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Award-winning author Leslie DeVooght writes Southern Romance set in her hometown, St. Simons Island, Georgia. Leslie has been published in Spark magazine, on the ACFW blog and the Florida Christian Writers Conference blog, and will be published in the Writer’s Digest Short, Short Story Anthology this spring. She also posts devotions and flash fiction weekly on her website, www.lesliedevooght.com and can be seen weekly on Facebook Live for Wacky Wednesdays from the Carline. Leslie loves cheering on her three children and date nights with her inspiring husband, who loves that she researches kissing. Keep up with Leslie on Facebook at Leslie Kirby DeVooght and on Twitter and Instagram @LeslieDeVooght.
Who doesn’t love a royal wedding? And in just a little over a month, we will get to witness Prince Harry marry Meghan Markle. But before that, we can enjoy a fairytale worthy romance story on the Hallmark Channel.
Thousands of Christians in the US signed a petition denouncing a lawmaker's call for Christian nationalism.
A study reported by The Washington Post notes people with the highest level of optimism live between 11 and 15 percent longer than those with a less optimistic perspective.
More than 80 Christian groups in the US condemned the bill legalizing same-sex marriage. In a letter signed by 83 faith-based groups, it called the Senate to oppose the said bill which they claim is an attack on people of faith.
Ukrainian refugee children have enjoyed Bible camp despite being away from their homeland.
The United Bible Societies (UBS) announced that around 32.6 million copies of the Bible were distributed in 2021, a 5.5% increase compared to the previous year.
Festival Manchester, the largest Christian mission in the North West of England, attracted 65,000 people, with more that 3,000 Brits responding to the call of Christ.
More than 8,000 participants gathered in South Africa on July 9 for the celebration of the second anniversary of the Let Us Worship movement.
Danish evangelist Torben Søndergaard was arrested and detained on July 4 by Homeland Security for suspicion of "smuggling weapons from Mexico to America."
Televangelist Creflo Dollar issued a challenging statement and claimed that his previous teachings on tithing are wrong.
A Christian ministry of heavy metal rockers distributed 1,000 Bibles during the biggest rock and metal festival in Europe.
The Southern Baptist Convention voted on June 15 to issue a formal apology to survivors of sexual abuse following a revealing report that the church botched abuse claims and mistreated victims.
After almost 50 years, the US Supreme Court made a historic decision and overturned the "Roe v Wade" ruling. Religious Americans are divided with the June 24 outcome and reactions from church leaders ranged from gratefulness and elation to anger and frustration.