Thousands of campaign volunteers, as well as several buildings including a high school gymnasium and a Pentecostal church, have been incinerated after "Feeling the Bern."
In what many survivors and eye witnesses can only describe as a vast fireball, the Hillary Clinton campaign suffered severe losses after large numbers of supporters felt the Bern.
While details remain unclear as to how the blaze began, its point of origin appears to have been a Bernie Sanders speech accidentally blared over the loudspeakers at the crowded gym. more >>
Christian musician Tim Timmons has been living with an incurable form of cancer for 14 years but says he wants fans to know that despite his ongoing battle, he has found an unshakable joy.
The singer-songwriter who released his debut album Cast My Cares in 2013 and sophomore album Awake Our Souls in October was first told he would die from cancer five years ago, but has defied the odds.
Since his freshman album the worship leader has been writing songs based on his personal experiences and shares them with audiences on a national platform. The California native says his music is a reflection of God's glory as he finds purpose in living each day to its fullest. more >>
A mother in Mississippi has detailed how her hobby of Bible-journaling led her through a difficult time in her life, adding that she hopes other people may find solace in her artwork as they encounter life's struggles.
MaryEsther Murphy Elam of Starkville, Mississippi, recently shared images of her Bible journaling in a Facebook post, explaining how she would draw colorful, vivid illustrations in the margin of her Bible to pass the time while her son underwent treatment for stage four liver cancer at the age of three.
Elam had started the practice of Bible journaling through her local Bible study, and soon created pages of colorful drawings that included quotes from different Bible verses, as well as illustrations of hope for her son's recovery from cancer. more >>
With a culture saturated by political correctness and relativism, we are inclined to ask if there is any hope for America. If we continue down this slippery slope, there is little hope. Apart from a national spiritual awakening, it will be difficult to turn the Titanic around — the vessel has been struck; what's inside is spilling out. But if God brings revival … if we once again set our hearts and minds on Him … there is tremendous hope.
In churches across America, crowd appeal and pleasing the masses tends to be the goal rather than calling out destructive lifestyles, which can result in revival and renewal. Here are seven things that must occur:
1. Recognize the Desperate Need for Truth more >>
The English alphabet has never been as cute as it is when this little boy goes through the 26 letters with the aid of an adult.
Posted to Facebook by Pam Gables Sapp, the short video has a little boy who has Down Syndrome reciting the letters of the alphabet one at a time.
Meant to promote the work of The Bell Center for Early Intervention Programs, the adorable video shows just how excited the tyke can get, especially when he gets to the letter W. more >>
Angels have been the object of man's fascination since the beginning of time. In an effort to shed some light on these celestial entities, the Rev. Billy Graham offers his thoughts on the supernatural beings that never fail to captivate.
In a Q&A series published in The Kansas City Star last week, Graham expounds upon the mystique, power and purpose of angels.
"Angels are real. Just as real as you and I, " said Graham, explaining that the invisible beings exist in large numbers, as evidenced by Hebrews 12: 22 (KJV): "But ye are come unto mount Sion, and unto the city of the living God, the heavenly Jerusalem, and to an innumerable company of angels." more >>