Despite the recent cancellation of their hit reality TV series "19 Kids and Counting," former TLC stars Jill and Derrick Dillard continue to share the Gospel throughout Central America.
The Dillards, who launched their ministry work in El Salvador last month, have shared that many who've given their lives to Jesus Christ were former gang members partly responsible for the country's increasing violent crime rate.
The newlyweds are reported to have set up their ministry in a tiny Christian retreat called La Esperanza, which is located in the South Central La Paz region of El Salvador, although they have not publicly confirmed this. more >>
When James came back from deployment he was feeling all the effects of PTSD. Many soldiers who come back from war and see all the dramatic scenes, they are usually never the same. James was feeling hopeless, lost, and ready to die. But a friend named Mary saw a post on social media and felt like she needed to be his light.
Around the time when he was about to commit suicide, his phone rang. It was Mary, who was also a former veteran, who is diagnosed with Cancer and also lost both her arms. She explained to him how precious it is to have your life, even when everything isn't as perfect as it should be. By her reaching out, it really touched his heart and gave him a completely different outlook on life. She saved his life and also stayed connected to him even after they spoke, becoming good friends.
In this video you get to see them meet for the first time and James even rewards her with a medal for her courageous act of kindness. Grab your tissues for this one! more >>
Christian missiologist and LifeWay Research President Ed Stetzer will be joining BreakPoint, co-hosting a program that will broadcast on more than 400 stations nationwide.
Stetzer posted a statement online Monday to announce that he will co-host the program "BreakPoint This Week" alongside John Stonestreet, who is now the president of the Colson Center, beginning the weekend of Sept. 12-13.
The Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview annoounced that Stetzer and Stonestreet's weekend program will "address critical contemporary concerns" while expounding on the latest news of the week. more >>
Saddleback Church pastor Rick Warren, who wrote one the most translated books in the world after the Bible, has announced the title of his long-awaited third book, which will focus on the Lord's Prayer and how Christians can apply it into their lives.
The Hope You Need, as his new book is titled, will draw inspiration and closely analyze the Lord's Prayer, which is one of the most widely known Christian prayers in the world.
"[The Lord's Prayer] gives us 10 pictures of God, it gives us 10 reasons for hope, it gives us 10 promises to build our lives on, and it gives us 10 steps for renewing our lives and growing," the pastor explained. more >>
Roman Catholics and Protestants in the Chinese province of Zhejiang have launched a campaign aimed at making crosses and carrying them everywhere in response to the Communist government's continued crackdown on churches.
Asia News reported on Tuesday that the campaign, seeking to protest against the government in a legal and peaceful manner, has been met with great success.
Chinese Christians have been posting pictures on social media of crosses erected at their homes, while priests have called on churches across the nation to "join the rally" and show the government that Christians are united in protecting the holy symbol of the cross. more >>
Join Pope Francis in laughter as he struggles to keep his cap on and mantle down in the blustery winds of St. Peter's square during mass and greeting the faithful in Italy and Brazil. Enjoy these hilarious moments captured in photos.
Pontificating in the wind: