Michelle A. Vu
The 22,000 students that attended the Passion 2011 conference were the most generous in the history of the event.
The four-day Passion conference ended Tuesday with a final call for students to make the name of Jesus famous.
Iraq jumped nine spots higher on this year’s World Watch List that ranks countries based on persecution of Christians.
Preacher and prolific writer John Piper asked a profound question Monday evening: Do you feel more loved by God because He makes much of you or because He enables you to make much of Him?
Attendees of the Passion conference on Sunday heard about a family that survived the Haiti earthquake that destroyed their home and killed two family members. What the crowd did not expect was to see them walk out on stage.
Bestselling author and pastor Francis Chan shared details of his time in Asia on Sunday to 22,000 students at the Passion conference.
Popular speaker and author Beth Moore said she wished someone had told her when she was younger about the importance of controlling one's mind.
People want to be here. That’s the sense you get when you come to the Passion 2011 conference that opened Saturday, New Year’s Day, with 22,000 students.
More than 27,000 young adults from 50 countries are attending a four-day conference at the International House of Prayer in Kansas City. Mike Bickle, founder and director of IHOP-KC, spoke about a supernatural encounter where Jesus told him, "You are saved, but your life was wasted."
Just a month after reaching the milestone of 10 million downloads, the YouVersion Bible app has set another record – 1 million installs within a mere 11 days.Tags Youth
Too often people wish each other “Merry Christmas” but do not stop to think what there is to be merry about. Christmas is merry because a child was born that would show us true love, said a Florida megachurch pastor during the Christmas Eve service.
A San Diego megachurch known for its service to the community will give out 10,000 toys and 60,000 pounds of food to “unfortunate” families in the area this Saturday.
The Kim Jong-il regime thought it broke Robert Park, the Korean-American who illegally entered North Korea last Christmas, but it is wrong. In spite of the torture and humiliation he endured, he is back in South Korea speaking out against the regime and he knows the North is observing his every move.
Darrin Patrick talks about the “landmines” in church planting and why church plants are increasing while older churches are closing their doors in America.
About a dozen thrift centers located in the Midwest aim to make a large profit this Christmas season, but not to benefit themselves. The Bibles for Missions Thrift Centers give all their profits to Bible League International