‘The Chosen’ Actor Reveals How She Found The Love Of Jesus Through Series

Elizabeth Tabish, who plays Mary Magdalene in ‘The Chosen’ series shares her story of finding and experiencing the Love of Jesus through the series.

NFL, NBA Chaplain Featured in ‘I Am Second’ Film

In the new White Chair film released by global storytelling organization I Am Second, Jonathan Evans shares his story about facing rejection and failure and how he eventually found victory on a path he hadn’t expected. Evans, a former NFL player and Baylor Bear, is the Dallas Cowboys’ and Dallas Mavericks’ Chaplain.

Famed Bible Smuggler ‘Brother Andrew’ Dies at 94

Anne Van der Bijl, the founder of international nonprofit Open Doors, and known around the world as “Brother Andrew,” died yesterday at the age of 94 at his home in the Netherlands, according to a family spokesperson.

CeCe Winans New Book ‘Believe for It: Passing On Faith To The Next Generation’

What better way to add to a legacy other than passing the torch to those coming behind you? The ministry and music heritage of CeCe Winans has somehow managed to get stronger with time. To know CeCe, is to love her, and no one knows that better than her devoted supporters who have watched her career sky-rocket over the years. It is CeCe’s consistent display of living that is proclaimed in such classic songs as: “Alabaster Box, “More Than What I Wanted” and current classic, “Believe For It.”

National Christian Teacher of the Year

Bob Jones University announced today Adina Leon, a 1998 graduate, was named a National Christian Teacher of the Year by the Herzog Foundation. The foundation recognizes 12 teachers across the nation that embody excellence in Christian education. This inaugural awards program is part of the Herzog Foundation’s mission to advance Christian education on a national scale.

Minister Denied Permit to Hold Prayer Vigils US Capitol Grounds

Rev. Patrick Mahoney’s request for a preliminary injunction to conduct his prayer vigils will be heard on July 5 at the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.

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