Mark Hensch

Christian Post Reporter

Ugandan Embassy, Ted Haggard Express Sympathy for Crash Victims

Friends, family and loved ones on two continents continued mourning four evangelical Christians killed in Uganda during a fatal car accident last Thursday. Uganda's American embassy has promised a full investigation of the crash, while sending condolences to congregations hurt by the tragedy.

Detroit Lions Defeat Broncos; Torch Tebow's Momentum

The Detroit Lions destroyed the Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field at Mile High last night with a 45-10 mauling. The damage wasn't done there, however – the Motor City team also stalled Denver Quarterback Tim Tebow's momentum by sacking him seven times in front of Colorado fans.

Ghost Stories Leave Lingering Questions About Afterlife

Does the potential existence of ghosts signal life beyond the grave? "You can believe or you can't believe," said Bill Ott, director of marketing and communications for the 1886 Crescent Hotel and Spa in Eureka Springs, Ark. "There are hundreds of things in God's world I can't explain. Who am I to say it doesn’t happen?"

Thousands to Walk for Alzheimer Cure on D.C. National Mall

Thousands of Americans affected by Alzheimer's disease are expected to march through Washington D.C. next month for the "Walk to End Alzheimer's." Organized by the Alzheimer's Association, the event will converge on the National Mall Nov. 5 and raise awareness and funds for combating the neurological malady.

New Book Claims Lil Wayne Leads Youth Astray

A Philadelphia church is charging platinum-selling rapper Lil Wayne of presenting a big problem for the spiritual welfare of America's teenagers. Its pastor is appalled at Wayne's lyrical war against morality and ethics.

Joel Osteen Joins Hands With America's Churches

Joel Osteen, the pastor of Houston's Lakewood Church, hopes his fame will put a face on the nation's Christian community. The New York Times bestselling author is leading Lakewood's Champions Network, a national network that helps Christians find churches in their area.

'Mars Hill' Churches Resolve Copyright Conflict

A pair of churches each bearing the name "Mars Hill" have made amends after nearly beginning a legal battle over who possessed rights to the name. Seattle's Mars Hill Church issued a cease and desist letter to Sacramento's Mars Hill Community Church

Lord’s Resistance Army Remains East Africa's Greatest Evil

President Barack Obama put East Africa on Americans’ minds when he authorized the deployment of 100 U.S. military advisers to the region on Oct. 14. Once arrived, they’ll train militaries from an array of African nations on how they can best defeat the region’s most malicious militia group – Uganda’s Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA).

D.C. Wine Week: Should Christians Enjoy the Wine?

The inaugural D.C. Wine Week draws to a close this Saturday with an official “Wine Down” at D.C.’s One Lounge. Started on Oct. 15, it offers a celebration of wine, winemaking and local vine culture. It also offers a chance to discuss the role of alcohol in Christian households.

UFC's Jon Jones Fights for Christ in the Cage

The Ultimate Fighting Championship’s Jon “Bones” Jones will walk into “UFC 140” on Dec. 10, as its light heavyweight champion. He’ll take on 17-2 Lyoto “The Dragon” Machida at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre in a winner-takes-all brawl. Regardless of the outcome, he’ll walk out with his staunch faith in Jesus Christ.

MLK Memorial Celebrates Its Namesake's Race, Spirituality

Martin Luther King, Jr.’s status as an American icon was cemented Sunday following the dedication of a memorial in his honor. Now standing tall near the Tidal Basin, the memorial symbolizes his defense of civil rights and religion in the eyes of Washington D.C.’s African American and Christian communities.