Holding a burning plate of turkey and don’t want to drop it? Let the obscenities fly and you might be able to take more time to make it to the counter, feast intact. Just don’t make it a habit.
You may not have to worry about the canned pumpkin, yams or cranberry sauce, but the turkey could become a potent weapon if you’re not careful, food safety experts say.
If a country is completely lacking God, the people are less likely to treat others with grace, author Larry Taunton says. He discovered that when he and his wife adopted a Ukranian child, Sasha.
“Every time a bell rings, an angels gets its wings,” is the famous line from “It’s A Wonderful Life.” Around the holidays, references to angels are brought up as often as every time a bell rings. But how close is your tree topper to the biblical truth?
“Writing for a penny a word is ridiculous. If a man really wanted to make a million dollars, the best way would be to start his own religion,” L. Ron Hubbard famously told a group of science fiction writers meeting in Newark, N.J., in 1949.
He hangs out with riffraff, old tars and dirty fisherman, and dines with sinners and prostitutes. He likes to play pranks and shows up in unexpected places, and can often be seen fishing with the guys. He laughs in the face of authority and sweats blood. This is the Jesus that John Eldredge portrays in his new book, Beautiful Outlaw.
Got milk? The liquid that splashes into millions of cereal bowls every morning is now making a splash on runways.
What would Tebow do? A new Tebow replica jersey is the latest fan item, but others are calling the controversial jersey, with the name “Jesus” on the back in place of “Tebow,” blasphemous.
Would you believe in a faith that had incorrectly predicted the end times? Despite false prophecies predicting Armageddon, followers of the Jehovah’s Witness organization, do.
As the U.S. economy struggles to recover from the recession, Christmas budgets are growing smaller and retailers are feeling the hit. But a new World Vision study shows tighter wallets are leading to more charitable giving.
With two Mormon contenders for the 2012 GOP presidential nomination and Robert Jeffress’ recent comments about Mormonism being a cult, the Church of Latter-day Saints is again in the spotlight for its theological beliefs. But the answer to whether or not Mormonism should be labeled a cult is not an easy one. It is a question that even leading theologians are wrestling with.
The word "cult," once simply used by certain groups to denote a system of religious practice, has become a topic of intense national debate. After Dr. Robert Jeffress' explosive comments in October regarding Mitt Romney, Mormonism and cults, defining the term may even be a crucial factor in the 2012 presidential race.
Too much time on your behind may increase your risk for breast and colon cancer, scientists say. A new study linked inactivity and prolonged periods of sitting to new cases of cancer in the United States. The analysis presented by the American Institute for Cancer Research this week cited about 49,000 new cases of breast cancer and about 43,000 new cases of colon cancer per year.
Halloween is over, but zombies are still threatening your health, scientists say. “Zombie” cells, that is. However, purging the body of these senescent cells, which no longer function as they should, may stop the progression of aging, scientists at Mayo Clinic report in a new study.
The leading cause of death among college students does not come as a surprise to Juli Slattery, family psychologist with Focus on the Family. More college students die from suicide than from drinking, a new study shows.
Now you can hear Billy Graham’s messages with just a few clicks. The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association announced the launch of the Billy Graham Audio Archives Wednesday.
Just let them be kids. That’s what Christian family experts are saying, after a new study released showed that kids whose parents hover on the playground get less physical activity.
For those wanting to do more than just drop some change into a bucket this Christmas, there is another way to help those in need. J. C. Penney, Inc., and The Salvation Army launched an enhanced Angel Giving Tree online, just in time for Christmas
The rumor mill is grinding away today after reports that teen idol Justin Bieber has fathered a 3-month-old baby. Bieber tweeted that he's going to ignore the rumors.
Filmgoers disenchanted with the glut of horror flicks lately will appreciate the recent announcement that another "Left Behind" movie is in the works.
Rusty Rohr was raised in a Christian home. He accepted the Lord when he was 5. He even completed a pastoral internship. Rohr is a recovering pornography addict.
It's a Bible study, with teeth. New York Times best-selling author Ron Brackin has decided to use the horror trend to further the Gospel with his latest book, The Gospel According to Dracula: A Bible Study.
Watch out: A vampire may enter your next Bible study. Just in time for Halloween, Ron Brackin, bestselling co-author of Son of Hamas, recently released his latest book, The Gospel According to Dracula: A Bible Study.
A memorial service is being held Wednesday for a Phoenix pastor who was killed in a highway accident in Uganda last week. The pastor, the Rev. Leo Godzich, was the head of the National Association of Marriage Enhancement and a counselor to Ted Haggard after his scandal.
"I came back at her and said – in a controlled, but angry voice – 'I absolutely know what it's like. Your daddy is doing things that hurt me and I am still called to love him as his wife."