Politicians and media around the world have reacted with horror, incomprehension and weary resignation to news that an 18-year-old gunman had murdered 19 children and two teachers in America’s 27th school shooting so far this year.
Marking Good Friday ahead of Easter Sunday, TODAY’s Craig Melvin travels to Dallas, Texas, to sit down with Bishop T.D. Jakes for a conversation centered on faith during challenging times. “The very symbol of Christianity centers around the cross and the pain and the resurrection, […]
SUFFERING IN SILENCE Ruth Graham, the third daughter of famed evangelist Billy Graham, was known as a kind, quiet child. This Graham child would become no firebrand preacher’s kid. From childhood through early adulthood, Ruth carefully put on her Sunday smile to hide the pain […]
Could you forgive someone who murdered your family member? Or was an MIA parent? Absent, neglectful or abusive fathers can leave lifetime scars. The Streets Were My Father depicts three sons who experienced it all, and have turned their corners in dramatic, inspiring ways.
The month of June has become a yearly event when the LGBTQ community celebrates their pride in their lifestyles. The rainbow, God’s sign of His covenant to never again use a flood to destroy the earth, has now been appropriated as a symbol of pride in […]
From our friends at www.pray4rohingya.org “Where can we find a home? Where can we find security? Where can we find hope?” As I sat across the table from seven Rohingya men, my mind flashed back to a week earlier when I prayed “God, I’m losing hope […]