But upsets don’t just happen in sports, they happen in all aspects of life. And the Bible is full of examples when the impossible turns possible. In John 11 we read about the story when Mary and Martha sent word ahead to Jesus that they needed his help.
A high school in Michigan has reversed course after initially telling a graduating senior that references to her Christian beliefs were "not appropriate" for her upcoming valedictory speech, her lawyers say.
When Mary Magdalene encountered Jesus risen in the empty tomb, she had to testify! Do you feel this intense need to testify? Do you long to tell the lost about the good news of Jesus?
Over 10 million more Americans turned to the Bible in the past year than before, as one in four adults reported reading the Bible more frequently during the pandemic compared to last year, the American Bible Society’s 2021 State of the Bible report suggests.
In an increasingly polarized society, Bishop T.D. Jakes has encouraged Christians to use discretion when posting on social media, stressing the power of content that “sheds light rather than generates heat.”
Sure, there are a few pastors who preach borderline heretical sermons. And there are some who provide a spiritual pep talk each week instead of a biblical sermon. But, among the 450,000 pastors in North America, most of them are Bible-believing and Bible-preaching.
I enjoy a little friendly competition. The reality is many churches don’t compete on friendly terms. In fact, in a given city or ZIP code, the likelihood is many pastors do not even know each other.
Millennials (1984-1999) have gotten all the attention for too long, casting a shadow on Gen Z.
Identifying other Me Monsters is easy. It’s not hard to spot people who are completely consumed with themselves.
Actor and filmmaker Corbin Bernsen takes a dogmatic approach to films addressing faith, Christianity and the Christian walk.