North Korean Christians Want More from Peace Talks

North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un and South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in met for the first time and signed a peace agreement. However, Christians in North Korea revealed that, "This is not what we’ve been praying for."

Southern Baptist Convention Ends Relationship with DC convention

After nearly a year and a half of discussions concerning a Washington church with lesbian co-pastors, the Southern Baptist Convention has notified the District of Columbia Baptist Convention that "the formal relationship between the SBC and the DCBC has come to an end."

California’s AB 2943—is it Constitutional?

California’s AB 2943 Smacks of Anti-Jewish Legislation in Hitler’s Germany Op-ed by Mary Mack Assembly Bill (AB) 2943 was introduced to California’s Legislature on February 16, 2018, as an act to...

Dr. Linda Godsey, Returns to Africa for Fourth Mission Trip

Retired Gadsden, Ala., educator Dr. Linda C. Godsey is hoping to return for the fourth time to a summer time medical church mission in the African country of Zambia where, earlier, she gained first-hand experience of how others live in a Third World Country.

Bavaria to Display Crosses in all Government Buildings

The German state of Bavaria ordered that Christian crosses must be mounted on all government buildings.

Hidden Christian Sites in Japan Up for World Heritage Status

A UNESCO advisory panel recommended several hidden Christian sites in Japan to be added to the World Heritage list.

California’s Unconstitutional Sex Ed Code

California Healthy Youth Act silences citizens who have moral objections to the sex-ed curriculum which now requires educators to teach children about concepts that conservative Christian, Muslim, and Jewish parents consider to be pornographic and antithetical to their core beliefs.

Christian Groups Denounce Killings in Nigeria

Led by the Christian Association of Nigeria, Christians went out and marched on the streets of Lagos, Akure, Osogbo and Ado-Ekiti. They held placards calling for an end to the murderous attacks.

Nepali Christians Hike Mountains to Evangelize

There may be many remote villages in Nepal, but geography doesn\'t prevent Christians from spreading the Gospel. In fact, a study by mission organization WEC International revealed that Nepal has one of the fastest growing evangelical population in the world.

Austin Disaster Relief Network

Today ADRN works with more than 200 local churches, training volunteers across 12 different sectors of the city. These volunteers are being prepared to respond to a tragedy, to meet people at their point of greatest need.

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Cousin Wesley Brings a Chuckle

My cousin Wesley Harris is doing his part. He started exchanging puns with his nephew, Paul Donaldson. Others contributed and now Wesley has collected a ton of puns, quips and jokes. Wesley posts a daily funny on his Facebook page, bringing smiles, chuckles and sometimes groans.

Surrender Completely

God would have us to do as those little birds! Surrender completely to His power and love. He would have us to seek our safety in HIM.

Rick Barnes’ Biggest Regret

San Antonio — Regrets. Most everyone has them. Maybe you picked the wrong career or you wish you had gone to college. But Rick Barnes, who received the 2018 Coach Wooden “Keys to Life” Award at the Legends of the Hardwood Breakfast, recently hosted by Athletes in Action, has a big one.

Stay at 17 Inches

Several hands went up when Scolinos asked how many Little League coaches were in the room. “Do you know how wide home plate is in Little League?” After a pause, someone offered, “17 inches,” more question than answer.

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