How proud these parents are when their pastor calls them up onto the platform to honor their son.
Through the wonders of technology — or so their pastor tells them — Mom and Dad’s young U.S. Marine Corps sergeant, deployed in Iraq, is going to offer the closing prayer at the end of the Sunday morning worship service.
As they bow their heads with the congregation and hear their boy’s voice — as he prays for them on Father’s Day, both Mom and Dad wipe their eyes — trying to keep their emotions in check.
But then, after the sergeant says “Amen,” they have a surprise.
Hispanics turning evangelical, Jews secular Worship service attendance is up in New York City, but down among young adult Jews, according to recent studies. On the other hand, fewer Spanish-speaking teens are attending Catholic mass, but more are showing up at Evangelical churches.
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Billy Graham: I know where I'm going “Daddy thinks the Lord will allow him to live to 95,” said Franklin Graham recently.
It was not a prophecy but a hope, Franklin explained, that he would live to see the beginning of a Christian re
How can Christians defend themselves against today's random violence? So, a crazed gunman opens fire and you’re caught in the middle. How can you survive? Heroes come in all sorts of packages. And they wield all sorts of defensive weapons.
Such as guns and Jesus. Sometimes both at the same time.
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