Rapper Lecrae warns fans about two major problems people face when they're on a spiritual high, which he describes in detail in his new book, Unashamed.
The Reach Records founder and Academy Award winner took to Facebook on Tuesday to share an excerpt from Unashamed, which is set to release on May 3. In the snippet the rapper describes his initial reaction to getting saved and what he has since learned from his behavior:
I had finally been set free, but I was about to find out if I could live free. A person can be removed from slavery in an instant, but it takes a lifetime for slavery to be removed from a person. more >>
Popular rockstar Bono and retired Presbyterian Pastor Eugene Peterson have teamed up to release a new documentary about the two men's unlikely relationship and a conversation they had on the book of Psalms.
Bono, the frontman for the legendary rock band U2, and Peterson, the author of The Message: The Bible in Contemporary Language, released the 20-minute documentary titled "Bono and Eugene Peterson: The Psalms" on Tuesday. The documentary was released through the California-based Fuller Theological Seminary's new media venture "Fuller Studio."
The video starts off by showing a 2002 video of the Ireland-born Bono, who often quotes passages from The Message during concerts, thanking Peterson, on behalf of himself and other U2 band members, for the translation work that he has done. more >>
Christian author and speaker Joyce Meyer has revealed further details about the sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of her father growing up, sharing that she was raped at least 200 times.
In an interview posted on her website Monday, Meyer admitted that some of the things her father did were too crude to publicly talk about, but said she is sharing her testimony in order to inspire others and give them hope that recovery and healing through God is possible.
Although Meyer has talked about the sexual abuse she suffered as a child numerous times in the past, in the latest interview she said using the term "sexual abuse" is not enough anymore, and the real truth is that her father raped her. more >>
He has the kind of impact that makes presidential candidates like Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump take notice. Now, Brooklyn, New York megachurch pastor A.R. Bernard wants to use his influence and knowledge to help men and women foster better romantic relationships.
In his new book Four Things Women Want From a Man, A.R. Bernard is pulling out all of the stops to share knowledge that he has acquired from over three decades of counseling couples. By focusing on maturity, decisiveness, consistency and strength, Bernard may have unearthed keys to improving marriages, the dating world and self worth in the lives of singles.
However, the concepts in his latest work did not form overnight. The preacher, who has been traveling to speak at conferences since 1989, recalled one meeting where he told attendees about a secret concerning what women want. more >>
The next chapter of the manga series "One Piece" is coming in a few days, and fan forums are already abuzz with rumors and predictions about what will happen in the next chapter. The previous chapters of the series showed what looked like the destruction of the Revolutionary Army after its battle with the Blackbeard Pirates.
One prediction according to a report in BreatheCast is that the Army's destruction was staged and was in fact a collision between the Dragon and Blackbeard. They did this so that the World Government will no longer go after them, thinking that both groups were annihilated. According to BitBag, the chapter may also feature a flashback which reveals what Dragon's plan was and why he decided to burn down his base.
Another prediction related to the first is one that says that the leader of Army, Dragon, will be making an appearance in the next chapter, according to a report in Ecumenical News. It also said that Dragon may have had a hand in the destruction of Baltigo. more >>
The publisher of the 2008 edition of John Stott's classic Basic Christianity denies accusations that the edition changes the meaning of the noted evangelist's work.
Recently, author Barton Swaim wrote an essay accusing William B. Eerdmans publishing company of making troubling alterations to Basic Christianity.
This critique included the charge that the 2008 edition changed Stott's original description of atonement in the Christian faith. more >>