A new report released Tuesday finds that Americans overwhelmingly believe morals and values are declining in the U.S. (77 percent). The most-cited cause for the decline? A lack of Bible reading.
The inaugural advance screening of “The Triumph,” a new documentary slated for
release in theaters this spring, sold out its first showing at the Marcus Addison Cinema Theater
with well over two weeks to go.
Wealth for the Righteous Resource Center (WFTR-RC), a financial literacy ministry, is well-equipped to help Christian consumers take control of their finances. “The Word of God gives instruction for all aspects of our lives, including our financial decision making,” says Mary Craft, and this is the premise upon which she founded WFTR-RC.
A cover story from Today’s Christian Woman magazine featuring Michigan adoptive mom and author Kim de Blecourt (“Until We All Come Home: A Harrowing Journey, a Mother’s Courage, a Race to Freedom,” November 2012, FaithWords) recently inspired Tim and Bess Lewis of southern Illinois to take a leap of faith.
Short-term missions are effectively spreading the gospel and the love of Christ to nearly every corner of the world. Yet most who accept the call to short-term missions experience an all too familiar cycle — the spiritual high during the trip and a rapid, sometimes deflating return to reality afterward.
The 2013 state winners of the annual Longest Married Couple Project, sponsored by Worldwide Marriage Encounter (WWME), the original faith based marriage enrichment program in this country, were announced today.
Farshid Fathi, an Iranian Christian pastor, is beginning the third year of a six-year prison sentence on a conviction of “being chief-director of foreign organizations in Iran and gathering funds for these organizations.”
People with no religious affiliation make up the third-largest global group in a new study of the size of the world’s faiths, placing after Christians and Muslims and just before Hindus.
U.S. gymnast and two-time Olympic gold medalist Gabrielle Douglas believes that her own success is directly proportional to the immense support from her faith in God, family and friends. This theme is at the heart of her debut memoir: Grace, Gold & Glory: My Leap of Faith, which releases today from Zondervan.
There are plenty of reality shows on television, from Survivor to The Bachelor to The Biggest Loser. But a new Christian series from an Emmy-award winning producer of October Baby chronicles the lives of women dealing with past abortions.
The Holidays are upon us. Most of us look forward to gathering with family and friends, but sometimes our time around the turkey and dressing isn’t always pleasant.
Nominations have been submitted from all over the country for the longest married couple project sponsored by Worldwide Marriage Encounter (WWME), the original faith-based marriage enrichment program in the country.
A new Advent book shares the Biblical origin of Christmas with children and families. The “Children’s Book of Advent: 25 Days with Jesus,” written by Pastor Bill Phillips and published in partnership with NET Bible®, introduces the story of Advent through kid-friendly narration, language, and original artwork.
The most famous, all-American superheroes like Batman, Superman, and Spider-Man are always poised to make another leap into the American consciousness, no matter how long they’ve been out of cutting-edge popularity. But, judging from a discussion panel at the most recent Comic-Con event in San Diego, a more insidious form of “superhero” is also lying in wait in an attempt to gain popularity with America’s children.
Today, moms have good reason to be concerned about how their teens use the Internet, but the truth is, online dangers pale compared to the risks of drunk driving.
The Coalition of African-American Pastors has thrust itself into the middle of a major social battle being waged in the United States, and president and founder William Owens has vowed that his group will not back down from its stance.