The non-denominational Watermark Community Church in Texas has purchased a vacant former middle school building that it plans to turn into its newest campus in South Dallas. But some church leaders in the area are upset.
The Reverend Franklin Graham has described opposition to President Donald Trump as being “demonic” in a recent interview with author and radio personality Eric Metaxas.
The 5-year-old boy who was thrown from a third-floor balcony at the Mall of America in Minnesota is now walking "perfectly," and is giving credit to angels who caught him and to the love of Jesus.
Patricia Heaton focusing on Jesus, giving back for the holidays with World Vision gift collaboration
Just in time for Giving Tuesday and the holidays, actress Patricia Heaton teamed up with World Vision’s Gift Catalog to present her own collection that will give back to others in need.
As Christians, we need to take a long hard look at the way that the death penalty is functioning in our country.
The Church of England has received praise from the Jewish community for its major statement repudiating antisemitism in ...
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Research that was done by nearby University of California Riverside’s Happiness Expert, Sonja Lyubormirsky, indicates that those who have a spiritual community—however, you define this for yourself—and are active in it, tend to be happier and live longer.
Ever since Christ poured out His Spirit upon the Church, the continuity of spiritual gifts has been a debated topic. Let's explore why.
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