Michelle A. Vu
Billy Graham died Wednesday at the age of 99. The world renowned evangelist, who has been listed on Gallup's most admired list more than any other person, passed away peacefully at his home in Montreat, North Carolina, after struggling with various health problems linked to his advanced age.
One We Stand, the newest brand in the Christian Media Corporation portfolio, has partnered with Vancouver-based Pitch Live, a crowdfunding and marketing company, to launch CMC's first website solely-dedicated to frontline persecution and religious discrimination.
You might not catch it if you didn't listen carefully, but an executive at a major Christian film studio just spoke fondly of ... Hollywood fashion and Google energy.
Mitch Davis staggered out of his BMW 633 CSi, bleary eyed and completely sapped of energy from a 24-hour shift at Disney studios in Burbank, California. During his 90-minute commute home to Glendora, he had only one thought in mind – to crumple into his heavenly bed and sink into a mindless state of sleep.
Art Ayris confidently strolled into the local post office ready to pull out a fat check from the PO box. It was February 2015 and there was no warning signs for what he was about to read.
World Olivet Assembly has acquired a property once owned by the New York City Mission Society, which was used for the past eight years as shooting grounds, with plans to restore the land for Christian mission.
Crystal Cathedral Founding Pastor Robert H. Schuller in Critical Condition; May Not Survive Past Easter
Crystal Cathedral's founder, Robert H. Schuller, is in critical condition, according to his family and ministry. The 88-year-old famed televangelist has battled esophageal cancer since 2013.
We are fifteen years into this new century. Fifteen years that dawned with terror touching our shores; that unfolded with a new generation fighting two long and costly wars; that saw a vicious recession spread across our nation and the world. It has been, and still is, a hard time for many.
Nicky Cruz knows a thing or two about the devil and he's here to set the record straight. The son of a satanic priest and priestess, Cruz grew up in Puerto Rico witnessing frightening supernatural events at his home and later experienced spiritual attacks after he left the New York City gang life to be a Christian. What he wants to let people know in his latest book, The Devil Has No Mother (Worthy Publishing, July 2013), is that the devil exists and he's worse than people think he is.
Harold Camping – who predicted the end of the world would come on May 21, 2011, among other dates – has died at the age of 92, according to an email from Family Radio.