A fast-growing multi-site New Jersey megachurch is expecting more than 6,000 people to attend its Easter egg hunt events on Saturday and Sunday, which will be the state's largest easter egg hunt with over 100,000 hidden eggs.
Liquid Church, a congregation with four campuses in Morristown, Mountainside, New Brunswick and Nutley, is hosting 14 different Jersey Egg Hunt experiences planned in those locations for the frist time.
"We're excited to share one of our core values — which is that church is fun — with families across New Jersey," Kenny Jahng, spokesman for Liquid Church, told The Christian Post on Thursday. "We hope those that are new to faith or haven't been to church in a while will find a message of hope and find it refreshing." more >>
More than a dozen parents have told headteachers of two London secondary schools that they fear their children have been radicalized and could flee the country to join the Islamic State or other terror groups in the Middle East.
The two headteachers told Nazir Afzal, who was the chief crown prosecutor for northwest England until Tuesday, that some teenagers might be planning to join the Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL, as the schools break for Easter, according to The Independent.
"Both [headteachers] said they were scared of the Easter break and would be very relieved if all their pupils came back after the holidays," Afzal was quoted as saying. more >>
This selfless woman prepares for Easter all year long, every year. Filling hundreds of baskets with goodies and love for all children in need. Every single Easter this woman does something that will warm your heart.
Lee Hardy makes Easter baskets full of treats and love. Dedicating each and every day to helping others and putting a SMILE on their faces. Lee does this for all the kids who may not have an Easter basket without her. This is a beautiful time for giving and sharing the LOVE of the Lord. God bless her and every one of the kids in the video.
A video like this is a great inspiration during the Easter holiday. Be sure to share God's love on Easter! more >>
British Prime Minister David Cameron has written an Easter Message where he said that even though he can't call himself a "model church-going, God-fearing Christian," he relies strongly on his faith, and believes that Christianity is "the bedrock of a good society."
Some, such as Madeleine Teahan, the associate editor of the Catholic Herald, have said that the message is an attempt to "woo Christians" ahead of the general elections.
Cameron wrote in an article for Premier Christianity that all people can celebrate the values of Easter, which he identified as "compassion, forgiveness, kindness, hard work and responsibility." more >>
Have you ever heard of Theudas? How about Judas of Galilee? They were would-be messiahs in the first century. How many followers do these men have today? Zero, zip, nada.
Of course, we've all heard of Jesus Christ. One-third of humanity professes to believe in Him. But I guarantee you we would never have heard of Him had He not risen from the dead.
Whoever you are, whatever you believe, you have a vested interest in looking into the issue of Jesus' resurrection from the dead. There are millions today who simply dismiss the message of Christianity out of hand and don't realize the eternal peril they are in by doing so. more >>
"How do you respond to people in your church who have an unanswered prayer and are bearing a burden God has chosen not to remove?"
This question was posed at a recent gathering of Christian leaders who had come together to hear insights on how to effectively engage modern culture and become agents of change in a hurting world.
The question itself was raised in the context of how churches should navigate the issue of same-sex attraction. "Every single gay Christian has an enormous unanswered prayer," the speaker suggested. "They prayed for God to change them, and God didn't answer their prayer. So my question for you is, what do you do for people in your church who have an unanswered prayer?" more >>