True or False? Am not into relationship or marriage writing, but this caught my attention and needed to be shared. For young adult Christians who have grown up believing that sex outside of marriage is wrong, it can be understandable that they might rush to the altar with the person they feel so strongly in… Continue reading Should Young Christians Rush to Get Married?
Soon another Holy Week will be upon us, beginning with Palm Sunday and culminating with Easter Sunday. It was “the week that changed the world.” The week began in a humble, triumphant sort of way. That may seem like an oxymoron. Jesus was hailed as a king, but rode in on a donkey---a humble way… Continue reading Repost: What Was the ‘Crime’ of Jesus That Got Him Crucified? #Easter #History #Crucifixion
Orphans in Somalia whose parents were killed for their faith by Islamic extremist, Al Shabaab rebels are becoming more numerous – and hungrier, an underground church leader said. The pastor started a care center for the orphans three years ago in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, as more children of secret Christians were orphaned. “Last year… Continue reading Around The World: Somalia: Impoverished Secret Church Reaches Out to Persecuted Orphans
Television is producing more shows with religious themes, as the sitcom Living Biblically illustrates . The show depicts a lapsed Catholic who is married to an atheist and decides to live by the literal commands of Scripture with the help of a Jewish rabbi and a Catholic priest. I found it mildly humorous at times,… Continue reading What ‘Living Biblically’ Says about Religion and Culture Today #Christian Headline #Top post
This is a long piece of information and news but it's worth it. Lord have mercy on us. Hindu extremists in southern India issued harsh threats to Christians distributing Bibles before snatching their car keys, taking Bibles out of their vehicle and setting the Scripture on fire, sources said. Christians associated with Gideons International, all… Continue reading Around The World: Bible Burning in Southern India Shows Depth of Hostility toward Christians #extremists #topheadlines #India #Christian Headline
In as much am not a Trump fan, and also not supporting some of his policies, for this to be a concern in their administration stand as a positive policy in their administration. I pray the bill is passed and the abolition is active. According to the source, Vice President of U.S Mike Pence told… Continue reading Around The World: This Generation Can Be the One to End Legal Abortion- Mike Pence
President Donald Trump and former presidents are praising Billy Graham’s life work after the evangelist died Wednesday. Graham was 99. “The GREAT Billy Graham is dead,” President Trump tweeted. “There was nobody like him! He will be missed by Christians and all religions. A very special man.” Graham was a counselor for many U.S. presidents.… Continue reading Around The World: Presidents Pay Tribute to Rev. Billy Graham #world #President #Billy Graham #top headlines #influence #death
According to the Olympic Charter, one of the formal goals of the Olympic movement is to serve “the harmonious development of humankind, with a view to promoting a peaceful society.” In other words, the organizers of the Olympics seek to use the games as a way to encourage global peace. Yet, as Keith Rathbone points… Continue reading News: Can the Olympics Bring Global Peace?
The victim impact statements ended in the trial of former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar today (January 24). For his acts of criminal sexual conduct, Judge Rosemarie Aquilina sentenced him to between 40 and 175 years in prison, telling him, “It is my honor and privilege to sentence you.” Judge Aquilina opened the courtroom to… Continue reading Trending Video: Young Woman Shares Gospel During Victim Impact Hearing for USA Gymnastics Doctor: Repost