The mother and father of quadruplets are thanking God after surgery to save all four babies in utero was successful.
Natalie can probably become a professional if she actually wanted to, but she loves to play on the streets so everyone can enjoy her music for free.
Lolo Jones has decided to pray for Oscar Pistorius instead of judge him, despite the fact that the South African sprinter went to prison this week for murdering his girlfriend.
Amnesty International has released a report claiming that human rights abuses were committed during the Ferguson, Missouri, riots earlier this year, which stemmed from the police shooting of Michael Brown.
Horror movie fans are already excited for the upcoming third sequel to the hit supernatural horror film franchise 'Insidious.'
Christians’ misguided fight for football devotions isn’t working. After asking a player to lead the team in prayer, a varsity football coach at an Arizona public prep school recently received a two-week suspension. Coach Tommy Brittain’s...Show More Summary
An excerpt from 'True Paradox: How Christianity Makes Sense of Our Complex World' I f everyone, both citizens and those who govern them, is tempted to misbehave, as a Christian understanding of the justice paradox teaches, we should not be surprised that no human legal system has ever produced a just social order. Show More Summary
I believe youth ministry is facing mission-drift when it comes to missions work. Far too many of our younger youth leaders view the "missionary" as an ancient relic of a bygone era whose place is as a dimly lit picture in the foyer of a steepled church on a "Go ye into all the world" wall. Show More Summary
Forgiveness is MUCH DEEPER than a feeling (if we wait until we feel like forgiving we will never actually forgive) but rather a choice I have to make over and over again when the pain from what was done to me hits me out of nowhere.
USA Network's hit television series 'White Collar' is now ready to kick off for its sixth and, as reported, the finale season with its premiere episode entitled, "Borrowed Time," which will air this coming Thursday, Nov. 6.
Austin Mahone and the rest of the crew are now heading home as their concert tour is officially over, Fanlala reports.
The week before He would die by crucifixion, Jesus talked to His disciples about what was to come: After His resurrection, they would receive a Counselor—the Holy Spirit—who'd be with them forever (John 14:16). He would indwell each believer, providing His power to make it possible to live a victorious Christian life. Show More Summary
While the fourth season of the hit drama TV series, "Switch at Birth" is yet to air, fans can still see their favorite teenager characters on an upcoming Christmas special episode entitled, "Yuletide Fortune Tellers." The special premieres on Monday, Dec. 8, 2014 on ABC Family.
New York City remained on edge late Thursday night as local and federal officials encouraged the city that never sleeps to keep calm after news broke earlier that Manhattan doctor Craig Spencer, who recently treated Ebola patients in Guinea, West Africa, had fallen ill from the disease.
It's only be a matter of weeks before the hit TV drama series "The Newsroom" returns for its third and final season which will premiere this coming Sunday, Nov. 9 on HBO.
Food trends overlook the economic pressures of their origins. When I was a teenager, my aunt gave me a sage piece of advice. It came in the middle of canning season, when we were eyeballs-high in corn, tomatoes, and green beans. In our...Show More Summary
BlackBerry has undoubtedly been successful in once again reinstating their name in the competitive world of smart mobile phones.
'Keeping Up with The Kardashians' reality star Kim Kardashian-West is reported to appear in an upcoming episode of the hit scripted comedy show from CBS, '2 Broke Girls.'
In case you didn't know it, if you are a conservative Christian, you are just like Boko Haram and ISIS. At least, that's what the secularists are saying. More absurd still, they actually believe this.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai asked President Barack Obama during a private meeting to send books and teachers instead of guns and weapons to other countries, it was revealed earlier this week.