A lot of people grew up watching Billy Graham on TV, and for some, his direct preaching style made it seem like he was talking just to them.
But the real power behind Mr. Graham's preaching has always been the Gospel. Countless viewers have made commitments to Christ during a Billy Graham Classics program over the last few decades.
Even Billy Graham tunes in occasionally. His healthcare team in Montreat, North Carolina, turns on the TV Classics for him every Thursday and Saturday....More»
An 8-year-old, an Orthodox Jew, a convicted felon and a woman overcome with loneliness-they may be separated by age, background and circumstances, but all have the same basic need.
And that's the beauty of online evangelism-reaching people where they are.
Here are the stories of how seven people from all walks of life have been impacted by Search for Jesus (SFJ), the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association's internet evangelism ministry....More»
Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson wasn't looking to go viral on social media. But more than 850,000 people "liked" the raw emotion he shared in a 2014 Facebook post about racial strife in America.
The NFL player's honest conversation about the division between races connected with people. They shared his post more than 460,000 times and tens of thousands of people left comments....More»
EDMONTON, Alberta, March 13, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) - An alliance of Alberta's public sector unions, public school boards and teachers has called for the defunding of the province's 225 independent, mostly Christian schools that educate 34,000 students.
"Public funding for education should be focused on building the best public, Catholic, and Francophone school systems possible," said Joel French, executive director of Public Interest Alberta, the left-wing lobby group leading the attack. "Private schools in Alberta receive some of the highest subsidies in Canada, while core government campaign promises in education remain unfulfilled. We need a change of priorities."...More»
A week after disgruntled Princeton Theological Seminary alumni complained that Tim Keller, founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, should not receive the school's Kuyper Prize because of his church's position on the ordination of women and LGBT individuals, the seminary decided Wednesday not to give the award this year.
For over three decades the Stellar Awards have served as the premier gospel music event that honors those who've made an impact on the industry each year. Along with the awards given to the best in gospel entertainment come performances from notable voices in the industry.
OTTAWA, March 24, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) - Putting economic growth at the forefront, the Trudeau government's 2017 budget projects $7 billion in spending over the next 10 years to create new institutional daycare spaces in a move one faith-based critic called "soft coercion."
The measure would only make 40,000 new spaces by 2019, when Justin Trudeau's Liberal government is up for re-election. After that, the yearly allotment would increase from $550 million to $800 million. One news report said the timing of implementation was like dangling a carrot on a stick in front of the electorate....More»
A new report by the Pew Research Center has found that the overwhelming majority of Americans support paid family and medical leave for workers, Christian Telegraph reports according to Catholic News Agency.
More than 80 percent of adult Americans surveyed believe that women should have paid maternity leave, and just under 70 percent support paid paternity leave.
When it comes to paid leave for new fathers, there are significant generational differences. Of those under 30 years of age, 82 percent believe dads should get paid leave after a birth or adoption. Support drops to 76 percent among respondents from 30-49 years of age, and 59 percent for those 50 and older....More»