Lee Warren

Christian Post Reporter

Rebecca St. James Takes Her Tour to Church

Grammy Award winning Christian singer Rebecca St. James is taking her tour to church. Since the release of her CD, she has been a guest worship artist during worship services at a number of the country’s largest megachurches.

Joplin Tornado 'Cut the City in Half'

A devastating tornado dropped from the sky on Sunday in southwestern Missouri around 5:30 p.m., cutting a 6-mile long and half-mile wide path through Joplin, decimating homes, businesses, churches, hospitals and anything in its path. The tornado was wrapped in rain, making it difficult to see and therefore difficult to warn others about its impending progress.

Supreme Court of Canada to Hear Mandated Religions Classes Case

Can Quebec impose, without the possibility of an exemption, a school program of study about religion and ethics on those who view it as infringing on their religious beliefs and their freedom of conscience? That’s the question a Catholic couple from Quebec wants the Supreme Court of Canada to decide.

NBA Rookie in the Habit of Thanking God

The Memphis Grizzlies were seeded eighth in the Western Conference heading into the NBA playoffs, but they surprised nearly everybody when they knocked off number one seed San Antonio in six games, which prompted rookie point guard Greivis Vasquez to give God the credit for keeping the team focused and together.

Bishop Advises Pacquiao to Retire From the Ring

Manny Pacquiao, 32, is considered by many boxing analysts to be the best boxer in world. That’s why the advice he received from Bishop Dinualdo Gutierrez of Marbel before climbing into the ring in Las Vegas to defend his W.B.O. welterweight title might have sounded a little odd to the average fan

Peyton Hillis Not Buying the 'Madden Curse'

NFL running back Peyton Hillis, 25, knows about the supposed curse that goes along with being selected for the cover of the Madden 12 video game. He just doesn’t buy into it. “I’m a Christian man and I don’t believe anything could be put in front of me that God can’t take away."

More Sports Teams Turning to Faith Community

An increasing number of sports teams are using a similar marketing strategy to get people to come out to ballparks and arenas – faith. Major League Baseball teams will hold, or already have held, promotions for Christian groups this season.