The 8-year Anniversary of Haiti Earthquake

On January 12, 2010, Haiti was struck by a devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake. It is estimated that over 200,000 lives were lost while hundreds of thousands of survivors were displaced. Today, January 12, 2018, marks the 8-year anniversary of that earthquake.

If You Weren’t Afraid What Would You Do?

If You Weren’t Afraid What Would You Do? By Beckie Lindsey Perhaps you’ve noticed the growing trend to choose a word of the year in January. Why choose a word of the...

The Influence of Young People: What YouthQuake Live Accomplishes in Jax

The clearest impact of a typical YouthQuake Live event can be seen at its altar calls, where affected teens can sit with YQL cast members and hear about the radical love of God from their peers.

Breaking Chains Through Art

Breaking Chains Through Art – An Interview with Aeron Brown By Cindy Powell Aeron Brown knows a thing or two about the healing power of art. A professional artist for the...

Iranian Ironies

On December 28, 2017, thousands of Iranian citizens took to streets, particularly in Israel – who Iran swears to wipe off the face of the map – calling out against a stagnant economy and high cost of living.

Comforting Food: Chicken Meatball Soup

Comforting Food: Chicken Meatball Soup By Patty Schell Everywhere I go, someone is talking about the colds and flu that are going around. It seems every household has been invaded. Chicken...

Hello,Tomorrow

Hello, Tomorrow By Zachary Elliott I had the joy of seeing my brother Andy on the last day of 2017 and the first day of 2018. We have many things in...

South Korean Churches Embrace New Worship Style

Churches in South Korea are finding new ways to attract more congregants.

The 45th Annual March for Life: January 19th in Washington, D. C.

The 45th annual March for Life, the world’s largest pro-life demonstration, will take place on January 19 in the nation’s capital. The theme for this year is "Love Saves...

Pilgrims to Jerusalem Reached an All-time High of 3.6M

Israel's Ministry of Tourism announced that 3.6 million tourists visited the country in 2017. Twenty-five percent of them went for religious purposes, reports Israeli financial newspaper Globes English.