The family of Michael Brown reacted to growing speculation that Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson may not be indicted for fatally shooting the unarmed teen.
On Friday The New York Times revealed details about Wilson's first public account of the shooting, which occurred in Ferguson on Aug. 9. He claims that there was a struggle and that he shot 18-year-old Brown in self defense.
Some legal analysts have questioned the timing of the report, which they say suggests there is a strong possibility of no indictment. Brown's family believes that regardless of the grand jury outcome, Wilson will be punished by God for "murdering" the teen. more >>
The Evangelism Study Bible, scheduled for release next week, features thousands of notes, devotions, tips and other features that will help believers overcome fear and guilt and make them confident and joyful witnesses for Christ, publishers said.
By publishing the Study Bible, EvanTell, a ministry that trains and equips Christians to share the Gospel, has "brought a fresh perspective to the essential ingredient for evangelism – God's Word."
"Christians need to be taught how to share the Gospel clearly and how to do so with an accurate and careful handling of Scripture," said EvanTell Founder and CEO Dr. R. Larry Moyer, the general editor and primary contributor to the study material in The Evangelism Study Bible. more >>
Jill Duggar and husband Derick Dillard have revealed that they are having a baby boy come the spring, despite initial thoughts that they were expecting a girl.
"I was really excited," Derick told People. "As a new dad, to have a firstborn son to be our first child and be the leader of his siblings, it is very special."
The couple had a special gender-reveal ultrasound on Saturday, then shared the big news with the rest of the family. more >>
Monica Brown, 33, recently gave 2 million Twitter followers the opportunity to ask her questions in a session titled "#askmo," and the Christian singer used the opportunity to share her faith.
Brown, the mother of three and wife to Miami Heat guard Shannon Brown, has been transparent about facing many obstacles in her life. While her past relationships ended in one previous love interest committing suicide and the reported infidelity of another, the singer knows what it means to endure heartbreak.
When one person asked her about her method for overcoming obstacles, Monica showcased her faith in her simple response. more >>
For Republicans looking to seize control of the Senate come midterm elections next month, Karlyn Bowman, senior fellow at the conservative American Enterprise Institute, says the odds are in their favor as Democrats face an uphill battle mobilizing black voters.
"I'm not in the prediction business," Bowman declared in a clinical tone when asked to sum-up what the election data is showing during an interview with The Christian Post on Monday.
"I just look at how people vote and what that tells me, clearly, they (Democrats) are very vulnerable in terms of that (Senate) contest overall," she continued. more >>
Fashion designer and icon Oscar de la Renta died Monday, Oct. 20 after a battle with cancer; he previously spoke about his Roman Catholic faith being a comfort to him and that the only certainties in life were birth and death.
"Yes, I had cancer," de la Renta said last year. "Right now, I am totally clean. The only realities in life are that you are born, and that you die. We always think we are going to live forever. The dying aspect we will never accept. The one thing about having this kind of warning is how you appreciate every single day of life."
The designer, the only son of seven children born to a couple in the Dominican Republic, made a name for himself with his elaborate yet tasteful designs. He managed to dress several of the first ladies of the United States, including Jacqueline Kennedy, Nancy Reagan, Hillary Clinton, Laura Bush, and Michelle Obama. more >>