A steady stream of stories from those who made decisions to commit their lives to Jesus Christ at a Harvest Crusade with Greg Laurie over the last three decades include dramatic transformations that have led to Christian leadership and ministry.
Author and men's ministry expert, Kenny Luck, is confident that his radio program, the "Every Man Show," launching at the Salem Broadcast Network's 99.5 KKLA in Los Angeles on Monday will become a catalyst for changed lives, something that is much needed in America's cities today, he said.
The Salvation Army in Southern California helped those attending a National Donut Day event locally on Friday remember that the day first began in 1938 in the city of Chicago as a way to honor the organization's "doughnut lassies" from World War I.
While many in America will be fully engaged in barbecues and reveling in the three-day weekend, producers of the documentary "The Unknowns," which releases on Memorial Day, have given us a reminder that the national holiday is not just another day off.
With minimum promotion, a grassroots movement comprised of mostly Christian youth groups throughout the U.S. generated more than 115,000 online registrations for people to attend Azusa Now, a prayer and worship event held at the L.A. Coliseum Saturday.
Award-winning screenwriter Brian Godawa said he's teamed up with Charlie Wen, former visual director of Marvel Studios, to tell an action-adventure romance book "rooted in the ancient history and spiritual reality of China" in his newly released book, The Dragon King.
A Pennsylvania pastor and radio host is leading the charge for a National Week of Repentance planned for April 3-10, calling for revival by first asking Americans to admit their personal and collective sins.
Although producers of "The Passion Live," broadcast live on Fox this Sunday, are quick to point out that their modern-day presentation of Jesus' last moments on earth before his death and resurrection isn't really a musical, but a "musical event," TV ratings will still be compared to such shows as "Grease: Live."
Evangelist Greg Laurie and an army of volunteers are hoping that Harvest America at the 100,000 max-capacity AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, streamed live to more than 6,000 host locations in the U.S. and worldwide, and broadcast live on cable TV on Sunday will usher thousands into a relationship with Jesus and become perhaps the largest Christian outreach in history.
If you are prone to one heartbreak after another when it comes to relationships it may be time to rethink the common belief that dating is about finding "the one" who will complete you, said author and pastor Naeem Fazal during a recent sermon.
At Movieguide's 24th annual Faith & Values Awards Gala, Dolly Parton was awarded the Epiphany Prize for the Most Inspiring TV Program of 2015 for "Coat of Many Colors," a story about her upbringing in rural Tennessee.
Media critic and founder of the family and values based Movieguide, Ted Baehr, says the solution to the #OscarsSoWhite controversy proposed by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is flawed and encourages prejudice, the exact opposite of the Academy's intention.
Christians from Southern California traveled by tour buses to a suburb of Ensenada, Mexico, to join 150 local missionaries and believers to attend the grand opening of Puerta Hermosa (Beautiful Gate) Orphanage that serves as the home for abandoned and severely ill special needs children of Baja.
Years ago, I started "The Scrooge Report" blog and kept track of many things that could be filed in the "War on Christmas" category. Since that time, I've throttled way back on reporting on such matters, mainly because at some point, we have to choose our battles as we feel God is leading.
The author of Ex-Muslim, Naeem Fazal, says there is only one position the church, as defined by Christians within the Body of Christ, should take when it comes to answering the question: What should we do to prevent Islamic terrorist groups such as ISIS from attacking America and elsewhere?
At a time when many in the U.S. are pointing to the government as either the problem or the solution to societal ills, or both, a national men's ministry leader gave a prophetic message recently that holds the Christian church accountable for the state of current affairs and critical to any real change for the better.
Pastor Rick Warren, one of the leading advocates for removing the stigma inside the church community attached with mental illness, gave advice to Jordin Sparks in the early morning hours Tuesday after she sent out a plea for help over Twitter in experiencing anxiety
A Tennessee pastor who was accused of saying that "liberal society" was to blame "for banning the stoning of LGBT people" during a sermon on TV, first by Raw Story then by other media, says he does not believe Christians should stone homosexuals.
Current events in the last several weeks in the U.S. and abroad, but especially in our nation, have been dramatic enough for some Christian leaders to warn that a course correction for the Church is needed.
A pastor who has written a book on the church and social media said he believes that Planned Parenthood, not Facebook, is to blame for the blocking of posts with links to two op-eds by Christian leaders expressing outrage this week over Planned Parenthood's reported selling of aborted baby body parts.
Musical pioneers who were at the forefront of the Jesus People Movement in the 1960s and '70s performed a half-day long reunion concert at Calvary Chapel Pacific Coast earlier this month. While some may have hoped for a revival in a more public sense, the event transformed into an intimate look at a family of virtuosos who love Jesus, each other, and their ministries.