Perhaps one of the most beautiful Christmas carols if not songs ever written, "O Holy Night" is a powerful musical celebration of Jesus' birth.
Such a powerful song gets an excellent rendition courtesy of Grammy-nominated and Dove Award-winning singer Kari Jobe.
In a video posted to YouTube back in 2013 but still germane to this year's Christmas season, Jobe powerfully sings the classic manger-centered song at the K-Love Music City Christmas event. more >>
A photo of a little boy praying with Santa Claus at a shopping mall has gone viral, spreading the word about the needs of a sick baby.
Unlike most little kids who get to sit on Santa's lap, 4-year-old Prestyn Barnette asked Jolly Old St. Nick to pray with him on behalf of a baby on life support.
This touching scene of Santa and Prestyn praying took place at the Dutch Square Mall in Columbia, South Carolina. more >>
A firearms expert with a gun range based in California is offering free firearms training courses for churches to help them deal with an apparent rise in violence.
Geof Peabody of Placerville has been teaching the course for years, but in recent weeks attention and demand for his course in church security has been on the rise.
In an interview with The Christian Post, Peabody explained that he believed "church violence has been on the rise for decades" and that when it comes to armed security, "it's time for ministers to get their head out of the sand." more >>
A high school football coach suspended by a Washington State school district for praying on public property before and after games has filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Coach Joe Kennedy filed the EEOC complaint against Bremerton School District charging them with religious discrimination for refusing to let him pray on the football field after games.
"BSD violated my rights to free exercise of religion and free speech by prohibiting my private religious expression and taking adverse employment action against me on the basis of my religion," stated Kennedy in the complaint. more >>
Across the country, legions of young football players long to make it to the big time, to get that super-huge multimillion dollar contract with the NFL.
Jason Brown did just that. In 2009, Brown got a $37 million contract to play with the St. Louis Rams. But then one day he decided to walk away from it.
The reason? Brown decided that he was meant for something greater, specifically to be a farmer whose products feed the needy. more >>
Seems like comic book movies are constantly trying to push new borders on content and storylines. The latest film in the X-Men franchise might be pushing it on religion.
In a trailer released earlier this month by 20th Century Fox, the 2016 film "X-Men: Apocalypse" finds the group of superpower-laden heroes battling an ancient villain named Apocalypse.
"I've been called many things over many lifetimes," says Apocalypse, who lists Yahweh alongside the Egyptian god Ra and the Hindu god Krishna as the names he's been called. more >>