See You at the Pole (SYATP) is an annual meeting for public prayer held on the fourth Wednesday in September in which Christian students from elementary school to college level meet at the school flagpole to pray.
For the past seven years, Ohio Right to Life has been on the front lines helping to educate citizens about pro-life issues as well as working to get pro-life legislation passed.
Once you hear about the more than 3,000 people who have received prayer sitting on Andy and Mary-Crothers Anderson's 'prayer couch' located at Desert Chaple Thrift Store, your faith in miracles just might increase.
VATICAN CITY (AP) -- Wishing for a year better than 2015, Pope Francis on Friday called for an end to the "arrogance of the...
A nine-year-old girl, Sophia Campa Peters from Brownfield, Texas has a big request: get the whole world to pray for her brain surgery January 26.
Pastor Steven Khoury leads an evangelical church in Bethlehem (Palestinian Authority) and has paid a price many times for both his faith and his...
Larry Tomczak, Intercessors for American Board member, recently wrote an article where he encourages those praying for the president. He spoke with Ralph Reed, former executive director of the Christian Coalition and currently president of Century Strategies, who spoke with key national leaders last month. Out of those meetings, Reed highlighted four primary areas where Christians must be faithful to pray.
Today ADRN works with more than 200 local churches, training volunteers across 12 different sectors of the city. These volunteers are being prepared to respond to a tragedy, to meet people at their point of greatest need.
The days following her husband’s death were very dark. There was even a point she didn’t think she could go on, but then when going through her husband’s things, she found his camouflage Bible he kept with him in Iraq. She opened it and her eyes landed on a scripture from James 4:7 which is her husband’s name and birthday:
I\'m confused. I’m serious. I was in Charlottesville, Virginia, during the riots and what I observed and what I saw in the media’s coverage are, for the most part, two very different narratives.