Reporter : Lauren Leigh Noske
  • Three Years Anniversary of Japan's Fukushima Earthquake

    Three Years after 3/11 Japan's Fukushima Earthquake, Displaced Families Still In Need [Pictures]

    The earthquake on March 11, 2011 and subsequent tsunami which damaged the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan is said to be the most devastating catastrophe in history. Tens of thousands of people lost their lives, and millions evacuated their homes because of nuclear radiation in the Fukushima region. While billions of dollars in aid has helped with disaster relief, numerous families are still displaced and in need of assistance.
  • Sadie, Korie, and Lisa Robertson - Duck Dynasty

    'Duck Dynasty' Star Sadie Robertson: Don’t Let Fame Shake Your Faith

    "Duck Dynasty" teen Sadie Robertson was recently interviewed by FOX411 about how her faith has helped her to stay grounded as a young reality television celebrity. The show, whose last episode pulled in over six million viewers, has catapulted the Robertson family to much fame and fortune.
  • Shane Anderson Kidnapped Mexico Man

    How a Kidnapped Man in Mexico Prayed and Followed God’s Leading to Freedom

    Shane Andersen was kidnapped for thirty-six hours just outside of Monterrey, Mexico last September; he had been fishing with a co-worker when three young men suddenly pulled up in a truck and kidnapped them with semi-automatic rifles. Thankfully, both Andersen and his co-worker survived the horrifying ordeal, and he gives credit and thanks to God for being with him and for helping him regain his freedom.
  • Transgender Bathroom

    Why did California Transgender Teen Lie about Hate Crime?

    A California transgender student has admitted to lying about a hate crime incident she reported to police Monday morning. The unnamed girl had reported that three male students had physically and sexually assaulted her while she was using the boy's restroom.
  • Lent

    Why and How Some Christians Observe Lent – Can Fasting be Sinful?

    Whether you are a Catholic or Protestant Christian, you might follow the tradition of fasting from something for Lent. Though there is no teaching in the Bible to fast before celebrating the resurrection of Christ, the Catholic tradition of fasting for 40 days prior to Easter is in part based on Jesus' fast in the wilderness just after His baptism. If you choose to partake, be mindful that there are two ways to fast - one that is sinful, and one that blesses both the Lord and our hearts.
  • Joining Hands

    Medi-Share: Do You Want A Christian Alternative to Obamacare?

    Christians nationwide are helping to share one another's medical bills through Medi-Share, a network of believers which is exempt from the Affordable Care Act requirements to purchase health insurance. Medi-Share members pay monthly premiums and submit claims to their network, just like regular insurance companies; what is unique to the Christian Care Ministry is that members' medical plans are more tailored to their family's values and needs, and their bills are shared by other brothers and sisters in Christ who have committed to a Biblical, healthy lifestyle.
  • Arizona Govenor Jan Brewer

    After Pressure from Google, Apple, Arizona Governor Vetoes Religious Freedom Bill SB1062

    After facing strong opposition to the bill from gay-rights activist groups, Governor Jan Brewer vetoed Senate Bill 1062 (SB1062) Wednesday citing that the legislation “does not address a specific or present concern related to religious liberty in Arizona.” The bill would have protected business owners who refuse service to clients for genuine religious reasons.
  • Arizona Bill Discriminate Gay Rights

    Arizona Bill Gives Businesses Freedom to Discriminate Based on Religion, Gay-Rights Activists Protest

    The Arizona legislature recently passed SB1062, a bill which gives business owners in the state the right to refuse service because of religious beliefs. Although gay-rights activists have stirred up quite the controversy over the legislation, supporters of the bill maintain that the bill is meant to protect religious freedom and not to promote discrimination. Republican Governor Jan Brewer will have until the end of the week to either sign the legislation into law or veto it.
  • Duck Dynasty

    Duck Dynasty to Sponsor College Football Independence Bowl, NASCAR Race

    It was recently announced that the Robertson family's Duck Commander business will be the title sponsor of both a NASCAR race at the Texas Motor Speedway and the college football Independence Bowl in Shreveport, Louisiana. The "Duck Dynasty" clan has much appreciation for each of the sports, and their Duck Commander hunting products likely appeal to many in the NASCAR and football arenas.
  • Stephen Curry

    Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry Shares His Christian Faith

    National Basketball Association (NBA) point guard Stephen Curry shared his faith in Jesus Christ in a recent Decision Magazine article. In spite of his immense success as a basketball player, Curry has done well to deflect attention from himself to his Savior.
  • John Piper

    John Piper at Linger Conference 2014: Pilgrim Worship

    As part of the 2014 Linger Conference, Dr. John Piper encouraged Christians to worship the Lord in light of this temporal life and the treasure that is ours in Christ, Whom we will reign with forever and ever in eternity. The conference was centered on lingering with the Lord - abiding in Him and spending extended time with Him over Valentine's Day weekend.
  • Figure Skating and Marriage

    What Olympic Figure Skating Teaches about Marriage

    In a recent post on, John Ensor reflected on the God-given roles of husbands and wives as displayed by the Sochi Winter Olympics figure skating partners. "At its best, this event displays the strength and beauty of unity: how two different people become one. The gold goes to that couple which has most mastered the skill of male leadership and female support making one glorious whole," he says.
  • Noah Movie

    Hollywood Movie 'Noah' Strays from Bible, Disappoints Christians

    The upcoming Paramount film, "Noah," has largely received negative reviews from Christian audiences because of the liberty that director Darren Aronofsky took to veer from the Biblical text. Though the film had a large budget and a cast which includes Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Emma Watson, and Anthony Hopkins, many Christians - the intended target audience for the film - are disappointed with Hollywood's inaccurate portrayal of the word of God.
  • Valentine's Day

    Valentine’s Day 2014: History, Thoughtful, Romantic Gift Ideas for Her & for Him

    This Valentine's Day, be sure to encourage your spouse with thoughtful words and gifts that will express your gratitude and love for them; below is a list of gift ideas for him and for her, along with a brief history of the romantic holiday. While the historical origin of St. Valentine's Day has its roots in Christianity, the holiday has come to have little religious affiliation and largely focuses on romance and friendship.
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