Award-winning singer Natalie Grant reveals in her new book, Finding Your Voice, that accepting who God made her to be and walking in that freedom instead of trying to be relevant is something she's now addicted to.
While she never thought about writing a book until evangelical publishing company Zondervan approached her with the idea, which she initially declined, after a few days God began to give her a vision of what He wanted her to write about, which led to Finding Your Voice. Grant said she wrote the book to help others "find their God-given voice" in a world that's filled with noise and compromise.
The Seattle, Washington, native said many people have mistaken the book for being about singing or the music industry, but it's actually about finding one's own voice and purpose. more >>
A member of Donald Trump's evangelical advisory council is explaining why he will no longer participate, having described the Republican nominee as "lecherous" and "worthless" in light of the lewd comments Trump made that surfaced Oct 7.
Unimpressed with Donald Trump's video apology that his campaign released Friday, Pastor James MacDonald of Harvest Bible Church emailed members of the council contending that Trump's 2005 remarks should not be dismissed as simply locker room talk. Until Trump demonstrated a true repentance he would refrain from participating in any advisory role, he said.
RICHMOND, Va. — Thousands of Christians converged on Virginia's capitol grounds Wednesday to pray for the nation at a rally held by the Rev. Franklin Graham and to declare that they will be voting for biblical principles in the upcoming Nov. 8 election.
According to organizers, approximately 8,200 people crowded the steep hill of the capitol grounds, singing and joining hands in prayer, as Graham held the second-to-last stop on his nationwide Decision America Tour.
In an interview with The Christian Post, Graham expressed amazement at the turnout for the hour-long rally, saying the numbers of attendees was "just incredible" and impressive "to have this many people come out here in the middle of a work day to pray." more >>
When his wife unexpectedly converted to Christianity, former atheist Lee Strobel said her decision left the couple teetering on divorce. A demonstration of Christ's love, however, would tip the scales.
In a recent interview with The Christian Post, Strobel says that he began referring to himself as an atheist during his teenager years, and after he had married his wife, Leslie, he loathed her subsequent conversion to Christianity.
In his newly revised New York Times bestseller The Case For Christ, Strobel says his wife's conversion felt like a bait-and-switch scam. more >>
Republican Vice Presidential nominee Mike Pence told thousands of Liberty University students that the United States is at a "testing point," urging them not to sit out this election.
"Nowhere in the Bible does it teach that we are to sit on the sidelines of history and this is no time for people of faith to sit on the sidelines," Pence told the crowd of approximately 15,000 students and guests gathered at the Vines Center on campus for Wednesday's convocation.
Noting in his 45-minute speech that he joined Donald Trump's campaign "in a heartbeat" when he was asked, Pence said the choice before Americans in the upcoming presidential election couldn't be more stark. more >>
American cosmetics brand CoverGirl has chosen its first-ever male model as its official ambassador, in the face of 17-year-old YouTube star and New York-based makeup artist James Charles.
Yahoo Beauty reports that Charles, who hails from Bethlehem, N.Y., is a high school senior with over 428,000 Instagram followers, and is active on several social media platforms, such as YouTube, where he posts instructional videos on beauty styles and products.
"I am so thankful and excited and cannot wait to show you all what we have in store," Charles wrote on Instagram, announcing that he will appear in ads for CoverGirl's new product So Lashy! by blastPRO Mascara. more >>