The past couple days have been very rough for the Midwest, as tornadoes touched down in Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas and Iowa, killing at least 26 and injuring dozens. Join Mike and Cindy Jacobs in prayer.
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A whistleblower from the Department of Justice released an email showing that the Obama administration is requiring federal workers to publicly embrace and affirm homosexuality.
Read the story of Rita Smith, a mom who prayed for her son before picking him up from his cluttered schoolyard after a tornado brought death and destruction to Moore, Okla., Monday afternoon.
Michael Brown warns Christians to be very careful about calling specific events, such as the recent Oklahoma tornadoes, God's “divine judgment.” It is both dangerous and unwise to bear false witness about the Lord.
President Obama claims he didn't know about the IRS scandal. But the question remains: Does the fact that he didn’t know the IRS was targeting conservative groups, if true, absolve him of blame? Matthew Clark discusses.
Raleigh First Assembly of God annually hosts a One Day With God event that's all about reconciliation between inmates and God and inmates and their children.
Iran’s treatment of its Christian minority has come under fresh scrutiny in recent months with some damaging verdicts on the country’s human rights record.
Pre-dawn emergency workers searched for survivors in the rubble of homes, primary schools and a hospital in an Oklahoma City suburb ravaged by a massive Monday afternoon tornado feared to have killed up to 91 people.
Franklin Graham has vowed continued prayer, spiritual support and disaster relief to tornado victims in Oklahoma. Please join us in praying for the victims of this massive storm.
After more than six hours of debate, more than 700 commissioners attending the Presbyterian church’s 2013 General Assembly in Edinburgh voted in favor of gay ministers. But the battle to preserve God's will is not over yet.
Evangelist Steve Hill explains why the time is right to plumb-line Christians against the Word of God.
Exodus leadership now contradicts the Lord's Prayer, refuses to take a stand on "gay marriage" and severs ties with evangelicalism. What's next?
Houston abortionist Douglas Karpen is being accused of performing illegal late-term abortions similar to the ones Dr. Kermit Gosnell was convicted of last week.
On June 12, the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference will hold a special town hall meeting and prayer rally on the topic of immigration reform in Washington, D.C.
Christian music veteran Carman, who was diagnosed with incurable cancer earlier this year, has raised more than $233,000 to fund his first independent album in a decade.
Now in its 24th year of leading national and international Christian revivals, Harvest Crusades with Pastor Greg Laurie will host an event this fall in historic Philadelphia, the birthplace of our nation.
Last week’s conviction of Gosnell on three counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of three babies has many asking when life begins—and how we can protect it in the future.
Find out why Ken Blackwell and Bob Morrison say President Obama gave lawlessness a spur in his 2010 State of the Union address, and we should not be surprised by the IRS scandal.
The Supreme Court affirmed America’s long-standing practice of opening public meetings with prayer in 1983 and now has the opportunity to do so again in a case involving a New York town.
Unknown vandals spray-painted graffiti in an apartment building in the Talpiot neighborhood of Jerusalem on Monday, where Women of the Wall member Peggy Cidor resides. Find out why the vandals are threatening the Israeli intercessor.
We cannot become starched Christians, too polite, who speak of theology calmly over tea. So said Pope Francis on Pentecost Sunday.
The director of Bound4LIFE explains why he believes God is moving right now in answer to much prayer and that the deadlines for abortion are now manifesting.
Early last week, Cyclone Mahasen was expected to bring death and destruction to the coastlines of Burma and Bangladesh. Though it changed course at the last minute, there is still a lot of work to be done.