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For the last 13 years, the Olympic men’s 100-meter title has been held by one man: Jamaica’s Usain Bolt. But that will change in Tokyo, with Bolt retired. And the frontrunner to claim the title is an American.
Days before South African Olympic swimmer Tatjana Schoenmaker set a new Olympic record in women's swimming, she first took to social media to openly express her Christian faith and pray to God to give her peace and an attitude of gratitude no matter the outcome.
Hollywood actress Candace Cameron Bure apologized for a TikTok video that some fans criticized as being “seductive and weird,” saying she was attempting to show the power of the Holy Spirit, not be sexy.
Despite thousands of new COVID-19 infections being discovered daily along with hundreds of deaths from the disease, nearly half of South African trust prayer as a more effective remedy against it than approved vaccines a new survey shows.
A Republican congressman accused House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Democrats of hypocrisy after a mask mandate was reintroduced for vaccinated representatives while the Biden administration continues to transport COVID-19 positive migrants across the country without notifying local health authorities.
A grandson of the late evangelist Billy Graham Jonathan Lotz has been moved out of the intensive care unit and is now in rehab while battling COVID-19. His mother, Anne Graham Lotz, credits prayer for his recovery.
Over 350 volunteers affiliated with the international evangelical humanitarian organization Samaritan's Purse have partnered with a church to bring emotional, spiritual and physical support to the victims of the flooding that killed over 200 people across Europe this month.
'Jesus is worth it': Ontario church fined additional $85K for worship service, violating lockdown orders
A Canadian pastor whose church has been fined over $80,000 a second time for holding a worship service during Ontario's ongoing restrictions on church gatherings said: "Jesus is worth it."
Popular rock and blues guitarist Eric Clapton announced that he is engaging in a “passive rebellion” and will not play at venues requiring attendees to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
A federal court has ordered that a small ancient fragment depicting a portion of the Epic of Gilgamesh be forfeited by the Museum of the Bible two years after federal agents confiscated the artifact.
Sen. Tom Cotton rebuked Coca-Cola's CEO for human rights Wednesday for refusing to acknowledge China's genocide of Uyghur Muslims and other religious minorities, calling it a "disgraceful bootlicking of the Chinese Communist Party."
I have lived and worked in places where I escaped the outbreak of civil war, was shot at in the marketplace, and nearly lost my toes from frostbite because the heating in our compound turned off. The Lord took all the inner fortitude and discipline of my past and combined it with the courage and strength that comes from being in relationship with Him.