Benny Hinn was shown discussing what appeared to be a new "partnership" with Liberty University Liberty Home Bible Institute leaders. That set off fireworks with some in the Kingdom.
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Israel Holds Prophetic Keys to the Future
Author, television host & Messianic Rabbi Jonathan Bernis offers a fascinating insider’s snapshot into the brewing Middle East conflict from a historical, biblical and prophetic perspective.
Are you in a narrow place of confinement, struggling to find freedom in Christ? Check out "Passover Celebration 5774," live or on the Internet this weekend.
Could Tuesday’s “blood moon” event be connected to Jesus’ return? Some Christians think so.
The real-life tale of a child's remarkable trip to heaven and back has spent years on the best-sellers' list. Millions have read Heaven Is for Real, and now the film adaptation arrives in theaters.
Suspected Islamist insurgents abducted more than 100 female students from a government secondary school in Nigeria Monday night.
A new report says state academic standards not only allow but in some cases expect public schools to teach about Jesus, the Bible and Christianity.
Sometimes God puts His people in the right place at just the right time. That’s exactly what happened in the U.S. last week when a massive tornado swept through North Carolina.
Boston began commemorating the marathon bombing on a quiet note on Tuesday as Mayor Martin Walsh and Cardinal Sean O'Malley visited wreaths lain at the spots where the two bombs went off a year ago.
Last year, a study found that the United States was the world’s most charitable nation. Now, results from a recent survey may provide insight into why that is.
The suspect in the killings of three people at two Jewish facilities near Kansas City is expected to be charged under hate crime laws on Tuesday as information about his ties to white supremacy groups has emerged.
By stepping out in faith, Joe Gallaher is joining believers around the country who are sharing the gospel this Easter season with friends and neighbors who don’t have a relationship with Jesus.
A morning rush hour bomb killed at least 71 people at a Nigerian bus station on the outskirts of the capital on Monday, raising concerns about the spread of an Islamist insurgency after the deadliest ever attack on Abuja.
The Internet has been abuzz with news that scholars have determined the so-called “Gospel of Jesus’s Wife” papyrus is “authentic.” What exactly does this mean? And should Christians be concerned?
In Bible App 5, the latest version of its wildly popular and free Bible app, YouVersion has added new features to help users share the Bible within a select set of relationships.
For many Americans, one of the most stressful days of the year is just ahead. If you're one of the millions still scrambling to file, the Internal Revenue Service has a few suggestions that could help.
Nick Vujicic will be giving out hugs in support of his anti-bullying campaign to promote his new book at a unique launch event in New York City’s Times Square on Tuesday.
The suspect in the Passover Eve killings of three people at two Jewish community facilities in a Kansas City suburb has a long history of racism and anti-Semitism, human rights groups said on Monday.
The Dutch Catholic Church, in a rare admission of guilt among senior clergy, has confirmed that a bishop who died last year had sexually abused two boys decades earlier.
Appeal proceedings have been delayed again in the case of Asia Bibi, the Christian mother of five sentenced to death for blasphemy.
Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel said on Friday he would appeal a federal judge's decision striking down a state law that bans most abortions starting at 12 weeks of pregnancy.
Syrian soldiers backed by Hezbollah fighters recaptured on Monday the Christian town of Maaloula, closing off more of the rebel supply route through the Qalamoun mountains near Lebanon.
When asked what would happen with evangelical voters if the GOP ditches and downplays social issues, Mike Huckabee said, “It just leaves them at home. They just don't go vote."
Rick Warren says Easter is a great starting point for evangelism, but find out why it’s not the finish line for a purpose-driven church.
Even in his darkest hours, trapped in a maelstrom of drugs, alcohol and rock ‘n’ roll, Scott Stapp never lost faith in God. The Creed frontman says the only one he lost faith in was himself.
One hundred years after the founding of the Assemblies of God, leaders pay tribute at an intimate gathering at the site of its origins.
In recent years, we have seen devastating environmental disasters—tornadoes, fires, floods, hurricanes and snow storms—but Billy Graham's daughter encourages us to share a comeback story that inspires hope this Easter.
Everything seems to be falling apart around you. Are you in spiritual warfare, or is God trying to say something?
Why do you think it’s important to only share your marriage issues with your wife or another trusted man?
You walk into church or into a group, and you're a misfit. What do you do?
Great praying leads to great power. The Assemblies of God's George O. Wood shares three personal prayer strategies that will bring God's power into play in your life.
Do you ever wonder if it's worth the hassle of doing the work of ministry when people hurt you? Here's what God showed one woman in ministry.
Vitamin D is crucial for fighting disease. A lack of it can lead to serious health problems.
Fulfilling your prophetic promise means engaging in a battle to dispossess all the so-called “-ites” from the land. But if you make this one mistake, you could lose before you even get to the battle line.
For the Lord says, "Shields up! This is the time for the watchman to have keen eyes and discernment. The enemy is at the door and wants to stir up havoc, but I will give My people eagle eyes to see what is being planned."
You are the voice God plans to use, and God has a word for you to declare. No more slumber! No more living your life in a daze!
Questions are already springing up about whether sex with robots would qualify as cheating on a spouse. Um, yes, it would.
Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church in California will launch its newest campus in Los Angeles on Easter Sunday, April 20.
Tax revenue is behind a growing nationwide push to legalize pot, with many hoping to cash in on the craze. But there's new concern about unexpected costs.
It is no secret that millennials are becoming less religious than previous generations. Joel Osteen says one reason may be the many distractions the younger generation seems to face.
Todd Burpo says he should have warned Randall Wallace that others working on the movie met with various spiritual resistance.
A new paper draws an intriguing conclusion to a question scholars have wrestled with for several decades: Why are Americans dropping out of church? Can we blame technology?
Harvard Bible scholar Karen King released the results of testing on a slip of papyrus that she dubbed “The Gospel of Jesus’s Wife,” but a host of questions remain.
U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is resigning after overseeing the botched rollout of President Barack Obama's signature health care law.
"Jesus said to them, 'My wife ... ,'" reads one snippet cut off by a torn edge, while other lines have Jesus suggesting that at least some women could be His disciples.
There is no doubt that there is real suffering among the Palestinians living in Gaza and the West Bank. The question is who, precisely, is most responsible for their suffering?
A Florida man is passionate enough about his atheism to violently attack his Jesus look-alike roommate—and demand a court-appointed atheist attorney.
Hoskins is president and CEO of OneHope, which has already reached more than a billion children and youth in more than 140 nations and in 100-plus languages. Now he's bringing his leadership to ORU.
In a media culture that’s normally obsessed with the stories of both fictional and real murderers, why is this film exposing this baby killer getting so little mainstream media attention?