This teenager, Molly Kate Kestner, sends a really powerful and heartfelt message to the people of her generation. Throughout this entire spoken words she is on point going through things we can all relate too. She tells everyone to sit back and think of what matters most and makes a point that Instagram and Facebook likes aren't what life is all about.
Molly makes a very great case and her positive points about the way we should live are pointed towards God. She will have you saying Amen over and over again from start to finish. God taught us to love and in this video she makes a very great point about this.
Watch Molly's incredible spoken word below: more >>
Two new mini-series based on the Ten Commandments are headed to NBC and WGN.
"Damages" creator Todd A. Kessler, helms NBC's television epic, that will also draw inspiration from Kryzstof Kieslowski's 1989 series "Decalogue." It will consist of 10 one-hour episodes that will tell modern stories that illustrate one of the commandments, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
"The Good Wife" writer Todd E. Kessler will tackle the writing for the show which will be executive produced by Steve McPherson. There is no studio attached to the project at this time. more >>
When it comes to crying, it can come very easy to some people. Whether it is because they are happy or sad about something. Most people cry when they are deeply moved by something. We are created by God with the ability to cry when we want to express our emotions.
There are people out there who see tears as a sign of weakness. But in the Bible you read many stories of the strongest people of faith crying out to God when things aren't going well.
Below are 7 Bible verses about crying and tears: more >>
The Rev. Franklin Graham, president and CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Samaritan's Purse, has questioned whether news coming out of the Middle East is a sign of the end times.
First published on billygraham.org last week, Franklin Graham noted the various incidents of persecution facing Christians throughout the world.
"The killing of Christians by Muslims from Indonesia to Bangladesh to Pakistan. China tearing down church buildings," wrote Graham. more >>
Phil Robertson of "Duck Dynasty" opened up about his controversial comments about homosexuality last year, attributing his statements to the Word of God.
Last December, the Robertson family patriarch made waves when discussing the Bible as well as homosexuality with GQ magazine. His comments resulted in a suspension from A&E's "Duck Dynasty" for a period of time. Today, the 68-year-old reality television star is promoting his new book unPHILtered: The Way I See It when he spoke with Us Weekly about his past comments.
"All I did was quote a passage of Scripture from antiquity," Robertson said. "They're mad at me, but I'm really just quoting what God said, so He's the one they have a problem with." more >>
It is possible for us to accept Christ's forgiveness and still deal with past mistakes and struggles. We all have trouble when dealing with regrets because sometimes it may not have been the best decision for our future. But if we don't get over the past we cannot move forward.
However, just because we feel a certain way doesn't mean that it is God who is making us remember our scary past. We have to remember to always move forward and not backwards. It is time for us to walk in faith and not in regret.
Below are a few Bible verses that can help you overcome regret: more >>