Residents in the tornado-battered town of Moore, Okla., spent the day trying to recover and clean up as the governor asked America to pray for Oklahoma.
On Monday, a 2-mile-wide tornado tore through Moore, Okla., killing at least 24 people, although the estimated number of fatalities is reported to possibly top 90. Tragically, some of these deaths were children, as the tornado destroyed an elementary school while class was in session. Right now rescue teams are searching the area for survivors.
A Colorado-based Christian ministry says it has been the subject of biased treatment from the Internal Revenue Service.
A judge has dismissed most of a lawsuit alleging child sexual abuse and conspiracy to cover up at a large church in Maryland.
by Barry W. Lynn
It sometimes seems that everyone ever audited by the IRS - or even asked questions about a return - is claiming ideological harassment. Franklin Graham has decided that he too is a victim of IRS overreach. I think he's a victim of something else: His lust for the media spotlight and his disgust with President Obama.
Pictured: Republican nominee Mitt Romney meets with the Rev. Billy Graham, and his son Franklin Graham in Montreat, N.C. in 2012. (Melina Mara - THE WASHINGTON POST)
CNR Ministries Presents Urban Christian Summer Readings by C. Natasha Richburg and "Jeremiah's Kall Gospel Rap Concert"
New, Inspiring Novel, "Gift of Faith," by Robert Fleming, Shows How a Pastor Overcomes Challenges to his Faith
Essence Bestselling Author Patricia Haley Is Back with Another Dramatic Page-turner, Betrayed (In Stores Everywhere, April 30th)
Marita L. Kinney Takes Readers on a Faith-Based Journey of Dealing with Personal Meltdowns in The Snow's Meltdown
Make Plans to Attend the National Christian Writers Conference and Gospel Music Expo at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, CA on Saturday, March 23, 2013, 8am to 5:30pm