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Study Suggests Going to Church Promotes Better Sleep

A new study found that people who are active with the church tend to sleep better compared to people who are non-religious.

Proverbs 31 Ministry Hosts Writers Conference in July

“My life is like an open book.” Many of us have heard people use this expression. It is, in some ways, a metaphor for a person whose thoughts are easily...

Trump commended for halt to border family separations

Several Southern Baptist leaders commended President Trump's executive order Wednesday (June 20) addressing the separation of children from parents at the United States-Mexico border.

Catholic Schools Foster Self-Discipline Among Students

A new study shows that Catholic schools promote self-discipline among students better compared to public and private schools.

Comedian John Crist shares surprising details of his childhood and career

Crist joined the comedy circuit nine years ago, rooting himself in the world of Christian comedy where his niche-specific jokes.

U.S. Releases International Religious Freedom Report

The U.S. Department of State recently released its annual report on International Religious Freedom.

U.S. Bishops Hear Updates on V National Encuentro, Share the Journey Campaign, Synod on...

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), gathering June 13-14 in Fort Lauderdale, for their annual Spring General Assembly heard reports today

SBC resolutions affirm women, denounce abuse

Messengers to the 2018 SBC affirmed the dignity and worth of women, denounced all forms of abuse and called for sexual purity among Christian leaders in adopting 16 resolutions.

Patterson: ‘I will not preach the convention sermon’

Paige Patterson has withdrawn from preaching the convention sermon next week at the Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting in Dallas. As a result of that decision, Austin, Texas, pastor Kie Bowman will deliver the meeting's keynote message.

From Slavery to Feedom Through Forgiveness

If you met her today, you would never know there was a time Maria Suarez had no hope for her future. Subjected to circumstances that would break even the strongest among us, she spent her days fighting to stay safe and sane. She wasn’t living; she was barely surviving.
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REVIEW: ‘Instant Family’ has a great message about foster care, even if it’s not...

Instant Family conveys the gamut of emotions that a foster/adoptive family experiences -- including fear, anxiety and, most importantly, joy -- but tells the story through the lens of laughter.

Christians in North Korea “Desperate” to Acquire a Copy of the Bible

According to Rachel Godwin from World Help, Christians in North Korea are so desperate to get their hands on the Bible that they are willing to risk years in a labor camp or death.

Editor’s Window: Fairy Light Jars and Life

I like to make "crafty" things. It's neat to come up with ideas and then scour Pinterest for ways to make the perfect DIY...