Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump recently garnered extensive criticism for reportedly botching a Bible verse at a speech before a large group of young evangelical Christians.
Speaking at Liberty University in the Commonwealth of Virginia on Monday, the billionaire real estate mogul cited a verse from Second Corinthians.
"We're going to protect Christianity. I can say that. I don't have to be politically correct … Two Corinthians, 3:17, that's the whole ballgame … is that the one you like?" stated Trump, as reported by Politico. more >>
Now here is one little boy who can really put countless adults to shame with his sheer and undeniable skill as a tap-dancer.
In a video posted to Facebook last month by a page called Coffee and a Stroller, a kid and an adult go on stage to perform a tap dance number.
While we sort of expect the adult to know what he's doing, what with a presumed lifetime of practice, the boy shows himself to be just as talented even for wants of years. more >>
There are some things in politics that people have a hard time explaining in words. Consider this song-and-dance number from a Donald Trump rally to be one of them.
A trio of youths known as "USA Freedom Kids" performed what The Washington Post has described as being a fusion of the patriotic World War I song "Over There" with the '80s song "Heart of Glass." Others call it "Ameritude."
As many waiting for the rally to begin applaud the girls on, lyrics about crushing enemies, no cowardice allowed, and other red-blooded Americana are invoked. more >>
Students at the University of Virginia kicked off their 40 days of prayer and fasting on Sunday, leading up to the national Collegiate Day of Prayer next month.
At the university, located in Charlottesville, the community's Operation Esther Circle prayer group will partner with university students and the college's Student Prayer Collective to hold weekly prayer meetings in the 40 days leading up to the event on Feb. 25.
An American missionary was among the dozens of civilians killed during an al Qaeda attack in the African nation of Burkina Faso over the weekend.
Michael Riddering, who was one of the 28 people killed by al Qaeda-linked militants in the Burkina Faso capital of Ouagadougou Friday night, was a father of four and director of an orphanage and women's crisis center in the town of Yako, his mother-in-law, Carol Boyle, told The Associated Press.
Riddering, who traveled to the African nation in 2011 along with his wife, Amy Boyle-Riddering, was in the capital city on Friday night to meet a group of people who were planning to volunteer at the orphanage and crisis center that he and his wife run. more >>
One of America's greatest liabilities is crime, not only in the cost of property loss and damage but the lives impacted by lawless acts. The best solution for America's crime problem can be seen when a criminal is transformed through faith in Jesus. In fact, it does quite often, usually under the radar.
Case in point: Hillary Jones of Marysville, California — about two hours north of San Francisco — used to steal. She used to be a heroin addict and was homeless.
Then she became pregnant. Determined to have an abortion, she contacted Planned Parenthood. First, she had to prove she was pregnant. more >>