Easter is quickly approaching, which means it’s time to start planning some fun-filled family events to celebrate the holiday.
The New England Patriots may have clobbered Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos Saturday, but it’s not Tebow’s game on the field that’s been getting attention lately. It’s his faith.
Pastor Ed Young and his wife Lisa are taking their love life public – taking a ‘Sexperiment’ to the roof of their Fellowship Church in Grapevine.
A Tarrant County College professor alleges he was forced to resign for his beliefs, while school officials say they received complaints that he used his classroom as an aggressive pulpit.
On a YouTube clip, a Texas handgun instructor defiantly tells Muslims and non-Christian Arabs he won’t teach them how to handle a firearm.
A Fort Worth high school student says he was suspended from school for expressing his Christian beliefs in class. His teacher, however, saw it differently, labeling the student’s comments about homosexuality as bullying.
The Plano Fire Department will honor an 8-year-old boy who rescued a toddler from drowning in an apartment complex pool.
Gov. Rick Perry organized what seemed like a slam-dunk event for a politician in a state where religion and politics walk hand in hand.
Daystar, a Christian TV network based in Bedford, has announced plans to downsize at studios in other cities.
You could call James Pepper a modern day scribe. He’s taken a quill and ink and reproduced the Bible by hand. Pepper is believed to be one of the few who have reproduced the Bible this way in the past 500 years.
A new survey shows that Atheists know more about religion that many religious Americans.
Here’s what you missed Tuesday on the Jay Mcfarland show.