North Korea Releases American Missionary

Officials with the United States Embassy in Beijing said Robert Park arrived there early Saturday, February 6, and was expected to be flown to the U.S. later in the day. Amid international pressure, North Korea, released an American missionary Saturday, February 6, and sent him to China after holding him for more than a month,... Continue Reading

Two Christians Murdered in Florida For Witnessing

Why the National Media Blackout? “The increasing demonization of Christians in our culture makes some feel its open season on Christians.” Anti-Christian hostility is getting increasingly deadly as this week’s tragic events demonstrate,” said Dr. Gary Cass of the Christian Anti-Defamation Commission. “The increasing demonization of Christians in our culture makes some feel its open... Continue Reading

Religion in the Colt’s locker room

“Coach (Jim) Caldwell comes out some mornings and throws a Bible verse on the board and you look at it and read it and you are like… Tony Dungy no longer coaches the Colts, but that doesn’t mean religion is any less a topic during Super Bowl week. “Coach (Jim) Caldwell comes out some mornings... Continue Reading

Former RTS President, ARP Pastor Is Now Coaching Peyton Manning

“A lot of things about winning and succeeding in life come from biblical principles…” With Super Bowl XLIV only a few days away, the lights are on early here at the Indianapolis Colts’ hotel conference room, with more than a half dozen coaches huddled together. But the Colts’ coaches weren’t working on a secret plan... Continue Reading

Billy Graham tops poll of most influential living preachers

Protestant pastors ranked Billy Graham by far the most influential living preacher in survey results released Feb. 2 by LifeWay Research. Asked to name three living Christian preachers that most influence them, 21 percent of pastors named Graham, 91, who has preached to more than 200 million people in 185 countries. That is three times... Continue Reading

Edwin Meese III to Speak at 2010 Hillsdale College Commencement

Hillsdale College is pleased to announce that former U.S. Attorney General Edwin Meese III will be the speaker at its 158th Commencement Ceremony on May 8, 2010. Mr. Meese is the Ronald Reagan Distinguished Fellow in Public Policy and Chairman of the Center for Legal and Judicial Studies at the Heritage Foundation. During the Reagan... Continue Reading

Senator-Elect Brown’s Church – no white steeple or stained glass windows – and ‘The Message’

New England Chapel in Franklin, Massachusetts may conjure up images of a white steeple and impressive stained glass windows. But Scott Brown’s church is nothing special on the outside. It’s hidden in a drab industrial park in Franklin and only identified as a church with a plain sign that reads “New England Chapel.” It’s what... Continue Reading

Do Saints have a prayer of winning? Hattiesburg pastors weigh in

Fans of the New Orleans Saints have had to stare up at the heavens asking for 43 years, ‘Why?’ in regards to gut-wrenching losses and seemingly implausible outcomes against the beloved Saints. …If divine forces are at work here, is it OK to pray for the Saints to win the Super Bowl? The Rev. Sean... Continue Reading

Michael Vick to Star in Reality TV Series – Accused of playing the ‘Jesus’ Card

For those who have been unconvinced by the hailed turnaround of professional football player Michael Vick and his self-professed return to Christ since his involvement in an illegal dogfighting operation was brought to light, the upcoming BET reality series that he’ll be starring in should lay doubts to rest. Or it might fuel them. We’ll... Continue Reading

Rebecca St. James Speaks to Regent University Community

Grammy award-winning artist and best-selling author Rebecca St. James has kept busy since her teenage breakout as a major artist in the Christian music industry. Now in her 30s, she is adding a new credential to her already expansive resume: film. St. James visited Regent University’s School of Communication & the Arts to talk with... Continue Reading