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I've always been concerned about the environment, and my concern has grown in recent years with all the talk about global warming and the need for alternative energy sources and things like that. Why don't churches say more about this?
A number of denominations, for example, have passed resolutions urging their members to be more active in environmental issues.
Is it wrong to get angry at God? I've been through some very hard times recently and I feel like God has let me down. I'd like to get past this, I guess, but right now I can't help feeling angry at God.
Even when we're angry at Him, He still loves us and yearns for us to turn to Him for the comfort and encouragement we need. And that's what I pray you will do.
Do you think the human race will ever destroy itself? I get very worried when I read about the way we're poisoning the environment and things like that, and I wonder if my grandchildren will even have a world left to live in. Does the Bible say anything about this?
Jesus reached out to the hungry and hurting - and so must we. He commands us to alleviate suffering and work for a better world in the name of Christ.
Many years ago, I was in the Army fighting in a very dangerous place, and I told God that I would never bother Him again if He only got me out of there alive. Well, He did, and I've kept that promise all these years, but did I make a mistake by making it?
Your real mistake was in thinking that God wasn't concerned about you, and that you were somehow irritating Him or making Him angry by asking Him to save you. But God isn't like that - not at all!
If I could give just one piece of advice to someone, it would be to be careful who you hang around with. I wasn't, and now I'm in prison because I got talked into doing some things that I knew were wrong. Maybe you can help someone by passing this along.
Why follow the crowd if it's going the wrong way?
Words of Hope at Ground Zero
At moments like these, our words fail us, but God's Word never fails.
How Can the World Find Peace?
Even though peace seems unattainable, Christ has already given us the solution.
Expressions of Kindness for Iraq
In Iraq, Christians cannot expect help from the besieged government. Instead, they pray that authorities looking for spies will not accuse them of treason.
A Journey to Faith
Lee Strobel, a former atheist and investigative reporter, talks about the claims of Christ.
Don't Forget Sudan's Persecuted Christians
Franklin Graham and Sen. Bill Frist recently visited Lui Hospital in southern Sudan, which has made great progress in recent years.
Sen. Majority Leader Bill Frist talks about his vision for leadership that incorporates care, compassion and trust.
Glory to God and Peace on Earth
Pray with us for an unprecedented outreach to children and families in Sudan through Operation Christmas Child.
A Federal Marriage Amendment
Who would ever have thought that something as basic as marriage would need to be spelled out?
Season of Peace in Sudan
Sudan's government invites Franklin Graham to Khartoum.
The Key to Peace
Franklin Graham spoke for national television in Sudan about finding peace through Jesus Christ.
Five Things a Storm Can't Destroy
In life's storms, we can hold to these promises from God.
Reasons for Our Hope
What evidence supports the fact that Scripture is both historically reliable and accurate?
The Bible: More Exhilarating Than Any Heresy
A seminary president tells why Christians must know how to articulate the truths of Scripture in the face of heresy.
Freedom and Prayer
We have a biblical mandate to pray for those in authority.
One year after Hurricane Katrina, God is still using Rapid Response Team chaplains to bring hope and healing to Gulf Coast residents.