When doctors told Jeremiah and Audrey Johnston they couldn't conceive, the couple held on to their faith and trusted that God would have the final say.
After several years of prayer and one cycle of in vitro fertilization, the Johnstons are now the parents of five children. Earlier this month, Audrey gave birth to triplet boys, and this year they also celebrated the 7th birthday of their daughter, Audrey, and 4th birthday of son, Justin.
As the new craze of "Pokémon Go" is leading thousands of Pokémon chasers to churches throughout the country, some pastors are ready to use the opportunity "for good" while others want to keep the phenomenon off their church property.
Pokémon Go, a new augmented mobile reality game released last week that uses phone GPS systems to allow users to roam their communities in search of virtual Pokémon characters, has seemingly taken over the country and has already been downloaded more than 7.5 million times in in the Google Play and iOS Apps Store.
But as the game uses many different community hotspots as locations where users can collect and battle their Pokémon, many churches and other religious institutions across the nation have been picked to serve as gyms and PokéStops, where people can collect digital items that allow them to catch Pokémons. more >>
The family of Christian country singer Craig Morgan is locked in grief after his son, Jerry Greer, was discovered dead after a boating accident in Tennessee over the weekend.
Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency confirmed in a report in The Tennessean that Greer's body was recovered from the Kentucky Lake Monday after a frantic search.
Humphreys County Sheriff Chris Davis told the publication that witnesses saw two teenagers tubing on the Tennessee River near Kentucky Lake on Sunday when they fell into the water. Greer, 19, who was wearing a life jacket, never resurfaced. more >>
American singer and songwriter John Legend is undeniably one of the most-talked about new dads this year. The "All of Me" hitmaker and his wife Chrissy Teigen faced various parenting criticisms since their daughter, Luna Simone Stephens or Baby Lulu, arrived in April.
Despite facing some disapprovals about his parenting style, John Legend continues to show to the world, through his Instagram account, that he is lovingly embracing his new role as a dad to his 3-month-old daughter. Recently, he shared an adorable Instagram photo of him cuddling Baby Lulu while spending a vacation with Chrissy Teigen in Italy.
John Legend is apparently enjoying his time as a new dad. Looking back, there are several helpful life lessons that new dads can learn from the "All of Me" singer. These are as follows: more >>
The newly released film "Caged No More," featuring Kevin Sorbo, targets the world's fastest-growing crime and the film's producer, Lisa Arnold, says Christians must lead the charge in the fight against human trafficking.
Inspired by real life events, "Caged No More" is meant to spread awareness about trafficking victims by telling the story of Aggie Prejean, a godmother on a desperate search to find sisters Skye and Elle, who were kidnapped by their father (Kevin Sorbo).
As the details behind the girls' disappearance begins to unravel, it's discovered their father has taken them overseas to be sold into slavery to settle a drug debt. Prejean enlists the help of the girls' uncle (also played by Sorbo), a well-respected local philanthropist, and his son, Wil (Alan Powell), who's a former special forces soldier, to find and rescue the girls. A global hunt ensues, and the team stops at nothing to ensure the girls are safely returned home. more >>
It's important for people to help support the elderly and the helpless, said evangelist the Rev. Billy Graham.
In an advice column published Friday, Rev. Graham was asked by a person who works at a nursing home why people tend to not visit their elders.
"I've worked in a nursing home for almost 20 years, and the hardest part of my job is watching people dump their relatives here and then never come back to visit them. Why are people so insensitive? Even if someone has dementia they still deserve our love, don't they?" inquired the person. more >>