A sneak peek at the upcoming episode of "A.D. – The Bible Continues"that will air this Sunday reveals the moment Saul received forgiveness and joins the disciples.
The latest television series from producers Mark Burnett and Roma Downey follows the rise of the church in the first 10 chapters of the Book of Acts. An exclusive clip from the brand new Episode 9 is now available on The Christian Post, starting with a quote from Acts 9:26.
"He tried to join the disciples, but they were all afraid of him, not believing that he really was a disciple," the preview for this Sunday's episode begins. more >>
"Duck Dynasty" star Sadie Robertson and her family celebrated her brother John Luke's high school graduation this week and she says she says she "can't wait to see" where God takes him next.
John Luke, 19, graduated from Ouachita Christian School in the Robertsons' hometown of Monroe, Louisiana, and his 17-year-old sister Sadie shared a special tribute on social media marking the milestone.
"I can't believe @young_and_beardless is graduating today," Robertson wrote on Instagram earlier this month. "School has been so much fun following your lead. You came in clutch night after night helping me figure out math problems, English paper, and just helping me become a better person. Thanks for always catching me when I fall brother. I can't wait to see where God takes you next." more >>
Michael Seewald, whose son, Ben, is married to Josh Duggar's sister, Jessa, published a blog post Sunday defending the family from the "sharks in the water," referring to the media's coverage of the story. Seewald titled the post, "Grace Greater than Our Sin."
"Finally, the Duggar family's opponents have found what they have been eagerly waiting for," Seewald wrote, "shocking revelations of scandal by Jim Bob and Michelle's firstborn son, Josh."
Duggar, 27, resigned his position at the Family Research Council after In Touch Weekly reported on allegations, which Duggar admitted, that he molested five girls over a decade ago. more >>
Hunter Frederick, a Christian public relations expert once rumored to have been hired to help manage the fallout from the sexual abuse allegations surrounding Josh Duggar, star of "19 Kids and Counting," by the Duggar family, says the recent apology from the embattled Christian figure and his parents is not enough to sate the effects of the scandal that has engulfed the family.
"I have no reason to think their apology wasn't sincere, but an apology is one small thing that needs to happen in this very large problem," Frederick told The Christian Post on Thursday.
" The majority of people that are against the Duggars want some kind of legal punishment, which can't happen because of our country's statute of limitations law. That's why this whole thing is very sticky from a crisis management standpoint. He (Josh) has to pay his debt to society back in some form or fashion. Most of the time that's legal action, so how does that happen when he can't be prosecuted?" added Frederick, who is president of Frederick & Associates. more >>
The last episode on Fox's newest mystery TV drama series "Wayward Pines" was a rather shocking one when Ethan's (Matt Dillon) only hope of escaping from the titular town was killed.
The episode titled "Do Not Discuss Your Life Before" saw the Secret Service agent and his new friend Beverly (Juliette Lewis) running through the streets with the intention to leave Wayward Pines. The whole place was alerted to their escape plan as phones began ringing loudly in every residence of the area.
The duo split up and Beverly was unfortunately cornered. Ethan witnessed Beverly from afar getting strung up in the town square. Pope (Terrence Howard) spoke about not tolerating those "people who don't play by the rules." He then slit her throat. more >>
Pastor Robert Jeffress and Rev. Samuel Rodriguez argued with American Atheists President David Silverman about whether bigotry in America is being directed at conservative Christians or gay people when it comes to opposing same-sex marriage in a fiery debate on Fox News' "Hannity" on Wednesday.
While Silverman argued that those opposed to gay marriage are displaying "bigotry," Rodriguez asserted that the bigotry being displayed is "against Christians."
"It's bigotry and intolerance against those of us who believe in the Bible and our Judeo-Christian values," the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference founder said. more >>