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Ben-Hur is a story of two very different heroes. Judah Ben-Hur, a prince of Jerusalem, is involved in an accident to the Roman procurator which is taken to be intentional. He is seized and sent to the fleet as a galley-slave, while his family is imprisoned and the family goods confiscated. When Ben-Hur saves the fleet captain from drowning after his ship is sunk in a fight with pirates, that officer adopts him as son and heir. With Roman training, Ben-Hur distinguishes himself in the arena a ...
 
Messages aimed at making a difference in your life! Encouraging, Uplifting , and Spiritual! Similar in teaching to Andy Stanley, Charles Stanley, Judah Smith, Billy Graham, Andy Stanley, Charles Stanley, Carl Lentz, Brian Houston, Rick Warren , Bill Hybels, Jack Hayford, Ed Young, Tim Keller, Warren Wiersbe, Charles Swindoll. Stephen Furtick, Craig Groeschel, Wayne Cordeiro. Influenced by churches like NorthPoint, Elevate, LifeChurch.tv, Biblical teaching,
 
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Have American culture wars come to Britain? For the second in a series for #BritainDebrief for the Atlantic Council asking foreign correspondents based in the UK about the country's predicament, I spoke to Yasmeen Serhan, a London-based Staff Writer at The Atlantic. Yasmeen is the author of a recently acclaimed piece "What Euro 2020 has revealed ab…
 
A Foreign Correspondent's View: Is British democracy at risk? In the first of a new series interviewing foreign correspondents based in Britain on their views on the country's predicament, I spoke to Annette Dittert, Senior Correspondent and Bureau Chief of Germany's ARD, who is the author of a viral piece published in English in the New Statesman …
 
Britain vs. Disinformation: a crisis or an exaggeration? From vaccines and Brexit to foreign ops, the subject of disinformation and how to handle it is constantly invoked in the UK debate. But how much of the threat is this really? To find out I spoke to David Patrikarakos, journalist and author of "War in 140 Characters: How Social Media is Reshap…
 
How the England Team look from Europe? With England in the finals of UEFA Euro 2020 this weekend I wanted to find out how Gareth Southgate's team and all the feelings and questions about national identity accompanying them look from Europe. To find out for this week's #BritainDebrief for the Atlantic Council, I spoke to Benjamin Haddad, Director of…
 
What does a new Sino-American cold war mean for Britain? As discussion mounts in Washington DC of a new cold war between China and the United States, I wanted to work out if this was really the case and what it means for Britain. To find out for this week's #BritainDebrief for the Atlantic Council, I spoke to author and China expert James Palmer, d…
 
How did Britain fare in Biden's summitry? After the G7, NATO and US-EU summits launching Biden's high-level engagement with Europe I wanted to find out how the UK had fared for this week's #BritainDebrief for the Atlantic Council. To find out I spoke to Julia Friedlander, Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council, deputy director of our GeoEconomics Ce…
 
Is Britain acting globally important for Biden's foreign policy? For today's G7 Special of #BritainDebrief for the Atlantic Council I wanted to find out whether or not America actually needs a Global Britain? To answer the question I spoke to Emily Tamkin, US Editor of the New Statesman, based in Washington DC. Why does America need allies? Does Am…
 
How does the British army see a climate change world? With a growing debate about climate crisis globally how does the British army see this? To find out I spoke to General Richard Nugee of the Ministry of Defence for this week's #BritainDebrief for the Atlantic Council. What national security crises are we likely to see facing Britain? How can the…
 
How can Britain support Biden's war on kleptocracy? After a dramatic announcement in Washington kicking off Joe Biden's war on international kleptocracy, what can Britain do to support that battle? For this week's #BritainDebrief for the Atlantic Council, I spoke to Nate Sibley from the Hudson Institute's Kleptocracy Initiative to find out. What is…
 
How has UK engagement in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict changed since Tony Blair's premiership? It it an arc of decreasing relevance and investment? To find out I spoke to John Lyndon, Executive Director at the Alliance for Middle East Peace about Britain's assets and changing approach. How did the Brown, Cameron, May and now Johnson governments …
 
How would Scottish independence impact the UK as a global actor? With the Scottish National Party and the Greens having won a pro-independence majority in Edinburgh the question of a renewed independence referendum is back on the table. But what impact would this have on UK foreign policy? To find out I spoke to Emma Ashford, Senior Fellow at the S…
 
Can Britain help Alexey Navalny? With the UK acting as a major platform for the wealth of the Kremlin elite can Britain help the jailed opposition leader Alexey Navalny? Is it in its interests to do so? And what might it do? To answer this questions I spoke to Vladimir Ashurkov, one the Navalny's closest allies and the director of his organization,…
 
How serious is Britain as a climate actor? With the UK hosting COP-26 in Glasgow later this year and promoting a new round of climate diplomacy how serious is the UK as a carbon actor? To find out I spoke to Tim Sahay of the Green New Deal Network. What is the big picture of the UK as a carbon actor? What is London's contribution? Are Britain's big…
 
How has Ireland shaped Washington's approach to Britain? How has the US-UK relationship been shaped by Ireland, both before and after Brexit? And what role will American investment in the Good Friday Agreement have in shaping its future? To answer these questions and more I spoke to Tom Wright, Senior Fellow and Director of the Center on the United…
 
What future for Britain and Germany? Are Britain and Germany doomed to be good neighbors but not good friends? Is Britain's image in crisis in Germany? And how can London reboot its relationship with Berlin? To find out the answers to this and more I spoke to Sophia Besch, a Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for European Reform, in Berlin, and a…
 
