Parents who particularly await the Black Friday 2011 sales nationwide in order to get a little something for their kids should be cautious about a line of baby dolls offered by Toys "R" Us this season. The talking toys babble to each other in baby talk, at one point allegedly using a vulgar expression.
HTC, the smartphone and tablet maker which launched on Nov. 6 its Vivid 4G, a new smartphone, and which is offered exclusively by AT&T's 4G wireless broadband network, will receive an over-the-air upgrade to Android's 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system in early 2012, it has been reported.
Crystal Cathedral Ministries' Garden Grove, Calif., property will be sold to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange for $57.5 million, it was decided Thursday, and that means the church will have to find a new location for its thousands-strong congregation. But congregants have expressed an unwillingness to leave the signature glass structure behind.
Pastors from over 70 evangelical churches in Scotland have signed a letter to First Minister Alex Salmond Friday calling for him to protect the traditional definition of marriage as a union between a man and a woman.
Sheila Schuller Coleman, the daughter of Robert H. and Arvella Schuller, founders of Crystal Cathedral Ministries, said in a statement Thursday that although the ministry's board has "reluctantly" agreed to sell its signature property, it is still not too late for a miracle to emerge in its bankruptcy case, and that the congregation will remain the same.
Crystal Cathedral Ministries endorsed the bid of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange County and the judge approved of the decision Thursday in the Santa Ana, Calif. bankruptcy court, where the bankruptcy case of this prominent Garden Grove megachurch has been taking place, which means that the property will not be sold to Chapman University, as previously expected.
NYPD officers turned out in force in Lower Manhattan Friday to confront disgruntled protesters, who had been booted from Zuccotti Park in previous days, after word spread of protesters' promise to "shut down" Wall Street. Here are some photos from the scene as well as comments from protesters.
At least six people have been killed and dozens more injured in thunderstorms and tornadoes that swiped through the Southeast of the United States Wednesday, according to The Associated Press.
Members of the California-based Crystal Cathedral ministries seem to be more and more anxious about the church’s bankruptcy case, with some expressing fear that losing their decades-old house of worship might damage the integrity of the church. The decision of whether the property will be sold to a Catholic organization or to a local university with Protestant roots is to fall tonight.
Man in the Mirror, the popular Florida non-profit men-only ministry under the leadership of charismatic evangelist and author Dr. Patrick Morley announced this week that it will hire 330 ministers in a national effort to form 1,000,000 male disciples by 2015; and 10,000,000 by the end of 2020.
Two popular evangelical Christian speakers and authors, who are a married couple and founders of "Marriage for Today," a radio show helping other couples with marital problems in accordance to the Bible, are scheduled to appear on CNN to defend child-raising methods advocated by controversial Tennessee evangelical pastor Michael Pearl.
Seven members of the World Evangelical Allience (WEA), the largest global evangelical body, including the organization's CEO, the Rev. Dr. Geoff Tunnicliffe, held a joint Thanksgiving service with the Christian Council of Korea (CCK) in Seoul Monday.
The interview with former Arizona congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, who was shot in the head in January, seems to be a more popular human interest story than that of alleged pedophile Jerry Sandusky.
Crystal Cathedral Bankruptcy: Chapman University, Catholic Diocese Bump Up Offers as Sale Decision Is Postponed
Two Christian institutions battling to purchase the 50-acre Garden Grove, Calif., property belonging to the indebted Crystal Cathedral Ministry have both sweetened their deals, which caused the final decision in the case to be rescheduled to Thursday, according to a hearing Monday in a Santa Ana bankruptcy court.
Up to 150 conservative and evangelical ministers are reportedly threatening to resign in Scotland, where the Church of Scotland is about to become the first Presbyterian church in the world to allow the ordination of openly gay ministers.
Tornado warnings covering areas from Illinois to Ohio have been issued by weather experts Monday. The greatest threat was reported to be based along a warm front extending from east-central Illinois to northwestern Ohio, where a tornado watch is in effect until 8 p.m., The National Weather Service stated.
A judge is expected to decide Monday whether bankrupt Crystal Cathedral's campus will be sold to Chapman University or the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange, a decision that could mean an end to the Garden Grove megachurch's iconic era.
As the nation expects the postponed launch of the iPhone 5, rumors about the expected service carriers and details of deals abound.
Controversial Danish director Lars von Trier depicts his version of the end of the world in a new movie titled "Melancholia," but some critics are wondering if the movie doesn't actually indicate the end of the Danish filmmaker's career.
The mother of one of the boys – referred to as "Victim 1" – allegedly abused by Jerry Sandusky appeared anonymously on ABC's "Good Morning America" Friday, sharing details about her son's ordeal.
While many restaurants and coffee shops across the country offer free or discounted meals to veterans on Veterans Day 2011, The Christian Post has put together a list of other discounted offers on the menu today for members of the nation's armed forces.
The author of a book analyzing the phenomenon of child abuse in religious communities has criticized Michael Pearl, an evangelical Christian pastor and author of a book on child rearing using corporal punishment, suggesting that his teachings might be potentially dangerous to children's health and life.
After the riots at Penn State University, in which students protested the firing of the school's legendary head football coach Joe Paterno, who is accused of not taking proper action in a child sex abuse case, those very familiar with the issue of sexual abuse say they are in shock and find the whole incident troubling.
Crystal Cathedral Bankruptcy: Catholic Diocese Increases Bid in Attempt to Buy Megachurch's Property
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange has increased its offer to $55.4 million for Crystal Cathedral Ministries' property, in an ongoing squabble over who gets to purchase the indebted megachurch's 40-acre Garden Grove, Calif., real estate.
The number of homeless people in New York City is the highest in history, according to a new report published Wednesday by the Coalition for the Homeless, with the news coming just in time to highlight the fate of the City's many families ahead of the holiday season.