Jeff Schapiro

Christian Post Reporter


  • Newtown Shooting: Biblical Counselor on How to Address Tragedy

    The recent shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School will leave emotional scars on the hearts of adults and children alike, but Hope for the Heart founder and biblical counselor June Hunt says it's important to remember that God is good, even in times of tragedy.

  • Women's Minister Pens Allegory to Show Joy Is Found in Christ

    Deborah Waterbury has been counseling women for over eight years, and has personally experienced the potentially devastating effects of pursuing intimacy with her spouse over her relationship with Jesus Christ. In her new book, Painted Window, the full-time women's minister shares a fictional tale which highlights the need for both men and women to pursue Christ and accept the fullness of his love.

  • Holidays Present Opportunity for Christian Consumers to Make a Difference

    A blend of consumerism and charity often takes over the spirit of America during the Christmas holiday season, and for conscientious consumers there are a number of opportunities to find great gifts and at the same time provide help for someone in need.

  • NBC Chief Medical Editor on Christmas: I Don't Like the Religion Part

    A panel discussion on NBC's Today Show about hiring others to do Christmas chores became sidetracked on Tuesday after one of the panelists blamed the stress that comes around the holiday season on religion.

  • New John Lennon Film Labeled 'Christian Propaganda'

    A new movie, which focuses on The Beatles singer-songwriter John Lennon and was produced by evangelist Ray Comfort, has been hailed by some as inspiring, though at least one review of the film says Comfort has used the murder of the musician "to push Christian propaganda."

  • Titanic Discoverer Finds Evidence of Biblical Flood

    Ocean explorer Robert Ballard, who is responsible for the discovery of the Titanic shipwreck, says he may have discovered evidence of the Great Flood described in the Book of Genesis.

  • UFC Champ Praises Jesus Christ, Tells Fans to 'Hug on Your Loved Ones'

    After dominating his opponent during the UFC on Fox 5 main event on Saturday, Ultimate Fighting Championship lightweight champion Benson "Smooth" Henderson told the crowd there are more important things in life than fighting.

  • Interview: Hip Hop Artist Trip Lee on 'The Good Life' Book

    When Christian hip hop artist William Lee Barefield III, better known as "Trip Lee," began composing lyrics as a 12-year-old boy, he dreamed of becoming a celebrity. When he gave his life to Jesus Christ as a 14-year-old, however, his worldview began changing, and he eventually decided to use his talents to glorify God instead of himself. In his recently released debut book, The Good Life, Lee shares how living "the good life" isn't dependent on money, sex, or fame, but rather on a right relatio

  • Teen Mania Founder's Marathon Run Encourages Prayer for America's Youth

    Ron Luce, founder of Teen Mania Ministries, says the feeling he had during the final four miles of a half marathon he ran a few years ago "was the most excruciating pain of my life." So why is he planning to run twice as far during this weekend's MetroPCS Dallas Marathon?

  • 'Merry Christmas Charlie Brown' Performance Canceled Following Atheist Complaints

    A church in Little Rock, Ark., canceled one performance of "Merry Christmas Charlie Brown" after an atheist organization complained and said students should not be exposed to a show with Christian themes as part of a school field trip.