"The greatest gift you could give me is more time."
The statement was made half jokingly by a pastor. Of course, he didn't think I could create days with more than 24-hours. But he was busy, overcommitted, and worn out.
He is not alone. more >>
Thousands of people came together this weekend to celebrate the 240th year of America's Independence at Fellowship Church's "Freedom Experience" in Grapevine, Texas.
Every year Pastor Ed Young Jr.'s Fellowship Church hosts a series of events to celebrate the July 4th holiday and to honor fallen soldiers and their families' sacrifice.
"Our church has a deep appreciation for our nation, the freedom we have, and all those who fight to provide it," church spokesman Andy Boyd told The Christian Post on Tuesday. more >>
When the word "diet" comes to mind fast food chain Chick-fil-A might not sound like a viable path to weight loss success. But one Texas man says the chicken chain has been pivotal to his 140-pound weight loss.
By the age of 18, Alton Ward had tried many fad diets with no success. "I tried all the diets," he said, according to local news station ABC10. "Jenny Craig, Atkins, no carbs ... juice diets, the lose-10-pounds-in-five-days, all the different things, and none of it worked for me."
Weighing more than 350 pounds before heading off to college at Texas A&M University, the teenager knew he was at risk for a major health crisis if he didn't act soon. more >>
The upcoming live action film "Jesus VR" is set to bring the story of Jesus Christ to all major virtual reality platforms just in time for Christmas.
According to Variety, the 90-minute film, created by Autumn Productions and VR production company VRWERX, will depict the birth, baptism, sermon on the mount, the last supper, crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Bassist Jason Weaver of the award-winning band Big Daddy Weave had both of his feet amputated after suffering from a life threatening infection last month, and now his brother and lead singer of the band, Mike Weaver, is sharing the band's reaction to the news and how they are keeping the faith as they gear up for the future.
"To say that we're not sort of shell-shocked, I think would be wrong," Weaver told The Christian Post in an exclusive interview. "But we also know where our hope is and our hope is not in a set of circumstances, our hope is in a person — it's Jesus Christ, He's our hope. The Spirit of God, we look to Him for leadership. How do we deal with this? Our peace and our rest comes from Him, but it's definitely been ... tumultuous is a word that comes to mind."
Although this has proven to be a very difficult time for the Weaver family. Mike tells CP that Jason has not lost his hope in Jesus. more >>
God created you and your spouse for a unique purpose. But, how do we discover that purpose? Are there clues? Is there a way to test whether we are on the right track or not?
Though our marriage purpose is as unique as God is creative, there are three universal truths necessary for every marriage purpose. more >>