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Billy Graham 'Doing Better Than He Has in Months' Ahead of 97th Birthday as Son Franklin Promotes 'Final Book'
Evangelist Billy Graham is said to be in better shape today than he's been in for a while as his 97th birthday approaches, and his son, Franklin, is sharing how Hollywood's depiction of eternity has inspired what's being promoted as his father's fina..
"Duck Dynasty" husband-and-wife duo Jase and Missy Robertson have weighed in on Josh Duggar's public admission that he cheated on his wife, Anna, whom Missy said is the victim of his adultery and has every right to end their seven-year marriage.
'Believers in Hollywood' Producer Michael Flaherty: 'So Many Religions Are About Ideas, but Our Faith Is About a Man'
Believers in Hollywood are still some what of a rarity despite a growing consumer appetite for faith-based entertainment, but many continue to find mainstream success. An upcoming TV special, "Believers in Hollywood" shines a spotlight on Christians ..
'We're Shocked' Obama Providing 'Free Passes,' Military Assistance to Nations Using Child Soldiers, World Vision Says
The U.S. government will continue to provide military assistance to four African nations that were recently found to be actively recruiting child soldiers in their national militaries, and child protection experts have condemned the decision.
NatGeo's New Miniseries 'Saints & Strangers' Retells Story of Christians' Pursuit of Religious Freedom, First Thanksgiving (Videos)
National Geographic's forthcoming scripted miniseries, "Saints & Strangers," is expected to spark discussions about America's history and revitalize interest in the country's founding by its first European settlers ahead of Thanksgiving Day.
First lady Michelle Obama is promoting the launch of a new campaign aimed at helping 62 million girls around the world gain access to education. Obama spoke about the program during an appearance at the Global Citizen Festival in Central Park on Satu..
Christian Author Credits Jesus, Poetry for Helping Her Overcome Dark Skin Depression After Failed Suicide Attempts
Growing up, Mwati Mwila often felt ugly and inadequate because she had dark skin. For years, the outwardly bubbly child of African migrants to the United States was teased about her dark complexion. Although bullying would eventually lead to depressi..