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There are an estimated 10 million tithers in America that donate more than $50 billion annually to religious and charitable causes. A new 5-year constituency study released by the State of the Plate gives an inside, in-depth lo...
Jesus once healed a man suffering from leprosy. Overwhelmed by what had just happened, he fell at Jesus’ feet in gratitude. Outside of other crusty lepers, Jesus is the first person this man would have gotten close to in years.
At 81, Barbara Marks is among the last 17 leprosy patients Hawaii banished to the remote peninsula of Kalaupapa. Over more than 100 years, beginning in 1866, more than 8,000 were separated from their families and taken to this...
Billy Graham offered to "do all I can to help” GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney in a Thursday (Oct. 11) meeting at the evangelist's North Carolina home.
In 1347, a woman (let’s call her Leticia) walked into St. Stephen’s Church to commit a horrible sin, and she knew it. Despite her attempts to win back her faithless husband, he kept falling further away. Desperate and dying...
ASSIST News Service has confirmed that Youcef Nadarkhani, the Church of Iran pastor sentenced to death for apostasy, has been released and is now at home with his family.
When I was a child my family lived hand to mouth. We were loved and we were cared for, but the cupboards were often bare.
Rimsha Masih is likely to be cleared of the blasphemy charge against her, but never will be able to return home, her lawyer says.
Arts & Culture
Representatives from The Digital Bible Society were in London this month for the 2012 Summer Olympics. Working with an established London ministry dedicated to sharing the Gospel with the hundreds of thousands of Arabic spea...
Citing his Roman Catholic faith, a Las Vegas, Nevada, man nearly beaten to death in a brutal, random home invasion that also killed his beloved wife and ten year old daughter, has forgiven his attacker.