Easter and the American Tradition of Revival—It Can Happen Again!
By Kelly OConnell
On Easter, the God of spiritual redemption and revival is celebrated. Coincidentally, no single factor has been more influential in the conception and formation of America, than Christian revivals in US history. The first colonial Americans were religious dissenters and reformers.Hosanna in the Highest!
By A.J. Cameron
In the hustle and bustle of a chaotic world, it is easy to compartmentalize the various aspects of our lives. We have family, work or school and leisure activities during our waking hours, and we can tend to place God in a box, of sorts, so that we can pursue our earthly endeavors.The Shroud of Turin—the Fabric of Our Faith
By William Kevin Stoos
“Except I shall see in his hands the print of the nails and put my finger into the print of the nails and thrust my hand into his side, I will not believe.” —John 20:25An Easter Message from Israel
By Ari Bussel
While we, the Saturday People, celebrate Passover, you, the Sunday People, are celebrating Easter. At sunset, as Easter Sunday ends, the last day of our Passover holiday this year begins.The Obama press conference — a smug, shameful liar on display
By Greg Halvorson
Did you see the latest Obama presser? If so, I’m sorry, because you watched a man who’s made lying an art, his life’s work and legacy, elevating the heretofore shameful practice of degeneracy to levels that could make a polygraph smoke.