This is always one of the hardest weeks to understand for Christians. We are taken to the scene of the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem, his pathway strewn with palm fronds. His arrival was greeted by happy worshipers singing "Hosanna to the Son of David. Blessed is He who comes in the Name of the Lord."
Astronomical events have been making headlines lately. On April 8, the orbits of Mars, Earth, and the sun fell into a straight line in a rare cosmic alignment called an opposition. Precisely one week later, we will see the first of four extremely unusual total lunar eclipses.
About 800 to 1,000 Southern Baptist congregations cease to exist annually, largely due to a stagnant vision among the leadership and lack of impact within their communities, says a church planting director. However, church leaders say the closures are often the symptom of a greater problem.
Groom receives amazing surprise from his bride at the altar
The so-called "Blood Moon" will finally make its appearance tonight in the early hours of April 15, 2014, commencing a lunar "tetrad."
Challenge - can you figure out what's going on here? Or will this dance troop's crazy antics blow your mind?
Ukraine's interim government has asked the United Nations to send peacekeeping troops in an effort to confront pro-Russian separatists who have gained an increasing amount of control in the country's eastern regions in recent days.
Journalist and former financial columnist Helaine Olen says the popular gurus of finance who are touted on talk radio, cable news and PBS aren't giving Americans the right advice when it comes to saving money for life's biggest expenses.
Nathan surprised Maegan with most beautiful words about love and marriage, and they came straight from the Bible.
The applicants figured you'd have to be crazy to do this job. And then they found out who already does.
A powerful short film featuring Evansville Police Detective Nathan Schroer, who lost a nine-year battle with leukemia late last year, was released by I am Second on Monday.
Sometimes it takes exceptional examples to show that God's plan for us is far from letting our disabilities hold us back. This man was born with cerebral palsy. His biggest concern about his condition is that it prevents him from being able to share the life of Jesus with the world.
Some wedding dances are silly, some are heartbreaking. This thunderous performance is just jaw-dropping amazing.
A 39-year-old Utah woman who police believe gave birth to six children then allegedly murdered them all was arrested Saturday after the bodies of seven infants were discovered packed in separate cardboard boxes in a home she formerly occupied.
A CBS affiliate in Sacramento, Calif., has issued an apology to a pro-life organization after falsely portraying the group in a nightly news story.
Over the decades, An and Ria never flew in a plane. This short film by Vodafone shows the laughs and the tears as these two sweet grannies tackle their fears for the trip of a lifetime.
Pastor Carl Lentz, who has been leading Hillsong NYC for more than three years, recently said that serving New York City will always be central to the vision and mission of the megachurch.
Bubba Watson claimed his second Masters title in three years with a three stroke victory on Sunday.
Noah and God's Not Dead dropped out of the top five for the first time since the films were released in a weekend that saw Captain America: The Winter Soldier take first place for the second consecutive week.
Popular youth pastor and founder of The Basement in Alabama, Matt Pitt, emerged from the Shelby County jail elated and healthy-looking Sunday morning to cheering family and supporters after serving eight months behind bars.