What’s Real?The Church in Colossae. Colosse was located about 120 miles east of Ephesus, in the province of Asia (Now Turkey)When Paul was in Ephesus people from all over Asia heard about Jesus. Ephesus was like the capital of the area. Paul writes to the new church about some of the problems they were facing. 1. False Teachers who focused on linea…
 
What would Scottish foreign policy be? With a new referendum a very serious possibility I wanted to find out what the foreign policy of an independent Scotland would like. I spoke to Alyn Smith MP, the SNP shadow foreign secretary and Stewart McDonald MP, the SNP defence spokesman and member of the Foreign Affairs select committee. What would an in…
 
How can Britain get Asia right? What does the UK look like as an actor from Singapore? What would the right policy mix be for Britain in Asia? To answer these questions and more I spoke to James Crabtree, the new Executive Director of IISS-Asia, based in Singapore. How is the evolution of China as a power shaping attitudes towards postcolonial stat…
 
What are Europe's geopolitics after Brexit? How has the balance of power between countries and between institutions been changed by Britain's departure? To find out I spoke to the historian and political philosopher Luuk Van Middelaar, the former adviser to the first full time President of the European Council, Herman van Rompuy. After Britain, and…
 
How does India see Britain's ambitions to play a role in the Indo-Pacific? To find out I spoke to Tanvi Madan, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution and author of "Fateful Triangle: How China Shaped U.S.-India relations in the Cold War." Does India expect Britain to play a greater role in the region? Is it desired? Could or should the UK join …
 
For the Atlantic Council's #BritainDebrief​ I spoke to Torrey Taussig, Research Director at Harvard Kennedy School about why she is "bullish" on the special relationship when it comes to cooperation four key US strategic interests: Russia, China, climate change and COVID recovery.
 
What would a Labour take on the Special Relationship be? For this week's #BritainDebrief​ for the Atlantic Council I spoke to Catherine West MP, shadow minister for Europe and the Americas, on what the Labour Party would do about relations with the United States, Europe, Ireland, kleptocracy back in the UK and a the thorny question of a US-UK free …
 
How is Britain doing at the UN? It was widely predicted that Britain would see its influence fade in international organizations post-Brexit. But is that actually happening? For a a special issue of #BritainDebrief​ to mark the end of the UK's chairmanship of the UN Security Council I spoke to Richard Gowan, UN director at the International Crisis …
 
How has Brexit transformed the Tory party and how will historians view Brexit? For this week's #BritainDebrief​ for the Atlantic Council I spoke to Nick Timothy, former joint chief of staff to Prime Minister Theresa May and columnist at the Daily Telegraph, about what he sees as the realignment taking place in British politics, what Brexit taught h…
 
What would a realist British foreign policy look like? For this week's #BritainDebrief​ for the Atlantic Council I spoke to Patrick Porter, Professor of International Security at the University of Birmingham, about the weakness of UK grand strategy, strategic sloganeering, the "two Boris Johnsons" in foreign policy and the dangers of seeking to be …
 
This week the UK government launched it's long awaited Integrated Review. In the first of two interviews for #BritainDebrief​ for the Atlantic Council on how the government's long awaited outline for Global Britain went down in DC, I spoke to Dr. Kori Schake, the director of foreign and defense policy at the American Enterprise Institute and a form…
 
This week the UK government launched it's long awaited Integrated Review. In the second of two interviews for #BritainDebrief​​ for the Atlantic Council on how the government's long awaited outline for Global Britain went down in DC, I spoke to Damon Wilson, Executive Vice President of the Atlantic Council and a former National Security Council off…
 
Where is Britain in its economic history? How has the country risen or fallen in the hierarchy of states since the end of the Cold War? What economic and sociological megatrends have shaped the politics of Brexit? And what role has the Bank of England played shaping the country's recent political economy? To answer these questions and more I spoke …
 
2021 is full of possibilities. For me the word of the year is action. We act by hearing what God is saying TO us and then allowing Him to work THROUGH us! There are 2 questions that will help us in worship services. We are all going to arrive for services expecting. Pregnant w/ anticipation. 1. What does God want TO say to me?2. What does God want …
 
How did the world get to be such a messed up place? How does the Bible explain the chaos, hatred, and pain that is in the world today?Genesis chapters 3-4 explains the perils of trying to define what is good and evil on our own. People justify their actions in order to do what is self-serving.The Man and Woman Sin3 The serpent was the shrewdest of …
 
The Account of Creation1 In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.[a] 2 The earth was formless and empty, and darkness covered the deep waters. And the Spirit of God was hovering over the surface of the waters.3 Then God said, “Let there be light,” and there was light. 4 And God saw that the light was good. Then he separated the light…
 
Because our God is an Encouraging GodI'm EncouragingI will encourage others dailyI will encourage others spirituallyI will encourage myselfI Am GenerousGod Invented GivingWhen God gave life to the universe, He spared nothing. Think of all the incredible gifts: beautiful sunsets, mountain peaks, and deep blue oceans. Think of the way plants give oxy…
 
Last Week I’m an Optimist. I’m an optimist because of God’s Word not people’s behaviors. Romans 8 Lots of stuff happened this week. One of the young African American pastors I follow posted something on Instagram that made sense to me so I’m going to share it. Mike Todd- From Tulsa Ok. It fits with last weeks message. Here is what I think about Rac…
 
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