Throughout life many of us go through several relationships, which often leads to heartbreak. Sadness and disappointment can consume thoughts and feelings and can sometimes leave you feeling hopeless. We look to the Bible to soothe and mend our broken hearts.
Jesus reminds us that no matter what happens, He is always right by our side. Christ reassures us that He will heal the heartbreak that we can't seem to get beyond. He has the power to mend broken hearts if we seek Him and give our heartbreak to Him. Getting over it may be a process, but as long as we have faith, we will be OK. Jesus longs to comfort us.
Below are Bible verses to remind us that Jesus can heal the broken hearted: more >>
Tenth Avenue North's powerful worship song "Tired and Worn" will touch your spirit and lift your soul. But even more powerful is this dance that these three talented young men created while their spirits were being moved to this song. It has significant meaning and will put a smile on your face!
Chris Nasadowski, Kevin Nguyen and Drey Richards of Dreamt Realities heard this worship song and they knew they had to create something special with it. They got together and created a dance that shows how God's redemption can change us from who we were to who we're meant to be. God's love has the power to do miraculous things. We are all tired and worn, but through the Lord we can become new again. He never gives up on us, and He is always there to lift us up when we are in need.
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After being officially de-recognized by America's largest university system because it required its student leaders to be professing Christians, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship is once again a recognized student group in the California State University system after conversations between the two sides has led to a mutual "understanding."
With 23 chapters on 19 Cal State campuses, CSU officially stripped InterVarsity, an international campus ministry with 985 chapters across the globe, of its official campus recognition last September because of the group's unwillingness to comply with an "all-comers" campus policy that prohibited the organization from requiring that its student leaders must be Christian.
In a press release last Friday, InterVarsity announced that after on-going conversations between the ministry's leadership and CSU officials, the ministry will be re-recognized as an official student group and will have access to use campus buildings and student government funding without having to compromise the organization's Christian values. more >>
A student has sued a public university in Delaware for reportedly losing her sports scholarship due to refusing to attend worship at a local church.
Natalia Mendieta filed the suit against Delaware State University earlier this month in district court in Wilmington.
A Catholic student who was part of DSU's volleyball team, Mendieta alleged that coach LaKisya Killingsworth forced her and her teammates to attend Calvary Assembly of God. more >>
WASHINGTON — After 2016 presidential candidate Jeb Bush said earlier this week that "religion ought to be about making us better as people, less about things [that] end up getting into the political realm," the former Florida governor asserted Friday that faith absolutely needs to have an influence on policy decisions.
Speaking at the Faith & Freedom Coalition's Road to Majority Conference at the Omni Shoreham Hotel, Bush backtracked on comments he made during an interview with Fox News' Sean Hannity on Tuesday, where the Catholic discussed Pope Francis' recent comments on climate change and said "I don't get economic policy from my bishops or my cardinals or my pope."
Bush assured Friday's social conservative gathering that during his time as governor, he often lets his Catholic convictions influence the policies he put into action and will continue to do so if he is elected as president. more >>
WASHINGTON — Presidential candidate Ben Carson explained on Friday how God worked miracles throughout his medical career and also recalled that God once used him to save the life of a child diagnosed with a malignant brainstem tumor, although many doctors, himself included, predicted the patient would die.
Speaking at the Faith & Freedom Coalition's Road to Majority Conference at the Omni Shoreham Hotel, the 63-year-old retired pediatric neurosurgeon told the crowd that God calls people to different areas of the world in order for them to be used for His divine purpose.
Although Carson was named as the director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore in 1985 at the young age of 33, he said God prepared him for such a prestigious position at that age by calling him to work at a teaching hospital in Western Australia in 1983, a part of the world where there were only four neurosurgeons at that time. more >>