Pastor and Plumber Help East Palestine Residents, Months After Toxic Spill: 'By the Grace of God'
For some, this has become a crisis of uncertainty due to the long-term impact of the derailment and spill. Pastor Sevacko, though, sees a resilient community leaning on their faith that God will heal their land.
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'We're Living in the End Times': Bible Scholar Breaks Down Israel's Prophetic Place in the Bible and Today's Headlines
Dr. Jeffrey Johnson, founder of Israel Today Ministries and author of the book, “Hope Rising: Messianic Promise,” recently decried the “growing anti-Semitism” he said has gone “global.”
'I Could Feel the Presence of the Lord': Valedictorian Shares Full Gospel During Graduation Speech
A Texas valedictorian boldly took the stage during her high school graduation and told more than 10,000 people all about Jesus and the free gift of salvation that completely changed her life.
'Take Back the Rainbow:' Former Transgender, Lesbian Drug Dealer's Mandate from God
Nichol Collins lived as a lesbian and drug dealer for 20 years. But now she's a Christian who stands up for God and her faith. After breaking free, Collins says God gave her a mandate.
'The Chosen' Creator Addresses Pride Flag Flap After Accepting K-Love Fan Award
The faith-based hit series "The Chosen" won its second K-LOVE Fan Award Saturday for its powerful depiction of Jesus feeding the 5,000, but the big moment came in the middle of a controversy. The day after receiving the award, the series' director and creator addressed the online debate about a gay pride flag spotted in a promotional video, saying the production company does not "have a religious or political litmus test."
Conservative Student Group Booted from University of Buffalo Campus
The student chapter of the Young Americans for Freedom (YAF), and three individual students, have sued the University of Buffalo. They allege university officials and the Student Association are trying to put an end to the student group because of its ties to a national organization called Young America's Foundation.
'It was Tough': WWII Veterans Return to Utah Beach to Commemorate D-Day
Looking at the vastness of Utah Beach, its sand blowing in strong wind and bright sunshine, made Robert Gibson’s memory of D-Day even more vivid. “It was tough,” the 99-year-old veteran said of the moment when he landed there on June 6, 1944, alongside more than 150,000 other Allied troops.
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Record Western Snowpack Buys Time for Agreement on Managing Region's Depleted Water Supply
Major winter storms in the western states left the Rocky Mountains with one of the largest snow packs on record. As that snow melts it's expected to help the depleted reservoirs of the Colorado River, which provides water for 7 states. The Colorado River feeds Lakes Powell and Mead, the nation's largest reservoirs, serving 40 million Americans across the states of California, Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, Wyoming, Utah and New Mexico. It would be a catastrophe if the water stopped flowing. Last year, as the reservoirs began to reach dangerously low levels, the federal government stepped in, ordering those states to significantly reduce water use.
Aggressive Chinese Warship Gets Dangerously Close to US Destroyer, Risking Disaster
New video today shows just how close a Chinese warship came to a U.S. military destroyer in the Taiwan Strait on Saturday – roughly 150 yards – nearly causing a collision.
Jerusalem Prayer Breakfast Extends Global Reach to Make Israel a 'Praise' on Earth
Hundreds of Jews and Christians gathered this week for the 7th annual Jerusalem Prayer Breakfast. The meeting follows the biblical command to pray for the peace of Jerusalem. Representatives from nearly 50 nations joined this year's event. Michele Bachmann, co-chair of the prayer breakfast and dean of Regent University's School of Government explained, "It's very simple. It's not political. Our mission is to pray for the peace of Jerusalem."