Kirk Cameron is calling for a revival with film "Revive Us" and says people need to come together and pray to help change the course of the country because "America is in serious trouble."
"Revive Us" comes to select cinemas nationwide for a live event today, October 18, and will be rebroadcasted on Monday, October 24. In a new promotional video for the movie, Cameron says, "America is in serious trouble."
"I'm calling a national family meeting. As I visit churches all across the country, moms tell me they're concerned about their children's future. Dads tell me they know something's broken and that the nation is on the wrong track. But they all ask what can we do?" Cameron says in the video. more >>
Popular Christian entertainer Carman Licciardello, mononymously known as Carman, recently overcame an intense battle with cancer and is now spreading his testimony with others battling the disease by launching "Night of Victory" campaign.
The popular evangelist took to Facebook with a photo of himself backstage posing with fans who are battling cancer and revealed that he's launching the new campaign to help raise money. The money will be used to perform full-production concerts free for all the cancer patients, their families, the nurses, doctors and all people in need of a miracle.
"3 years ago I was diagnosed with incurable cancer and given a short time to live. With God's grace, coupled with your prayers and support I won my war and today I'm 100 % cancer free. But the pictures you see are those in the thick of their battle. My campaign on Gofundme is simply called 'A Night of Victory.' Backstage after every concert I personally give a special Prayer Bear to those in cancer treatment right now. Showing them, like it says on the Bears 'Somebody's praying for me' Our concerts and tours have an added dimension of hope and healing that we've never had before. But I need your donations and support to keep going. People come to these concerts with their faith held high, believing for a miraculous touch from God. And they aren't disappointed. Please open your heart right now to help me bring this 'Night of Victory' to these precious people who need this event. Watch these precious souls on this Facebook site and see how we are building prayer chains for folks just like you, who need encouragement," he posted. more >>
First-century Jewish tradition labeled women as unreliable sources of information. Scripture, however, chronicled how Mary Magdalene and "The Other Mary" discovered Christ's empty tomb and spread news of His Resurrection.
Although the involvement of the women may have jeopardized belief in the news of Christ's Resurrection, Scripture recorded their participation — despite the negative stereotypes of the time — further proving that the Gospels remained true to what actually transpired — even if going against long-held traditions.
In his newly revised New York Times best-selling book The Case for Christ: A Journalist's Personal Investigation of the Evidence for Jesus, Christian apologist Lee Strobel says that the millenniums-old account of the Resurrection of Christ is further bolstered by the fact that the Gospel writers were committed to accuracy in recording strictly what occurred regarding the Resurrection — even if the details they recorded hurt their story. more >>
Jesus still appears to people in their dreams, even to those who reject the Gospel, according to Christian apologist Barry Leventhal.
Leventhal, professor of church missions and ministries and director of the graduate school of ministry program at Southern Evangelical Seminary, told those gathered at SES' 23rd annual National Conference on Christian apologetics in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Friday that Jesus even appeared to people during the Holocaust.
As an example, Leventhal shared the testimony of a Jewish man named Joseph who during the Holocaust was forced to work in a Nazi labor camp. more >>
If God is as loving as people say, why does He condemn people who don't keep His statutes? Why are nonbelievers banished to spend eternity in Hell? These questions are pondered by many, but Christian apologist Lee Strobel says God doesn't send people to Hell — they send themselves.
Strobel tackles these and other questions in detail in his recently updated New York Times best-seller The Case For Christ: A Journalist's Personal Investigation of the Evidence for Jesus.
"Jesus teaches more about Hell than anyone in the entire Bible," Strobel writes. "Doesn't that contradict His supposed gentle and compassionate character?" more >>
Popular HGTV "Fixer Upper" hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines will share their testimonies about faith, marriage and obedience to God in their "I Am Second" film debut that will be released next week.
For their "I Am Second" film, Chip and Joanna will be featured separately before coming together side-by-side to talk about their marriage. The owners of the Magnolia Market in Waco, Texas, have used their expertise in design and renovation to reflect their Christian faith. But now fans will have the opportunity to learn even more about their values. more >>