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We cry out to God. He answers our prayers. Then we say, "It's okay, God! Everything seemed to work out." But do we ever stop and think that God might have worked through certain circumstances to come to our rescue?
The eagerly awaited "Blood Moon" will finally make its appearance on April 15, 2014, commencing a lunar "tetrad." Information on the Blood Moon, its start time, and when and how to watch is detailed below.
The popular talk show host, known for satirical takedowns of conservative pundits, pulls from the Bible when asked an incredibly deep question about God.
Morale and ludicrous were front-and-center as I arrived at a Christian school seeking to raise capital, and large amounts, at that. The faculty and staff had gone without pay for 12 months, their pension investment had disappeared, they watched as a colleague was released for the sexual assault of over a dozen children at the school, and no one knew from week-to-week which classes would be consolidated or who would be without a job.
Pastor and author Michael Lawrence advises believers on how to handle attacks on the inerrancy of Scripture.
My heart breaks for your family, your congregation and for everyone reeling from the revelations of this past week. I physically ache, as I remember being in such a horribly shameful and painful place many years ago.
Some law enforcement officers in Tennessee are now worried about the increase in crime and other unintended consequences that could occur if a bill passed Tuesday by the Tennessee Senate to let gun owners carry their weapons openly without a permit should ever become law.
What do you pray when your meal contains an ungodly amount of salt and sugar? This hysterical comic has an idea.
A husband and wife who are members of the Los Angeles Police Department have sued the force, saying that it discriminated against their Wiccan beliefs.
This week two sex scandals — one involving a national political figure and one a prominent pastor — are making national headlines. Sadly, it's not the first time nor will it be the last we will see these types of stories surface. But as a Christian and a journalist, I am asking myself how I should view and report them.
The House of Cards Season 3 release date will almost certainly be delayed after lawmakers in Maryland failed to pass last minute legislation, which could result in producers of the Netflix series taking the program elsewhere.
In the contraceptive mandate case Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby—argued Tuesday, March 25th—the government asserts that corporations can't exercise religion because they're not people – and that the people who own corporations can't exercise religion through them because they aren't corporations. Did you follow that? Me neither. But it's true.
In light of the recent controversy surrounding Rep. Vance McAllister (R-La.), Duck Dynasty's Willie Robertson has advised the politician to "work things out privately," while a spokesperson for Focus on the Family, a social conservative group, has told The Christian Post that there needs to be more "personal accountability" among politicians.
The University of South Carolina Upstate has canceled a gay-themed show following outcry from conservative state lawmakers.
When Anna Majure found her son Layton unconscious in the back seat, she froze with panic. Thankfully, God sent Clark McCarthy with perfect timing. See the story of this miracle rescue.
The church needs to focus on creating a gospel-centered evangelistic culture rather than just claiming to be evangelical, says Dave Bruskas, teaching pastor and executive elder at Mars Hill Church.