Posts Tagged ‘good news’

Good News According To The Son of A Nazi, Werner Oder

July 13, 2010

Pastor Werner was born in Austria to a family of ranking Nazi Officials. In his testimony he tells the story of his conversion from anti-Semitism to faith in God and love for the Jews and support for Israel.

His real life account, which has been televised and broadcast on radio, tells of the horrors of his father’s involvement in Hitler’s death squad – the SS, and his family’s personal acquaintance with the world’s most wanted war criminals. In his astonishing true story, he relives the horrors of a childhood dominated by evil and his struggle for survival amidst the devastation of post world war Austria.

During his call by God to minister in England, Werner met his wife Avril. They have one son and three daughters and pastor together Tuckton Christian Centre, Bournemouth, a vibrant church that testifies to the power of God.


‘My father the Nazi’ – (published in the Jerusalem Post)
Son of Austrian SS officer discovers love for Jews-by Herta Leithgöb and Lisa Rüdiger
Given some of his earliest memories, it’s hard to believe Werner Oder is a Christian
pastor today, much less one who loves the Jews and Israel….
“Whenever I share my testimony, God does amazing things.


Good News According To William Tyndale

April 15, 2009

tyndale William Tyndale wrote the first modern English Bible. Tyndale introduced words like “passover” and was the first to write the word “Jesus”, as the letter “J” was new to the English language. Jesus’ original Hebrew name is Yeshua.

After King Henry VIII and the church killed Tyndale for enabling everyday people to read the Bible themselves, they created the the King James version of the Bible which was a sanitized version of Tyndale’s Bible.

Tyndale’s Bible is credited with being the first English translation to come directly from Hebrew and Greek texts. Furthermore it was the first English biblical translation that was mass produced as a result of new advances in the art of printing. The term Tyndale’s Bible is not strictly correct, because Tyndale never published a complete Bible. Prior to his death Tyndale had only finished translating the entire New Testament and roughly half of the Old Testament.[1] Of the latter, the Pentateuch, Jonah and a revised version of the book of Genesis were published during his lifetime. His other Old Testament works were first used in the creation of the Matthew Bible and also heavily influenced every major English translation of the Bible that followed

Good News According To Andrew

March 31, 2009

Andrew was an apostle and a Jewish believer in Jesus.

Andrew helped start the Orthodox church in Istanbul (Constantinople).

The New Testament records that St Andrew was the brother of Simon Peter, by which it is inferred that he was likewise a son of Jonah, or John, (Matthew 16:17; John 1:42). He was born in Bethsaida on the Sea of Galilee (John 1:44). Both he and his brother Peter were fishermen by trade, hence the tradition that Jesus called them to be his disciples by saying that He will make them “fishers of men

Is the word “church” really in the original Bible scriptures? IschurchintheBible

Good News According To Mark

March 28, 2009

Mark was a Jewish Christian trained by Peter, who wrote the Gospel According To Mark and started the Egyptian church.

According to tradition the Coptic Orthodox Church is the Church of Alexandria which was established by Saint Mark the apostle and evangelist in the middle of the 1st century (approximately AD 42).

The Egyptian Church, which is now more than nineteen centuries old, regards itself as the subject of many prophecies in the Old Testament. Isaiah the prophet, in Chapter 19, Verse 19 says “In that day there will be an altar to the LORD in the midst of the land of Egypt, and a pillar to the LORD at its border.”

The first Christians in Egypt were mainly Alexandrian Jews such as Theophilus,[citation needed] whom Saint Luke the Evangelist addresses in the introductory chapter of his gospel.

Good News According To Catholics

March 27, 2009

The Catholic church was started by Jesus’ disciple Peter or Constantine depending on who you ask.

The Pope leads the Catholic Church.


Good News According To The Armenian Church

March 26, 2009

The Armenian Church was started by Jesus’ apostles Bartholomew and Thaddeus. The Armenian church is the world’s oldest national church and one of the most ancient Christian communities. It was founded in 1st century AD, recognized by state 301. It is currently headquartered in Etchmiadzin, Armenia.


Good News According To Jude Thaddeus

March 26, 2009

Jude Thaddeus shared the good news of Jesus and today the Armenian church he helped to start still exists and is one of the oldest in the world!

Saint Jude was one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus. He is generally identified with Thaddeus, and is also variously called Jude of James, Jude Thaddaeus , Judas Thaddaeus or Lebbaeus.

Good News According To Bartholomew

March 26, 2009

Bartholomew shared the good news of Jesus and today the Armenian church he helped to start still exists and is one of the oldest in the world!

Saint Bartholomew was one of the twelve Apostles of Jesus.

Bartholomew is listed among the Twelve Apostles in the three Synoptic gospels: Matthew, Mark, and Luke, and also appears as one of the witnesses of the Ascension (Acts 1:4, 12, 13), each time named in the company of Philip,

Good News According To James Ridgway

March 25, 2009

Good news for Israel tourism from pastor James Ridgway who sent some 300,000 tourists to Israel!!

Feb. 5, 2009

American pastor James Ridgway was honored late last month for bringing some 300,000 tourists to Israel since 1974 through his nonprofit organization, Educational Opportunities, which was also marking its 35th anniversary…

…The tours feature both Jewish and Arab guides. Ibrahim Matar directs the contemporary studies program for Educational Opportunities, a program in which pilgrims learn about both the Palestinian perspective and the Israeli perspective of the conflict. Matar arranges for all of the pilgrims to visit a Jewish settlement and a Palestinian refugee camp.

Matar said the tours “build a bridge for peace.”

Rula Shubeita, a tour guide for 12 years, said it is a priority for the pilgrims to pray and follow in the footsteps of Jesus.

“They relate to these holy sites. All of their lives they studied about Jesus, Jerusalem, Nazareth. It’s a great experience for them. It’s once in a lifetime,” Shubeita said.

Ridgway said he believes Arabs and Jews will live in peace one day.

“I hope I will live to see that day,” he said.

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Good News According To Kim Phuc – The Girl In The Photo

March 25, 2009

amazing story of the “girl in the photo” from Vietnam. One of the most powerful stories of forgiveness and faith I’ve ever heard.


ppt – Good News

Another AMAZING story!
Nick Vujicic