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Some people question how others believe in things that you’ve never seen. That belief is defined as faith. Faith is the cornerstone of Christianity and other religions. We’ve never seen God walk in front of us, but we know that He exists. Coincidentally, the same idea exists in science. Scientists have never seen a neutron…

The courage that God provided Pastor Ndikumana saved countless lives that day.

The stage's inverted cross was said to be a 'portal to hell.'

The world-famous mummy was covered with 61 tattoos, each indicating a possible religious meaning according to researchers.

The American Life League believes that it is critical for the leader of the Catholic Church to consult with Biden to correct his pro-abortion stance.

Christmas is usually the time of year where people are the most giving, attempting to spread Christmas cheer wherever they go. Operation Christmas Child, an annual charity created by Christian relief agency Samaritan’s Purse, says that its mission is to demonstrate God’s love in a tangible way to children in need worldwide. Each year, families…

As he inspected the renovation and preservation efforts currently underway on the Salt Lake Temple, President Russell M. Nelson used three words: “massive, amazing and inspiring.”

The Governor says the vaccine is a "gift from God."

A new study from Arizona Christian University shows that while most Americans who identify as Christians believe in God, more than half reject some biblical principles and teachings, including the Holy Spirit’s presence. For most Christians, the Holy Spirit is the third divine person of the Trinity. Is it also recognized as God’s power in…

As candidates campaign across California ahead of the recall election on September 14th, faith communities have become a hub for reaching potential voters. Religion has played a major role on the campaign trail in recent weeks as concerns have grown over California’s COVID-19 restrictions, which greatly limited in-person worship. When looking at all the candidates,…

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