Houston Texans vs Dallas Cowboys is one of the biggest games on Thursday night in Week 4 of the NFL Preseason 2013 match ups. This is the last game for both teams before the regular season gets started in September, and there's nothing like a big local clash to get the blood boiling as things get down to business.
They pop up every once in a while: top 10 lists. The "Top 10 Christian Bloggers," the "Top 10 Christian Leaders," the "Top 10 Female Christian Bloggers," and so forth. But these lists, meant to highlight some of the most thoughtful, influential and unique voices in Christianity, frequently fail to represent the contributions of bloggers of color who have much to share about their experiences, observations and thoughts related to their faith.
Walmart has announced it will begin offering health benefits to same-sex couples. The nation's largest retailer explained its policy change has come about following the recent Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage and a desire to reflect many states' legalization of gay marriage.
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When it comes to Christianity, many people never get out of the starting gate. They get stuck at a place where they perceive Christianity and/or Christians as being "too weird" for their liking. It is such a common error that it isn't even surprising to see it when it happens. There has got to be a way around this roadblock, isn't there?
A 12-year-old boy who overheard his mother crying to a relative on the phone over mounting bills a day after she had breast cancer surgery decided to be a blessing to his mother, who he says is always blessing others, by having a garage sale that has brought many to tears and an outpouring of support.
DALLAS, Texas— Bishop T.D. Jakes of The Potter's House and CEO of MegaFest 2013 spoke with The Christian Post at the kickoff of the three-day inspirational festival about the importance of having a personal relationship with God. Jakes also explained why adults need to step up and set the example of making their Christian faith the foundation for the family to depend on through all of life's tragedies and disagreements.
Writing to the early church, the apostle John wanted to make something perfectly clear: God offers His children everlasting life. Men and women in Christ should have no fear of physical death, because their true lives—their eternal lives—are secure in Jesus. Today's passage is unique because in it, John plainly states his purpose for writing. The point of his ministry was to empower believers with the unshakable faith of eternal life in Christ.
A group of conservative thinkers have begun pushing GOP politicians to make a radical turn toward the concerns of poor and working class Americans. Republicans can win on the Democrats own turf, they say, by arguing that conservative policies will benefit those in the bottom half of the income scale, while Democratic policies and actions favor the wealthy.
Today we spotlight David Platt, 34, pastor of The Church at Brook Hills in Birmingham, Ala., where up to 4,500 people attend on any given Sunday. Platt has authored several books, including "Radical Together: Unleashing the People of God for the Purpose of God," and "Follow Me: A Call to Die, A Call to Live." He is also the founder of Radical, a resource ministry, dedicated to serving the church by "making disciples of all nations." Platt is a nationally renowned speaker requested often at leadership and conference events.
The Alabama State Board of Education's (ASBOE) decision to adopt the national Common Core education standards has raised legitimate concerns among parents and teachers that Alabama is giving up its right to control what is taught in our public schools.
With members of Congress home for the August recess, they are hearing from constituents across the political spectrum — including evangelical Christians — that we need immigration reform after they return to Washington.
Seattle Seahawks vs Oakland Raiders takes place on Thursday Night Football in a Week 4 NFL Preseason 2013 game. The Seahawks will be looking to complete a perfect preseason run having claimed three straight wins until now.
San Francisco 49ers vs San Diego Chargers takes place on Thursday night in an NFL Preseason 2013 week 4 west coast clash. The 49ers will be favorites to win through this game, which is the last for both teams before the season gets underway in September.
Arizona Cardinals vs Denver Broncos takes place on Thursday night in an NFL Preseason 2013 clash in Week 4. The Broncos finally let loose a bit more last week and claimed a good victory over St Louis, and they will be hoping to build on that with another win tonight.
Green Bay Packers vs Kansas City Chiefs will take place on Thursday night in an NFL Preseason 2013 game in Week 4. Both teams have had relatively disappointing preseasons so far, and they will know time is running out to get things right.
Chicago Bears vs Cleveland Browns takes place on Thursday night in an NFL Preseason 2013 week 4 game. Both sides have done reasonably through their preseason preparations, but will be wanting to ramp things up now in the final preseason game before the regular season commences next month.