As COVID-19 cases are rising in nearly every state in the U.S., the Christian disaster relief organization Samaritan’s Purse has announced the opening of two emergency field hospitals — one in North Carolina and the other in California — to care for people suffering from […]
If you’ve ever been to an international worship conference, you know what a surreal experience it is to praise God with people from different backgrounds, countries, and languages. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic this year, many in-person conferences and events were canceled.
The mayor of Lancaster, Pennsylvania on Monday called for an overhaul of how the city responds to mental health situations after a police officer shot and killed a 27-year-old man who ran at him, allegedly threatening him with a knife.
Between a pandemic, social tensions, and political conflict, our world today is riddled with division. Lots of people have ideas to address the chaos, but there aren’t many public figures saying, “You know what we need? One big, international worship service.” But that’s exactly what Global […]
When Patricia Cahill was 15, she received an unexpected request. A nun who taught at a Catholic high school near her home in Ridgewood, N.J., called her at home and invited her to perform at an upcoming “hootenanny” Mass.
Sight & Sound Theatres has brought epic Bible stories to life with their productions over the past 40 years and now its is bringing the epic musical “Moses” to the big screen in hopes of highlighting the man behind the tablets.
When prison authorities discovered Aaron Hernandez’s body April 19, one of the first things they noticed was that Hernandez left multiple references to one specific Biblical Passage before committing suicide.