When Jesus Christ returns to Earth, everyone will know when it happens and not just a select few, according to the Rev. Billy Graham.
In a question-and-answer column published by the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association on Saturday, the 97-year-old evangelical preacher was asked by a person about an event happening in their city that was headed by a cult leader.
"Recently a so-called 'spiritual guru' whose followers say he is divine came to our city for a lecture. I've heard that Jesus is going to return to Earth someday. Could this person be Jesus?" the person asked. more >>
George R. R. Martin is active again online but he remains elusive about the progress of "The Winds of Winter" (TWOW), the sixth novel of the epic fantasy series "A Song of Ice and Fire" (ASOIAF). The "Game of Thrones" author recently talked about the Emmys, the NFL regular season and the US immigrants.
GOT & The Emmys
On the latest post of his online journal, GRRM expressed his happiness and gratitude after HBO's GOT raked nine trophies at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards. The critically acclaimed television series is an adaptation of the author's ASOIAF novels. He also serves as the executive producer of the show. more >>
Most of the world won't get to read Tim Tebow's second book until it debuts next month, but some well known Christian pastors are already singing its praises.
Ahead of the release of Tebow's book, Shaken Discovering Your True Identity in the Midst of Life's Storms, pastors and New York Times best-selling authors Mark Batterson and Judah Smith are already giving it high marks.
"Shaken shows us a side of Tim Tebow that we've never gotten to see before," Batterson, author of The Circle Maker who heads National Community Church in Washington, D.C., said in remarks about the book. "Tim comes alongside his reader and says, 'I've been there too,' and proceeds to show us how God is faithful even when our entire lives feel shaken to the core." more >>
After wowing the world with her historic Olympic performance in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, Simone Biles is preparing to release her memoir this fall.
Biles, the 19-year-old gymnast who won four gold medals and one bronze at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, will release her book on Nov. 15, and hopes it will inspire readers to pursue their dreams.
"I want people to reach for their dreams. If you're willing to put in a lot of work, and if you're focused and determined, you can go really far," Biles said in a statement shared with The Christian Post. "There so many people who have inspired me with their love and encouragement along the way — and I want to pass on that inspiration to readers." more >>
George R. R. Martin's "The Winds of Winter" (TWOW) will not hit bookshelves on March 9, 2017. The publishers of the bestselling author belied the leaked release date that circulated around the internet early this week.
No Final Publication Date
Penguin Random House (PRH), Martin's publisher in the United States, clarified to EW that no release date has been announced for the sixth novel of "A Song of Ice and Fire" (ASOIAF) series. The company emphasized that all on-sale dates currently listed online for the highly anticipated book are not true. more >>
Grammy Award-winning artist Chris Tomlin is set to release a children's picture book named after his hit song "Good Good Father" in hopes of pointing children to their Heavenly Father.
The book goes on sale Oct. 4, prior to Tomlin's new album that features his single of the same name and the K-LOVE Song of the Year, "Good Good Father."
The book was written by Pat Barrett and Tomlin and is the worship leader's first book for children. more >>