This adorable little girl has something to remind us all when we close our eyes and go to bed at night. She says a short prayer in a very adorable way and it is straight to the point.
It is a reminder to us all to thank the Lord everyday for all that he has blessed us with. Most of us forget to do this. But, it is important that we spend time alone and speak with the Lord whenever we can. Short, sweet and to the point is this girls prayer. She tells us why she loves Jesus so much! SHARE it with ALL!
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Liberty University and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association announced Monday that on-campus students as well as those working toward their degree online can enroll in evangelism courses that feature presentations by the Rev. Billy Graham, Franklim Graham, and LU alumnus William Graham.
Students in all majors can take the courses, which began this semester through the university's School of Religion.
Will Graham, who's a 1997 graduate from Liberty University, said in a statement shared with The Christian Post that the collaboration is part of his grandfather's dream "to not just preach the Gospel, but to equip others around the world in the work of the evangelist." more >>
A megachurch based in Michigan has recently approved an expansion for its main building expected to cost an estimated $25 million.
Calvary Church of Grand Rapids, which boasts 3,000 members and approximately 4,200 regular attendees, approved the expansion Sunday evening in a special congregation vote.
Be ready to laugh when you see this baby constantly giggle in the bath. What sparks the laughter is the rubber ducky hand puppet.
Baby Emilia's smile is the ultimate cure to anyone having a bad day. The parents are thrilled that they can bring her joy just by using a hand puppet. Feel free to laugh out loud when you watch this one. And be sure to share it with a friend so they can smile too!
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The Freedom From Religion Foundation in Madison, Wisconsin, is now lobbying an Oklahoma School District to remove a painting by artist Donald Zolan because it suggests that "real American children pray." The district, however, has refused to comply with the secular group's request.
"It is our information and understanding that in the Kenneth Cooper Middle School office hangs a religious poster with an image entitled, 'Faith in America' by Donald Zolan. The image features two children with their hands clasped in prayer, with an American Flag background. The meaning could not be more clear, real American children pray," noted staff attorney Andrew L. Seidel in an Oct. 2 letter to Fred Rhodes, superintendent of Putnam County Schools in Oklahoma City.
The letter further claims that even if the children in the painting aren't really praying and just clasping their hands, it would be in violation of the First Amendment and requested that the painting be removed. more >>
The 19-year-old son of deceased Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan traveled to Texas Tuesday to be by his father's side because he felt called by God to visit his sick dad.
At a Tuesday press conference at Dallas' Wilshire Baptist Church, Karsiah Duncan told the media "I just came down here because I felt God was calling me to come see my dad even though I got school still going on."
Karsiah left college and traveled to Dallas to visit his father inside the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital where Duncan was being held in isolation since he was diagnosed with Ebola. However, he was unable to see him. more >>