SoCal Resident Stays Optimistic Despite Testing Positive for COVID-19

Colleen Myers said she is among the San Bernardino County residents who have tested positive for COVID-19, and she wants to help others who might go through the same...

High Desert Church Hosts Ladies Night Out

Calling all ladies. Start your holiday shopping early and enjoy a night out with the gals. High Desert Church Victorville campus (HDC) will host a special “Ladies Night Out”...

SoCal Harvest Crusade 2019

The senior pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship, Greg Laurie, will host the 30th Annual SoCal Harvest Crusade at Angel's Stadium in Anaheim, Aug. 23 - 25. The 3-day event is...

A Prayer for Those Who Mourn the Gilroy Shooting

My heart twisted when I heard the news on Sunday—another mass shooting. A 19-year-old man opened fire at a garlic festival in Gilroy, California, killing three people and wounding 12...

The National Day of Prayer is this Thursday, May 2 – Will You Pray?

Tomorrow millions of Americans will unite for a common purpose: prayer. From churches to local businesses to the steps of city halls to neighborhoods, schools, and public gathering places all...

Pro-life Pastor Hosts ‘Day of Mourning’

Apple Valley Pastor Isabella Simpson from Spirit Life Church will host a live stream to a national event growing in popularity by pro-life activists called the Day of Mourning....

A Blessed Lent

A Blessed Lent By Martha J. Orlando "When you fast, don't make yourselves look sad like the hypocrites. They put a look of suffering on their faces so that people will...

10,000 Prayers and Counting: Praying for Sophia

10,000 Prayers and Counting: Praying for Sophia By Beckie Lindsey A nine-year-old girl, Sophia Campa Peters from Brownfield, Texas has a big request: get the whole world to pray for her...

The “Real” One Best Idea for Ending Sexual Assault

By David Kubal The Washington Post recently asked sixteen leaders what one thing they would change to end sexual harassment in their particular fields. They published an article, entitled “The...

What to do After You’ve Messed Up

Sometimes smart people do dumb things, wise people do foolish things, and even the godly do ungodly things. Regardless of how we mess up, we share one thing in common: we all make mistakes.
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