Texas homemaker-turned-lay minister and author Jennifer Wilder Morgan is sharing about her own supernatural experiences with angels in Come to The Garden, adding to the list of recent Christian-inspired movies and books such as "Heaven Is For Real" and "Miracles From Heaven."
In her new book Come to The Garden, Morgan acknowledges how sharing divine encounters can draw people closer to God. The new release also comes with an audio version narrated by Today Show Host and Emmy Award-winner Kathie Lee Gifford.
Inspired by her ministry at Methodist Hospital in Houston, Morgan felt called by God right before her 50th birthday to write about how He has been speaking to her throughout her life, mostly through dreams and divine encounters with heavenly beings. more >>
George R.R. Martin will be working on "The Winds of Winter" without distractions.
After finding out earlier this year that "The Winds of Winter," the sixth installment in George R.R. Martin's best-selling "A Song of Ice and Fire" (ASOIAF) series of novels, would not be published prior to the sixth season premiere of HBO's "Game of Thrones," fans of both "Thrones" and ASOIAF were understandably dismayed. But a recent comment from the author himself has given them a glimmer of hope.
On Feb. 16, in response to a comment in one of Martin's recent posts on his official online journal, Not a Blog, the author revealed that he will be working solely on "Winds of Winter" until it is finished. Until then, he has put aside other projects. more >>
A theologian who frequently reviews biblically-themed and Christian films believes that the sequel to the surprise hit "God's Not Dead" is realistic but probably not for skeptics.
Professor Darrell Bock, executive director for Cultural Engagement at DTS' Hendricks Center, is part of a panel discussing current Christian films at Proclaim 16, the NRB International Christian Media Convention.
In comments given to The Christian Post, Bock said that "God's Not Dead 2: He's Surely Alive" deals with "quite real" issues in its plot and is very "direct" in its message. more >>
Few authors have impacted the American literary and public consciousness as much as Harper Lee and her widely read and acclaimed novel, To Kill A Mockingbird.
Published over a half century ago, it continues to be widely read and sends powerful messages to American society regarding race, morality, and conscience.
With Lee's recent passing at the age of 89, many are recalling the many great statements and declarations that she put to paper. more >>
When it comes to her relationship with Pastor Judah Smith of The City Church in Seattle, Washington, Chelsea Smith admits that "marriage is hard," but says having a foundation in Jesus helps make it work.
Chelsea made the admission in a conversation with Maria Shriver in an episode of "Architects of Change Live" while discussing the new children's book she wrote along with her husband, titled "I Will Follow Jesus Bible Storybook."
"Anybody who's in the room who has been married for more than 10 minutes knows that marriage is hard and I think one of the toughest things about marriage is realizing that I've committed my life to somebody who is going to let me down, and what will I do when this man lets me down?" said Chelsea, after Shriver asked the couple how fundamental their relationship with Jesus is in relation to the success of their marriage. more >>
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II reflects on Jesus' central role in her life in a new book ahead of her 90th birthday, calling Christ "the King she serves" in the title.
"I have been — and remain — very grateful to you for your prayers and to God for his steadfast love," the British monarch writes in the foreword to The Servant Queen and the King She Serves, which is to be released in April.
"I have indeed seen His faithfulness," she adds. more >>