Over the past couple weeks, a rumor has been circulating on social media that NBA star and devout Christian Stephen Curry was rejected by Nike for wanting a Bible verse on a sneaker.
Assorted sites have claimed that the Golden State Warriors point guard was rejected by Nike because he wanted to have Philippians 4:13 written on his sneakers.
"Nike wasn't happy that Curry used a sharpie to write a Bible verse on his shoes. So, he broke that contract and went with a company that was open to his faith," claims the site Conservative Angle. more >>
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz spoke about curing poverty at the National Religious Broadcasters annual meeting.
At the Christian media gathering in Nashville, Tennessee, Senator Cruz took part in a presidential forum on Friday and was asked questions on a wide range of topics.
Conservative writer and anti-poverty activist Star Parker asked about how to deal with growing poverty in America, especially in relation to broken families. more >>
They are known as man's best friend, a constant companion and helper to humanity that serves as protector, family, and all around buddy.
They can also do their part in washing a car. Okay, sort of. In a video posted to Facebook by the Vermont State Police, one canine helped clean a car the funniest way possible.
A fast-moving pooch, you blink and you might not see the many times that furry helper was able to aid his masters in getting the automobile cleaned up and ready. more >>
If you have ever wondered why Jesus said that one had to come to the Kingdom of Heaven as a little child, maybe this video offers an explanation.
In a social experiment conducted by Meir Kay, children were offered a dollar bill and given the option to spend it on ice cream or a nearby beggar.
One can see the kids thinking about it, weighing the options, with most going towards the homeless man to give it to him instead. more >>
A website created to encourage Americans to move to a Canadian island if Donald Trump is elected president, is offering abortion access to entice immigrants.
Known as "Cape Breton If Donald Trump Wins," the site says that Americans who do not want Trump to become president should go ahead and make plans to move to Cape Breton, which is part of Nova Scotia.
"Start now, that way, on election day, you just hop on a bus to start your new life in Cape Breton, where women can get abortions, Muslim people can roam freely, and the only 'walls' are holding up the roofs of our extremely affordable houses," reads the website. more >>
Missions work doesn't always involve traveling abroad, and the inexperienced don't have to have all the answers in order to get started. That's the message that Rev. Dr. Paul Osteen, brother of Lakewood megachurch Pastor Joel Osteen, wants to impart through the Mobilizing Medical Missions Conference.
"We don't have to have all the answers; we just have to do our part," Osteen told to The Christian Post Monday. "There are so many opportunities available locally, and so many opportunities all across the nation, and then so many opportunities globally. So you don't have to go to the interior of Africa to do medical missions."
Doctors, dentists, nurses and other medical professionals interested in medical missions might be surprised to learn that they don't have to leave the U.S. in order to contribute. Osteen says missions workers can donate their time at a local clinic or even help to sort medical equipment to be sent to different locations around the world. more >>