Major motion picture Son of God will release in theaters nationwide Feb. 28. Producer and actress Roma Downey (Touched by an Angel, The Bible) and producer Mark Burnett (The Voice, Survivor, Shark Tank, The Bible) brought The Bible miniseries to television with their company LightWorkers Media.
I opened the front door and came face to face with a rather large gift basket wrapped in clear cellophane with a gigantic velvet orange and brown bow. It was so big that it blocked the face of the deliveryman. The sight of such a gift was too wonderful for words! As a young married couple, Terry and I were going through hard times, with little money for extras, much less the basics! The arrival of this surprise basket of goodies was not only timely, but a miracle!
The story of the Duck Dynasty Robertson family is told through the eyes of three generations in a new 30-minute film released today on www.iamsecond.com.
It has been said that one of our great purposes in life is to give birth to ourselves. We have to find the purpose for which God created us and allow Him to give birth to it. Along the way, we must be very careful about what we allow to define us.
The Life Central Drama Players are proud to present their annual variety show, Saturday Night Life, which features comedy sketches and live musical performances.
Amid concerns about police brutality, Brazilian military police officers are taking Bible study classes during their working hours to help them deal with stress and improve their personal and family lives.
The Illinois Family Institute, along with the African-American Clergy Coalition, the Catholic Conference of Illinois and churches across the state, will hold an important Defend Marriage Lobby Day on Wednesday at the state Capitol to encourage lawmakers to protect and strengthen marriage instead of undermining it through Senate Bill 10.
Rick Warren, founding pastor of Saddleback Church and best-selling author of The Purpose Driven Life, has partnered with renowned Drs. Daniel Amen and Mark Hyman to co-author The Daniel Plan: 40 Days to a Healthier Life releasing Dec. 3.
Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar—along with 12 of their 19 children, one grandchild and their daughter-in-law, with whom they star on TLC’s hit reality television show 19 Kids and Counting—visited Liberty University on Monday as part of a statewide three-day tour. The family is expressing support for Virginia governor candidate Ken Cuccinelli and lieutenant governor candidate E.W. Jackson.
The fourth annual search is on for the longest married couple in the United States, it was announced today by Worldwide Marriage Encounter (WWME), the original faith-based marriage enrichment program in this country.
ChristianMingle®.com, the largest and fastest growing online community for Christian singles, today announced a partnership with Mandy Hale, internationally-known blogger and author of “The Single Woman: Life, Love, & a Dash of Sass.” ChristianMingle and Hale are collaborating to document Hale’s experiences on ChristianMingle.com as she takes her first shot at online dating.
From tiger moms to helicopter parents, popular models of parenting are constantly changing, making it more difficult for parents to find guidance for talking with their children openly about sexuality. Answering many questions that parents and children often ask, Sex + Faith (Westminster John Knox Press) offers a unique, progressive approach to discussing difficult topics such as birth control and sexual orientation. Author Kate Ott helps take the intimidation out of the “talk” by providing parents with a how-to guide for discussing faith and sexuality with their children at different ages.
It’s a question that nags at every parent: “Have I successfully prepared my child for life on their own?” Just One More Thing is a practical guide to help teens transition out of their parents’ home and into the rest of their lives.
Pastor Mark Driscoll is encouraging Christians to evangelize in these days when “the church is dying.”
After years of denial, cyclist Lance Armstrong admitted in January he had used banned substances to win seven straight Tour de France races. A few weeks later, American Idol contestant Matthew Farmer abruptly left the television competition after confessing he had fabricated a tale about being wounded in Iraq.
On Feb. 9, 1958, a young Assemblies of God pastor in a rural town in Pennsylvania was watching the late show on TV while his wife and small children were asleep. On that night he evaluated his life.