Jaelene Hinkle: Taking A Stand For Her Faith

Jaelene Hinkle—who plays defense for the North Carolina Courage, made a public stand for her faith. In May, U.S. Soccer announced that both their men’s and women’s national teams would be wearing jerseys with rainbow-colored numbers on them for the month of June to support LGBTQ pride month. When Jaelene Hinkle heard of this decision, she withdrew […]

Jim Caviezel: Abortion Is America’s ‘Great Sin’

Passion of the Christ’s actor Jim Caviezel is an outspoken advocate for the pre-born and their right to life. Caviezel’s personal life is a live testimony to what he preaches. Jim and his wife Kerri have adopted two children from China with special needs. Their first child, Bo, was adopted after a traumatic five years experience with brain damage and was abandoned, […]

Who will receive the Mark of the Beast?

When Christians think of the mark of the beast, they commonly assume it will be some sort a tattoo or a hi-tech computerized microchip, such as an RFID chip that will be surgically inserted under human skin by the government. Others believe the mark will take the form of a national ID card without which no […]

David Boudia and Steele Johnson: Rio Olympics

When Team USA members David Boudia and Steele Johnson emerged from their final dive Aug. 8 at the Rio Olympics, they earned the the silver medal in men’s synchronized platform diving. (RNS) But the glory, both men said belonged to someone else. Boudia, 26, told NBC, “There’s been an enormous amount of pressure. I’ve felt […]

Allyson Felix: Olympic Gold Medalist

Allyson Felix is an American Olympic gold medalist. The Rio Olympics is her fourth Olympic games. CBN News named Felix one of the history’s most decorated female athletes that gained a list of Olympic championships and aquired a host of silver and gold medals in the 200-meter race, 4-by-400-meter relay, and 4-by-100-meter. Yet, there’s another […]

The Touch of the Master’s Hand

  The ‘mess of pottage’ motif is a commonly used theme in art and has been used very effectively in a number of classical literature works. It is employed to depict how something immediately attractive, but of little value, is accepted foolishly and carelessly, in exchange for somewhat more distant and perhaps less tangible, but immensely […]

Michelle Pfeiffer was in a cult? :-o

Michelle Pfeiffer the star of “Batman Returns” made a shocking revelation, during a recent interview with The Sunday Telegraph’s Stella magazine, that she was once involved in a cult when she first began her Hollywood career. Pfeiffer was part of a group run by a very controlling couple who believed in breatharianism. A “breatharian”  is […]

Modern Israel and Bible Prophecy

Today around the globe, millions interested in Bible prophecy have their eyes fixed on Jerusalem. Best-selling author Dave Hunt speaks of his views on the back cover of his popular book, A Cup of Trembling. He writes: “Fast-moving events in the Middle East point almost daily toward the grand finale—the time of greatest suffering for […]

For Atheists and Agnostics

Suppose someone you loved lay dying, and the doctor offered to try a new “miracle drug” that he could not guarantee but that would have a 50-50 chance of saving your beloved’s life. Would it be reasonable to try that drug? Certainly! Suppose that God might or might not exist. It is a gamble whether […]