Children who have aged out of the foster care program now have a place to finish their high school diplomas, enroll in college, learn vocational skills and prepare for independent living through Phoenix First Assembly's new program.
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With this years holiday shopping season nearing, why not give a gift that truly transforms someones life?
In the four years since it launched, Feeding Children Everywhere has distributed 30 million meals to kids around the world. Yet just as remarkable is how its innovative founder is merging businesses, communities and the church for the gospel.
Author and cultural commentator Eric Metaxas is on a mission to rally the church to stand firm against the attacks on our religious freedoms, and to be the church by involving the gospel in everything we do.
Facebook needs to come up with a mechanism for blocking offensive "likes."
Speaking to pro-lifers in a sold-out ballroom, Dr. Ben Carson told the story of an American Civil Liberties Union director who speaks out of both sides of his mouth when it comes to those who can't speak for themselves.
Twice, a robbery suspects gun didnt fire while pointed at customers, and twice it fired when he stepped outside. Read what the suspects mother and police had to say about the miraculous phenomenon.
Gods Word has much to say about alleviating poverty and handling wealth. Watch as Convoy of Hope co-founder Dave Donaldson shares how Gods stimulus plan works.
This month Operation Christmas Child will give away the 100 millionth shoe box gift.
Don't allow your worship experience to become stale and predictable. Here's how you make it an exciting lifestyle.
Americans Jeremy and Jessica Courtney moved their family to war-torn Iraq to provide lifesaving medical care to Iraqi children. Are you willing to move from your comfort zone?
With 71 percent of Latinos voting to re-elect President Obama, there's no doubt the immigration issue was a key concern. Here are 10 considerations that Christians should bear in mind about the immigration debate.
Students from charismatic Lee University have started People for Care & Learning, which isn't just clothing and feeding widows and orphans but building an entire city for them.
Known as Papa Joe to the hundreds of inner-city families he helps, Joe Bradford has a powerful testimony that reads like a movie. This month his story comes to the big screen via Unconditionala film as inspiring as Papa Joes ministry.
World Vision has developed a game that is not only fun, but also gives players a chance to help nourish hungry children and families in impoverished communities around the world.
It was love at first sight for Katie Davisnot an abnormal feeling for a senior in high school. But for Davis, it was life-changing, not merely emotional.
Philip Cameron never planned on extending his family, nor had he envisioned creating a refuge for potential sex slaves. Yet his efforts to transform orphans into walking testimonies of Gods love are now transforming a country.