Kurt Warner Honored with Award for Character and Leadership

The Bart Starr Award has been presented each year during the NFL-sanctioned Super Bowl Breakfast, which emphasizes faith in football and honors those who have shown exceptional character. Recently retired NFL quarterback Kurt Warner was presented with the 2010 Bart Starr Award Saturday for exhibiting outstanding character and leadership in the home, on the field... Continue Reading

Michael Vick Presents New, God-First Image

“God has blessed with a second chance that is something I will value forever. “I don’t want to let Him down.” Pro-football player Michael Vick got two unique shots this past week to reveal to the public how 18 months in prison and his newfound faith has made him a new man – a different... Continue Reading

Top Comments on Tim Tebow Superbowl Ad

The web is alive with commentary about the Focus on the Family ad during the Superbowl; here are a few of my favorites this morning 1. From Commentary by Michael Christy on University of Kentucky Student Newspaper the Kentucky Kernel. If you are going to have a commercial about the abortion debate, this is how... Continue Reading

EPC Pastor Eddie (Ed) Gene Davis, 58, Dies Unexpectedly

Davis was pastor of Christ Fellowship Church of Fort Collins. Services will be held at 6 p.m., Tuesday, February 9, 2010 at Timberline Church, 2908 Timberline Road. Ed was born April 3, 1953 in Camp Gordon, Ga. He lived with his family in Haswell, Colorado until the age of 9. He then lived in the... Continue Reading

EPC Deacon. Hampton Roads Top Longshoreman Official, Dies at 83

Mr. Brown was elected as the union’s youngest president in 1968, a position he held until 1985, when he was selected as the ILA’s international vice president. Edward L. Brown Sr., the top Hampton Roads official of the International Longshoremen’s Association who was among the most respected members of the local port community, died Friday... Continue Reading

PCA Surgeon From South Carolina Recalls Challenges In Haiti

“We need engineers, teachers, people who can give them food and comfort. We need common people to go down there to get those people to turn from voodoo, in a country whose life expectancy is 55-58 years.” For some people, missions are a concern. For Orangeburg surgeon Dr. Julius ”Brush” Babb, they’re a passion. A... Continue Reading

Remembering Ronald Reagan

Ronald Reagan was an American legend, icon and the perpetual hero in the white hat. For many he represents that ideal of a great leader we find severely lacking in today’s political culture. Saturday, February 6th marked the 99th birthday of former President Ronald Wilson Reagan. Ronald Reagan was a movie star, television star, the... Continue Reading

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


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