Good News from the Middle East Comes to East Texas

East Texans who attended the One for Israel benefit dinner recently held at Green Acres Baptist Church in Tyler, Texas were treated to something exciting – good news out of the Middle East!

Religious People are Less Likely to Drink Alcohol

Religiously active people are less likely to drink alcohol than those who are not as religious, a recent Pew Research Center survey showed.

Senate Blocks Bill to Protect Babies Born Alive after Abortion: What Can We Do?

The Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act fell short of the 60 votes it needed to move forward, as only 53 senators supported the measure while 44 voted against it....

Trump Vows to Defend Life During Prayer Bfast

US President Donald Trump pushed his pro-life stance during the annual National Prayer Breakfast on February 7, 2019 in Washington D.C.

Funeral Mass held for War Hero, Chief Warrant Officer Jonathan Farmer

Funeral services were held today at St. Patrick's Church in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, for Chief Warrant Officer Jonathan Farmer, who was killed in a suicide bomb attack in...

Study: Nearly Half of Christian Millennials Say Evangelism is Wrong

New research from California-based Barna Group reveals that almost half of practicing Christians in the US think that evangelism is wrong.

Bible Translation Within Reach of Millions of People Worldwide

More than 600 language groups from around the world now have the chance to have the Bible translated into their vernacular.

What a ‘Night to Shine’

The last few weeks have been contentious, to say the least. Every time I turn on the television, I hear about crime, murder, riots, attacks, and our nation’s political...

Research Suggests Religious People Are Happier

According to a recent Pew research, people who identify with a religious group and are active in church tend to be happier, and more civically engaged.

Trump Supports Bible Literacy Classes

U.S. President Donald Trump praised the efforts of several lawmakers to push for Bible literacy classes in public schools.
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