This Valentine’s Day, passionate evangelist Jay Lowder is encouraging couples to take the challenge and restore broken relationships.
Ken Ham, founder of the Creation Museum, and a team of contributors defend the Bible against faith critics who claim the Scripture is contradictory in a new book titled Demolishing Supposed Bible Contradictions.1 comments
Wycliffe Associates is launching Bible translation efforts in two new areas, one of which has a Christian minority constituting 0.02 percent of the population.
Former Hillsong worship leader Darlene Zschech and her husband, Mark, were welcomed as the new senior pastors of Hope Unlimited Church this past weekend.
A former gang member turned pastor is seeking to start a nationwide “heart revolution.” Your heart is your most valuable asset, he writes. The course of your life is determined by the condition of your heart.
A YouTube-based ministry is providing “one-minute” answers to some of the trickiest and toughest questions commonly used to test a Christian’s faith.1 comments
“What’s holding you captive?” asks former substance abuser Jud Wilhite, now the senior pastor of a 17,000-member church in Las Vegas.
One year after the 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck close to Haiti’s capital, Port-au-Prince, people are still searching for answers, said a long-time Haiti missionary.
If Southern Sudan were to form its own country as a result of the ongoing referendum, it would only be the start of a long journey to overcoming the poverty and underdevelopment it has suffered since Sudan gained independence from Britain and Egypt more than 50 years ago.
Survivors of the Haiti earthquake that struck the country almost a year ago have witnessed many disaster relief organizations come and go, but the underlying problems that plagued the nation well before the tragedy still remain.
Almost a year has passed since the devastating earthquake hit close to Port-au-Prince, Haiti’s capital, leaving over a million people homeless. It is in this desperate time that a Festival of Hope will be held with Franklin Graham
In a region that is home to nearly half of the world’s poor, missionaries Paul Richardson and his wife, Cynthia, have brought hope and a future, working to provide quality education, shelter and care for a community stricken with abandoned and orphaned children.
Flourishing youth ministry “The Doug and Jon Show” is a virtual playground connecting young people around the world, offering them a place to have a laugh, share thoughts, and open up about life’s difficulties.