Christian singles having difficulty finding a suitable date or a spouse need not fret. South Carolina-based NewSpring Church Pastor Perry Noble is dishing out some helpful advice about what might be holding them back.
In a recent podcast titled 8 Reasons Why You Can't Get a Date or Get Married, the NewSpring pastor is shooting from the hip with an eight-point list to help singles get their dating lives on track.
1. It's not time more >>
Tim Tebow is spending part of his summer in the Philippines visiting with children who live at the orphanage his father founded 25 years ago.
Tebow, the 28-year-old football player-turned-television personality, was born in Makati City, Philippines, and has made it his mission to help children who live in his country of birth. While there, the athlete and motivational speaker visited Uncle Dick's Orphanage which houses 45 children who had nowhere to go.
Tebow's father, Bob, founded the orphanage nearly 25 years ago through his Bob Tebow Evangelistic Association. Now that he has his own charitable foundation, Tebow documented his visit on social media, calling the children and the orphanage in Mindanao island "family." more >>
First of all thank you. Thank you for your investment in current and soon-to-be youth leaders. Your investment in these young and spiritually potent lives could result in the radical transformation of the next generation.
I can't help but think back to my days at Colorado Christian University under my youth ministry professor, RJ Koerper. He had one foot firmly in God's Word and one foot firmly rooted in youth culture. As a result he was able to help us build a youth ministry philosophy that was both rooted and relevant. To this day he still speaks into our material at Dare 2 Share and continues to pour into me.
Professors like RJ are a gift from God to the youth ministry community. They help to create the very DNA that will drive youth ministry for years to come. more >>
The family of beloved sisters Taylor and Madison Sheats — who were gunned down by their manic mother, Christy Sheats, in Texas on their father's birthday two Fridays ago — is leaning on God as they try to pick up the pieces of their broken family.
Christy Sheats, 42, who declared on Facebook that she is a proud Baptist, suffered a murderous meltdown in which she killed her two daughters and was eventually killed by police shortly after her husband, Jason, told her he wanted a divorce on June 24.
Thousands of people came together this weekend to celebrate the 240th year of America's Independence at Fellowship Church's "Freedom Experience" in Grapevine, Texas.
Every year Pastor Ed Young Jr.'s Fellowship Church hosts a series of events to celebrate the July 4th holiday and to honor fallen soldiers and their families' sacrifice.
"Our church has a deep appreciation for our nation, the freedom we have, and all those who fight to provide it," church spokesman Andy Boyd told The Christian Post on Tuesday. more >>
A 3-year-old Swedish boy who was being groomed by his radicalized mother to be a part of the next generation of Islamic State jihadis has died after he accidentally blew himself up with a hand grenade in Syria.
According to the Swedish news outlet SVT, the unnamed boy and his older siblings were taken from western Sweden to an area of Syria controlled by IS (also known as ISIS, ISIL or Daesh) by their mother when the now-slain boy was just 2 years old.
The mother reportedly said she wanted her sons to grow up to be IS militants before one was killed after he found a grenade in the family's home and began playing with it. As the boy played with the grenade he reportedly tripped, which caused an explosion that led to his death. more >>