)
    What Does Faith Look Like? (Writer's Opinion) By Carol Round, Special to ASSIST News Service (Writer’s Opinion) GROVE, OK (ANS – February 19, 2017) -- “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen” -- Hebrews 11:1 (NKJV). While comparing prices in the cereal aisle of a local store, I overheard two women discussing the state of our country—the bickering, the unrest, the demonstrations, the unknown. Their conversation revealed they are Christians. However, their faith in God wasn’t evident. Then, a few days later, I saw the following posted on a church marquee: “What does faith look like?” Hebrews 11:1 gives an excellent definition of faith. It’s substance. It’s evidence. Faith is believing the Word of God and then acting upon it, in spite of how…
  • Scorsese: Christianity is where I find meaning in life
    Scorsese: Christianity is where I find meaning in life By Mark Ellis, Senior Correspondent for ASSIST News Service PASADENA, CA (ANS -- February 15, 2017) -- Academy Award winning director Martin Scorsese spoke at Fuller Seminary in Pasadena, California, recently after a private screening of his new film Silence, the formidable saga of Jesuit missionaries in 17th-century Japan based on the novel by Shusaku Endo. At the screening, Scorsese reflected on his years-long struggle to make the film and its impact on his Christian faith. “Where do I go to find the meaning of existence and the meaning of life? For me, it’s Christianity,” Scorsese told Brehm Center Director Mako Fujimura (who served as a consultant to the film) and Kutter Callaway, an assistant. professor of theology and culture at Fuller. Without the love and…
 

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