I saw a lovely commercial on TV the other day, it had a family singing in the van and actually enjoying each others company. The kids were happy the mom relaxed and the dad actually smiling. This is not my family.… Click here to read more
A fourth grader used what she learned during a science fair project to save her grandpa’s life.
Sophia Tabors entered her school’s science fair using a project on strokes.
“My other grandpa had a stroke and during that stroke I’m like, ‘Well it’d be interesting to find out why strokes happen and what causes them,’” Tabors said.… Click here to read more
You’d have to be living under a rock not to notice how the world seems to be spinning out of control politically, economically, spiritually and even meteorologically.
From escalating acts of terrorism around the world to unprecedented weather patterns above it, students of Scripture are watching as Jesus’ prophetic words unfold into reality:
“For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom.… Click here to read more
Two Christian colleges—Eastern Mennonite University and Goshen College—announced Monday that they will change their hiring procedures to permit the hiring of faculty members who are in same-sex marriages.
While such a policy would not be surprising at most colleges and universities, it represents a dramatic shift in Christian higher education.… Click here to read more
I love church. I love working for the church, but at times, I felt like it was becoming so much work. I was focusing on music, media, and creating a theme for a service. I wanted to make it be the best it could.… Click here to read more
On July 4th, I went to the local “big” store, and saw the workers putting up displays for “Back to School.” I look forward to the special sales on school items, new pencils, new notebooks! New year of school!!! By the end of August, the aisle will be crowded with hurried parents getting ready for the new school year!… Click here to read more
When most of us go to conferences and ministry events to learn as pastors, we are used to the headliners being name draw speakers who started their churches and grew them to thousands, often against exceptional odds. Thousands will fill rooms to hear them speak, and I go to hear them as well!… Click here to read more
Shreveport teenagers held hands and prayed for their city Saturday night, one week after a shooting that injured 8 young people at a late-night gathering.
The gathering was held at the Southern Maid on Hearne near the scene of the shooting.… Click here to read more
We here at Jesus Name news don’t just want to post the news, but we also want to let our readers know when there are hoaxes being sent around the Internet. A “news” story has been going around the Internet in the last few days and we want to keep all of you, our readers, aware of the truth of what is happening:
The news story is saying that a Vermont pastor has been sentenced to one year in prison for refusing to marry a gay couple.… Click here to read more
By Jennifer Williams-Fields
After more than 24 hours of labor, I’m exhausted and barely awake; yet, I recognize the baby screaming from the nursery as my own. I’m a mom. The nurses bring him to me to soothe him. He continues to scream as I try to latch him to my breast.… Click here to read more
So, recently I have had some things happen that have made me feel pretty much like I had/have no one. I feel basically alone and useless. Yes, I text some friends and talk to people, but when you are at that place in God where you just feel alone, like the presence was stripped from you and you are struggling to get back into it.… Click here to read more