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'God Never Gives Up on You': Max Lucado Reveals He Fought a Secret Battle with Alcohol

On the outside, author and minister Max Lucado had it all together. He was part of a thriving church, had top-selling books in the hands of people all over the country, and was designated the "Best Preacher in America." But Lucado recently opened up about how he secretly drank alcohol to deal with the stress and pressure of ministry.  

'They Wanted Jesus... It Was so Sincere': Author Jennie Allen Shares About Mass Baptism at Auburn

God is continuing to move mightily on college campuses across the country, with one of the latest campuses to experience revival being Auburn University in Alabama.  Recently, a Christian event inside Auburn's Neville Arena led to roughly 200 students spontaneously being baptized in a nearby lake afterward.  

Very High, Very Fast: Teens Are Vaping Super-Potent Marijuana and Parents Are Often Clueless

Teenagers are participating in a dangerous trend that's sweeping the nation. A growing number of America's youths, even as young as 11 years old, are vaping THC, the ingredient in marijuana that makes a person "high." And it's way more risky than most people realize.

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Worship Together to Usher in the Messiah

More than a thousand Christians gathered last week for a special international conference called "Gather America" in Dallas, Texas. The event was co-founded by Joshua Aaron, an award-winning American-Israeli Messianic singer, along with his brother, Jason Eli.

Netanyahu, Biden Meet to Talk Iran and Saudi Normalization; PM Gets White House Invitation

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Joe Biden finally met at a Manhattan hotel Wednesday, nearly 9 months after the prime minister took office. The meeting took place as world leaders assembled for the gathering of the United Nations General Assembly. In New York, Biden also invited Netanyahu to the White House sometime before the end of the year. Many in Israel had considered it a snub that the administration invited President Isaac Herzog to the White House this summer, but had refused to extend an offer for Netanyahu to visit Washington.

Deion Sanders and Team Forgive Player Whose Late Hit Sent Star to Hospital with Lacerated Liver

University of Colorado Buffaloes Head Coach Deion Sanders stood up for Colorado State safety Henry Blackburn on Tuesday after he received death threats for a late hit that sent the Buffaloes' two-way star Travis Hunter to the hospital with a lacerated liver.