This a cappella version of ‘Mary Did You Know’ by Peter Hollens will give you chills!View More A Cappella ‘Mary Did You Know’ Will Give You Chills!
THE RIDDLE of the site of Jesus’ ‘first miracle’ has baffled religious scholars for centuries. But now academics claim to have solved the millennia-old mystery,…View More Archaeologists unearth site of Jesus’ ‘water into wine’ miracle
Release Pastor Andrew Brunson or face large sanctions from the United States. That was the direct warning from President Donald J. Trump to Turkey and…View More Trump Warns Turkey: Free Pastor Brunson Now or U.S. Will ‘Impose Significant Sanctions’
A Christian teacher has been fired for saying that gender is biological.View More Christian Doctor Fired for Suggesting Gender Is Biological
“This is how love is made complete among us so that we will have confidence on the day of judgment: In this world we are like Jesus. There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear, because fear has to do with punishment. The one who fears is not made perfect in love.” v. 17-18View More Clothed In The Love Of God
An Illinois high school valedictorian has hired a lawyer after claiming that school officials demanded he remove all religious references from his graduation speech.View More Valedictorian Ordered To Remove Jesus References From Speech
The centuries immediately before and after the 100s CE in the Greco-Roman world were increasingly violent. There were frequent uprisings, attempted coups, assassinations of political leaders, reform efforts and massacres of Jews and other groups led by the Romans. Palestine, the holy land, was being controlled by the ever-expanding Roman Empire. The exiled Israelites sometimes tried to “get it back” through such violent means. Besides this ongoing struggle, the Romans also brought in new religious threats, political threats and various forms of coercion—not to mention religious and cultural (Hellenistic) agendas. Revolts against this paganization stem all the way back to the Maccabean Revolt in the 160s BC (today celebrated as Hanukkah).View More An Alternative Christian View on Taxes
Historians believe they have uncovered a building belonging to the ancient settlement, which is linked to King David.View More Ancient Lost City of King David Uncovered Near Jerusalem
How to teach the message of Jesus even when you don’t have any teaching experience or know how. You can spread the message of Christ by telling his story.View More Tell The Story. Touch A Heart
Jesus allowed himself to be crucified because he knew there was joy before Him. He had confidence and hope despite horrific circumstances because He trusted in His Father’s good promises.View More For The Joy
In reaction to reports that Pope Francis has denied the existence of hell, the Vatican has released a carefully worded statement that does not refute the substance of the claims.View More Vatican Refuses to Disavow Pope’s Alleged Denial of Hell
Just as important as studying the bible itself is to effectively employ bible resources. These additional resources can really help students of the bible to thrive in their studies.View More 5 Ways to Teach Students to Study The Bible Resources
You’ve heard of reverse racism, right? That’s when a group of people, a business, or college give special treatment to someone solely on the basis of them being any other skin color but white. I don’t know why it’s called “reverse” racism because it’s really just plain racism.View More What Is Reverse Phariseeism?
A church in Pennsylvania has thrown itself into the nationwide debate on gun laws by announcing they will be hosting a blessing ceremony for couples with an AR-15 assault rifle.View More Church To Hold A Controversial Blessing Ceremony For AR-15s
Billy Graham, the famed evangelist who became known as “America’s Pastor,” has died at the age of 99, The Associated Press reported.View More Billy Graham, ‘America’s Pastor’ And Noted Evangelist, Dead At 99