Today Christians celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ after his crucifixion on Good Friday. But many traditions associated with Easter like the Easter bunny and eggs aren’t mentioned in the Bible. Where do they come from?
Today is Good Friday, where Christians the world over commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ at Calvary. It is also known as Holy Friday, Great Friday, or Black Friday and comes the Friday before Easter.
On this day Christians commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ on Calvary. Find inspirational Bible quotes here for study on this holy time before Easter.
Today is Maundy Thursday or Holy Thursday, sometimes also called Covenant Thursday, Sheer Thursday, or Thursday of Mysteries. It commemorates the Last Supper and Jesus’ foot washing of the apostles.
Happy Passover 2017! Also known as Pesach, today is the first day of the week-long Jewish festival that commemorates the emancipation of the Israelites by God from slavery in ancient Egypt.
Hasel Afshar of Troutdale, Oregon had his home broken into and vandalized with anti-Islamic graffiti while he was away for 3-days. Afshar is Iranian but is not a Muslim.
Today is Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent for Catholics and other Christians. Believers who participated in the imposition of the ashes were proud to share their selfies on social media for the Lenten season… including Mark Wahlberg.
Ash Wednesday is the start of the Lenten season that leads to Easter for Christians. On Ash Wednesday, Catholics and other Christians have ashes placed on the forehead.
March 1, 2016, is Ash Wednesday and the beginning of the Lenten season, but what does the Bible say about it? What are some inspirational verses and passages about this holy time?
Robert Jeffress, a pastor presiding over an Inauguration Day service for Donald Trump, has made controversial remarks about Islam, Catholics, Mormons, and gays.
Bishop Eddie Long, the pastor of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Georgia, has died at the age of 63 after a battle with cancer, the church says.
Tonight, the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah begins on Christmas Eve. Because the Hebrew calendar is a lunar calendar, the 8 days of Hanukkah change every year. When did it last overlap with Christmas and when will it next occur?