Harvest Christian Fellowship Senior Pastor Greg Laurie has advised a Christian woman married to a non-believer that she shouldn't be trying to convert her husband through all-day sermons, but should instead show him what a real Christian life is like through love.
Laurie took to a Facebook video on Tuesday to answer the question: "I'm married to a non-believer. Can you give me any advice on how to handle him?"
The megachurch pastor admitted that the woman has her work cut out for her, as such marriages are "not an easy thing." more >>
Sadie Robertson is revealing why she still plans to vote for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in the midst of sexual misconduct allegations being brought against him.
Earlier this month, a 2005 video footage of Trump saying that his fame allowed him to behave in what can be characterized as sexual assult toward women and "do anything," surfaced. After the video, first posted by The Washington Post, a dozen women stepped forward to bring sexual misconduct allegations against the presidential hopeful.
Still Robertson, the 19-year-old "Duck Dynasty" star who is currently spearheading a nationwide motivational conference called the "Live Original" tour, spoke to AI.com about her decision to vote for Trump despite the growing scandal surrounding him. more >>
Choosing the future president of the United States of America is not the only decision voters across the nation will find themselves voting on come November 8.
Marijuana legalization, doctor assisted suicide, and repealing a constitutional measure that prohibits state funding of religious endeavors are on state ballots across the nation.
Less than two weeks away from the presidential election, these and over 150 other initiatives and proposals will be on the ballot in various states come the second Tuesday of November. more >>
A Seventh-day Adventist lay minister who says he was fired by Georgia's Department of Public Health after officials were assigned to watch and review the content of his sermons, says he will not comply with the state's request that he hand over his sermons for review by state attorneys.
As previously reported, Dr. Eric Walsh, a leading health expert who was appointed to President Obama's Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDs, was hired by the state agency in early May 2014 and was scheduled to begin working in June 2016.
However, when officials at the DPH learned that Walsh's conservative views on marriage had been met with protests from LGBT activists when he was selected as a commencement speaker at Pasadena City College, the agency decided to launch an investigation into Walsh's preaching and a week later, DPH asked Walsh to submit copies of his sermons. more >>
Rumors are circulating online that Minecraft has an official "sex mod," which is raising concerns among many parents whose children play the popular computer game.
In an article published last week by the website parent.co, one concerned mother claimed that Mojang, the company behind Minecraft, has added a sex mod to the game.
"Did your brain explode? Because when I found out that this was a thing, not only did my brain explode, but my heart did as well," wrote the mother. more >>
A diocese that broke away from The Episcopal Church over theological differences and purported mistreatment of its bishop has been waiting more than a year for a decision regarding the lawsuit over who rightfully owns approximately $500 million in church properties.
In September 2015, the South Carolina Supreme Court heard oral arguments between the Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina and parties representing The Episcopal Church and its loyal members, known as the Episcopal Church in South Carolina.
As of Wednesday, the highest state court has still not released a decision as to which party rightly owns the dozens of church buildings as well as the trademarked diocesan name and seal. more >>