The daughter of American evangelist Dr. Billy Graham, Anne Graham Lotz, and New York Times bestselling author, Joel Rosenberg, spoke with passion as they urged Christians to repent and start a fresh revival in the church.
Silence spread across the nation today as Americans paused in grim dignity and quiet grief remembering the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
Some churches today are not allowing children into the main worship hall for Sunday services. This has prompted a debate on whether or not church's should try to limit interruptions during worship time.
A shocked Arizona community found out today that the Phoenix Goddess Temple, which appeared to be a church on the outside, was really a house of prostitution.
Anne Graham Lotz tells of the tragic attacks of 9/11 and how it woke her up from a deep spiritual nap. She has spent the last decade with an increasingly urgent conviction to evangelize and spread the Christian message about how we are in the midst of the "signs of the times."
Evangelists say the worldwide broadcast of “A Wake-Up Call for God’s People,” airing on the 10th anniversary of 9/11 this Sunday night, may be the last time Christians will have a chance to get right with Jesus.
The collapse of the historic World Trade Center on 9/11 serves as a stark and stunning reminder to architects and engineers that the modern skyscraper must change dramatically to withstand any future terrorist attacks.
New information from the Pew Research Center shows that 55 percent of Muslim Americans believe that it is harder to be a Muslim in the United States since 9/11. However, the new data shows that even though the cards are stacked against them because of anti-Muslim slurs, Islamophobia, and harsh attitudes, more Muslims in America are expressing a higher level of satisfaction with their lives here.
With the 10-year anniversary of the terrorist attacks of 9/11 and the growing hostilities against Muslims in America in mind, megachurch pastor Adam Hamilton of the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kan., told his 17,000-member congregation this week to consider how Jesus would treat Muslims today.
Recent studies show that less than 30 percent of American families with children eat together seven nights a week. While seven nights a week may be a lofty goal, experts say dinner together should be a priority at least four times a week.
Fewer American adults are smoking, and those who still do are lighting up less, suggests a nationwide survey from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control released Tuesday.
It goes without saying too much that thousands of dissertations, worship services, and Sunday school curriculum have fueled the debate over time about the evils and good moral lessons portrayed in the Harry Potter books and movies.
The project, titled "Unheard Voices of 9/11," officially launched online Friday and calls for people to share their experiences about being discriminated, targeted and demoralized because of their spiritual and cultural beliefs.
The National Hurricane Center upgraded Hurricane Katia Sunday to a Category 2 storm as the system gained strength over the Caribbean, packing winds of up to 105 mph as it moved west over warm seas.
Cheney’s 576-page book, In My Time: A Personal and Political Memoir, hit bookstores this past week. Cheney told the media prior to its release that “there are gonna be heads exploding all over Washington.”
A Wake Up Call For God's People with Anne Graham Lotz and Joel Rosenberg: Watch as millions join in by way of a church fellowship, community group, or on your home computer.
Anne Graham Lotz, the daughter of American Christian evangelist Dr. Billy Graham, passionately believes that the tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001, were a wake-up call for all Christians. The Christian clock is still ticking toward another watershed moment.
Developing a daily discipline to make time for Bible reading can be challenging because it requires changing our daily habits. With today's technology, there are no more excuses for Christians not to read their Bible because God's word is now just a click away.
Powerful rain and strong winds from Tropical Storm Lee are currently hammering the Gulf Coast region concentrating along the south Mississippi coastline and the outer edges of New Orleans.
The majority of seminaries and pastoral educational programs do a poor job of preparing students of religion to deal with human sexuality, gender, sexual identity and other sexual-related issues from religious and theological perspectives, a new study says.
The new debate about the use of social networking is changing as some states are now banning teachers from communicating with students on Facebook and churches are using them more often to spread God's message.
Forecasters are debating whether or not Tropical Storm Lee in the Gulf of Mexico has the potential to be the next billion-dollar disaster for the U.S., by way of major flooding beginning in the Deep South.
Those who oppose same-sex marriage say there is a well-financed and detailed plan at work to change Americans' opinions about homosexual and lesbian lifestyles through television programming.
Katy Perry's concerts use bras shaped like cupcakes and wild candy treats to lure teenagers into thinking raunchy adult behavior is acceptable.
Bill Keller of The New York Times writes in his controversial column, “Asking Candidates Tougher Questions About Faith,” that the crop of candidates competing for the White House in the next election cycle should be grilled harder on their religious beliefs and how those beliefs form their political views.