Kyle Juszczyk graduated from Harvard, not known as a powerhouse football factory. He plays fullback, one of the least-appreciated and underutilized positions in the National Football League. And yet he makes more than $5 million a year playing for the San Francisco 49ers, a team which is competing this Sunday for a...
Former President George H. W. Bush and his wife, Barbara Bush, will soon be honored with coins bearing their images. According to a resolution approved by Congress this week, the Treasury Department must mint and print presidential dollar coins with the image of President Bush for one year and bullion coins with the...
How To Hear God Every Day by Mark Virklervideo
On one of the episode of Sid Roth's It's Supernatural, Mark Virkler taught about how to hear God's voice Credit : Sid Roth's It's Supernatural
An Indiana state employee is retiring at 102. Here’s his explanation: “Your body tells you when it’s time to go.” Bob Vollmer enlisted in the Navy after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. After the war, he graduated from Purdue University with a degree in biological and agricultural engineering. He...
“Who, in God’s name, would waste a perfectly good bullet, a knife thrust or even a cup of ‘hemlock’ on such an infinitely despicable specimen of the genus vermin as Andrew J. Volstead?” That’s just one example of the hate mail received by the man known as the “Father of Prohibition.” Andrew...
“Do you see my mother? Do you see her? She’s right over there by the fireplace?” At Dr. Lois Evans’ recent memorial service, her husband told his church family that his wife began to see her family members in heaven shortly before she joined them. Dr. Tony Evans explained: “One of...
You know politics have become divisive when a mayor’s declaration of his favorite bagel draws scorn. Celebrating National Bagel Day yesterday, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that his go-to bagel was whole wheat with extra cream cheese, toasted. Except the bakery he cited does not toast its bagels....
“Dear Dukes: If you’re looking for a job, we have a new crown for you.” So states an ad by Burger King, which was followed by a tweet: “Harry, this royal family offers part-time positions.” The company explained: “We found out that the prince and the duchess decided to give...
Jack Wilson leads the volunteer security team at West Freeway Church of Christ in White Settlement, Texas. Before December 29, few outside his friends and family were aware of the significance of his service. That was the day a man pulled a shotgun from his coat and then shot and...
Only three presidents have been impeached, and none of them have been removed from office, so there will be little precedent to guide the Senate when it convenes to consider the case of President Donald Trump.  Impeachment is such a rare occurrence that historian Doris Kearns Goodwin said that the...
“Best team. Best season. Best player. And for this season, perhaps even the best coach. Of all time.” That’s how CBS Sports begins its coverage this morning of LSU’s victory over Clemson in last night’s NCAA football championship game. LSU’s coach, Ed Orgeron, is one of the best stories of...
NOTE: The sermon I preached yesterday, “God’s Peace in Our Pain,” is available on our website today. Focusing on three stories of transformation in Matthew 8, we explore three wrong answers and three right answers to the question, “Where is God when life hurts?” I hope the manuscript is...
Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) Boeing 737-800 is seen at the Boryspil International Airport.Twenty minutes before her flight took off from Tehran Wednesday morning, Sheyda Shadkhoo called her husband from aboard the airplane. She had been visiting her mother and sisters in Iran and was heading back to her husband...
President Trump told the nation yesterday that no Americans were hurt by Iran’s missile attack in response to the death of Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani. He stated that Iran appears to be “standing down” and indicated that American forces would not respond further. Unsurprisingly, reaction in America to Soleimani’s death...
In this photo obtained from the Iranian Students News Agency, ISNA, a surface-to-air missile is fired by Iran's army, during a maneuver, in an undisclosed location in Iran, Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012.Iran launched as many as fifteen ballistic missiles into Iraq last night in retaliation for the US airstrike...
If a news story claimed we just experienced the best decade in human history, would you believe it? Consider this evidence in the Spectator and Axios: Extreme poverty has fallen below 10 percent of the world’s population for the first time (it was 35 percent in 1987).Child mortality has fallen...
Americans woke last Friday to news that our military had killed Iranian Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani. I was in Jerusalem at the time, leading a study tour of the Holy Land. It was fascinating to see the response in Israel—gratitude that one of the enemies of the Jewish state was...
The commander of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps was killed early Friday in a drone strike at Baghdad International Airport authorized by President Trump. An American MQ-9 Reaper drone fired missiles into a convoy leaving the airport, killing Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani and several officials from Iraqi militias backed by...
I need to begin with a disclaimer: this will be a positive article written to encourage Christians that we can face any circumstance we encounter this year with optimistic, joyful faith in our Father’s power and provision. However, to get there, I need to explain why this topic is on...
We’ve all seen confusing newspaper headlines. Some of my favorites are:  “Kids Make Nutritious Snacks”“Juvenile Court to Try Shooting Defendant”“Complaints About NBA Referees Growing Ugly”“2 Sisters Reunited after 18 Years at Checkout Counter”“Hospitals Are Sued by 7 Foot Doctors”“Lack of Brains Hinders Research.”Now we’ve stepped into a day that is...
We can blame—or thank—the Babylonians. Four thousand years ago, they began a twelve-day religious festival known as Akitu, in which they focused on celebrating the coming of the new year. During this festival, they made promises to the gods to pay their debts and return objects they had borrowed. If...
Gunfire broke out yesterday morning during worship services at the West Freeway Church of Christ in White Settlement, a suburb of Fort Worth, Texas. A gunman shot two people before two members who are part of the church security team shot him. The gunman and one of his victims died...
My wife and I saw Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker on Monday and the movie 1917 yesterday. The first is the last of nine films in the “space myth” franchise; the second is a deeply moving encounter with the horrors of World War I. No one but those who...
Yesterday was filled with hopeful Christmas news. For example, Kanye West released his latest album, Jesus Is Born. Whether you like his music or not, it is encouraging to note the popularity of his gospel recordings. Here’s another hopeful Christmas story: anyone who visited O’ Brien’s Southern Diner in Ashland...
Listen to The Daily Article Podcast, then subscribe. Katelynn Hardee is a kindergartner in Vista, California. She is also a hero to 123 students at her elementary school. Katelynn overheard a parent say she was having difficulty paying for an after-school program. Her mother explained that “sometimes people aren’t as fortunate and...
Listen to The Daily Article Podcast, then subscribe. Mark Galli is editor-in-chief of Christianity Today, an evangelical magazine founded in 1956 by Billy Graham. He generated global headlines over the weekend with an editorial titled “Trump Should Be Removed from Office.” Responding to testimony given during the House impeachment hearings, Galli claims...
Here’s a sign of the times: children are asking Alexa to bring them presents their parents didn’t order.  A five-year-old boy ordered a Tesla; fortunately for his family, Amazon delivered Tesla-branded running pants rather than a car. A mother says her four-year-old learned how to use her iPad to shop...
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, the last film in the last Star Wars trilogy, opens in theaters today. I remember my first Star Wars film as if it were last week. I had never seen such technology on a movie screen. And when Luke destroyed the Death Star, the...
The House of Representatives voted to impeach President Trump last night, a decision that fell almost entirely along party lines.  As I noted yesterday, some House members have been trying to impeach the president for years and undoubtedly see yesterday’s vote as a vindication of their efforts. On the opposite...
The House Rules Committee voted yesterday to approve six hours of debate today on the House floor regarding two articles of impeachment. Unsurprisingly, the vote was along party lines. Given its Democratic Party majority, it is likely that the House will impeach President Trump today or tomorrow. Given its Republican...
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