For Pastor James Cuffee, witchcraft is real. It’s dangerous. It’s deadly. It killed his father, and his cousin was murdered at the hands of a witch who claimed she could turn herself into a tree.
In deeply remote areas of Liberia, one of the world’s hotspots for witchcraft, fighting the occult and bringing the lost to Christ is what missionaries’ work looks like.
Brenda Arthur received an unexpected visit on March 8 that, one week later, leaves her feeling more than a little uneasy.
At her door that day was an officer with the West Virginia State Police. He wanted to know about her involvement in a Freedom of Information request regarding a local mosque.
By Julie Roys
Three months ago, my career was going precisely to plan. I had just published my first book and had begun receiving invitations to speak at major conferences and large churches. My platform was growing. My radio show was doing well. And I was publishing regularly in Christian periodicals. Life was good until . . .
I blew the whistle on the Moody Bible Institute.
FOX5 Atlanta reports that the numbers “666” and the letter “A” were painted on the walls, and someone drew a pentagram with a face inside, along with the words “Hail Lucifer” written both forward and backward.
It seems the devil and his minions have been very busy.
One thing has intrigued me about this phenomenon. The movies, the TV shows, the reporting by the news media all seem to focus on the Catholic Church, Catholic priests and Catholic rituals in the battles with demons.
Is that a reflection of reality?