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The day after a FedEx truck slammed into a tour bus filled with high school students in Northern California, killing 10 people including five teenage students who were on their way to a college recruitment event, witnesses and survivors spoke about the deadly crash.
President Barack Obama on Friday announced that Sylvia Mathews Burwell, director of the Office and Management and Budget, would be his nominee to replace the embattled Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. The announcement comes seven months before the midterm elections.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has said Christianity is now the most persecuted religion around the world, and that Britain should be "unashamed" in standing up against persecution of Christians and other religious groups.
While "word of mouth" is the best advertisement, it should not be an excuse to sit back and wait for students to flow into your classrooms. Recruitment, aggressive recruitment, should always be the "modus operandi." Actually when enrollment is strong, marketing be even stronger. It helps to protect during the lean times. Recruitment, however, even aggressive recruitment won't assure fiscal strength unless tuition, spending, and salaries, essentially the entire budget is in balance.
Without oxygen, your body will die. And without "spiritual oxygen," your spirit cannot come alive. Only the Lord can give life to your body. And only the Holy Spirit can give "spiritual oxygen" to your spirit. The Christian life is as miraculous as breath itself. Receiving life-giving oxygen into your spirit is as easy as taking your first breath after being born. It just happens.
A dramatic, unilateral change is taking place in the content of the College Board's Advanced Placement U.S. history course. In fall 2014, almost half a million high school sophomores and juniors will learn a version of U.S. history very different from the course of study now in place.
Minister Rick Wood has fed the homeless for six years, but now a city ordinance is threatening to end his ministry. Hear him talk about his calling to serve God and the homeless.
My seven-year-old son stated emphatically, "Mom, you know soon they will have to change the national anthem. You know, Mom, that part that says, 'the land of the free.' That's not true anymore."
The National Organization for Marriage, a nonprofit group that advocates for traditional marriage, is expecting tens of thousands of people from across the United States to join their June "March for Marriage" in Washington to "show the world that the marriage debate isn't over."
Saddleback Church founder Pastor Rick Warren plans to preach at two Easter Sunday worship services at Hollywood High School as part of launching a church campus in Los Angeles.
This baby makes some great points, and he sounds great making them. Too bad it's all babble, but this fun dad plays along. It's a fun moment between a daddy and a baby that will have you laughing.
The announced departure of HHS Secretary Kathleen Sibelius marks the end of a chapter of American history. Sibelius, aside from President Obama, has been the most prominent public face on the signature initiative of the Obama administration – the Affordable Health Care Act.
Drivers know in theory they shouldn't park in front of fire hydrants. For one, it's illegal. See how one Boston man got one costly reminder.
William Best, 47, was arrested and charged with allegedly committing second degree rape, second degree sodomy and incest against an underage family member. Following these charges, Best was fired from his position as pastor of Living Waters Worship Center in Valley Grande, Ala., where he served for three years.
We all know that Jesus walked the road to Calvary, but did you know that believers also journey to the cross? We've all been positionally crucified with Christ, but those who hunger for Him participate in a deeper experience of this reality. Jesus lovingly takes their hand and leads them to the cross.
Think before you hit 'Send.' One man discovered the hard way how expensive it can be if you don't.
Gayle Walls desperately wanted to share the Good News, but cerebral palsy obstructed his words. Now he's free to live out his greatest joy.
Fox News host and best-selling author Bill O'Reilly believes that children should learn Judeo-Christian principles in public schools. O'Reilly explained his views during an interview with Matt Lauer on NBC's "TODAY" show Thursday, saying, "Kids need to know what Judeo-Christian tradition is, because that's what all of our laws are based on. That's what the country's philosophy is based on. ... And because that's what forged the Constitution."
Television personality A.J. Calloway opened up Thursday about the racism he faced as a child growing up in New Jersey and announced that he will be embarking on a campaign called "I am Human" aimed at humanizing black boys.