ANAHEIM, Calif. – An over-capacity crowd of 47,000 at Angel Stadium joined performers Chris Tomlin, Crystal Lewis, and for King and Country in what often seemed like the biggest Christian music sing-along ever during the closing night of the 3-day SoCal Harvest with Greg Laurie.
"People are so hungry. That's what I've loved about this crusade, is that people are so hungry to worship God, and not just checking it out but they are really engaged," worship singer and songwriter Chris Tomlin told The Christian Post shortly before taking the massive stage that was set up on the infield.
As performances from some of the top-rated Christian song artists began, Laurie made an announcement through social media, "Fire Marshall just closed doors. We are FULL!" and gave the website address, TV and radio stations where those unable to attend in person could watch and listen. more >>
Money and greed are mentioned many times throughout the Bible. Jesus speaks on this issue a majority of the time, along with the Kingdom of God. It is very important that greed does not become a part of our lives as believers.
It is said from time to time throughout the Bible, that those who practice greed each and every day will not be accepted into Heaven. This speaks to those directly who make these sins a lifestyle.
Below are 5 Bible verses that speak about greed: more >>
American Sign Language interpreter Tina Cleveland and her fiancé Paul Sirimarco were riding in the car together when they decided to have some fun. While on the road, Tina put on a classic song from the hit movie "Grease."
The song she played is "You're The One That I Want." Instead of just singing the song back and forth to one another, they add a surprising twist. They use sign language to sing to each other!
Check out this awesome video below: more >>
Jill Duggar and husband Derick Dillard are celebrating their one-year "Skypivesary," which is when they had their first Skype session.
"Celebrating our 'Skypiversary.' One year ago today my husband and I Skyped for the first time!" Duggar captioned the new photo on Instagram.
She and Dillard began courting in August 2013 and had to rely on technology for their "dates," as Dillard was serving as a missionary in Nepal at the time. The Duggar and Dillard families are both Christian and follow very traditional rules of courtship. Jill and Derick were set up by her father, Jim Bob, who later took her to Nepal to formally "meet." By then, things were pretty much settled between them. more >>
The couple who inspired "The Vow" are still together after surviving an unthinkable ordeal; and last week they spoke in a new segment on Oprah's "Where Are They Now?" about their marriage and in particular how they were rewarded for remaining faithful.
"Little things that happen in life just aren't as big as what I think they used to be or what they would have been prior to our car accident," Krickitt Carpenter said during the appearance on 'Where Are They Now?' last week.
"I have a different perspective on life. Krickitt is nearly back to her old self," Kim told Oprah, 20 years after the accident. more >>
It is very easy to go back into time and relive moments that we aren't proud of. This is one of the biggest ways that Satan tries to get us -- by making us feel regret. Regret can be a very difficult thing to deal with, especially if this moment has changed our lives negatively.
The Bible has several different verses that help combat regret. There is no better place to look when you are in need than the word of God.
Below are 7 Bible verses that can help you with the struggle of regret: more >>