A scripture scare in East Dallas is causing fear among some residents after they discovered a cryptic, handwritten letter with bible messages that preach, “The end of the world is near.”
Zack Clements, known to many as the “Miracle Kid”, is out of the hospital and back home. The 17-year-old said he saw Jesus after collapsing during P.E. class and lying dead, without a heartbeat or oxygen, for 20 minutes.
Doctors can’t seem to explain it, but one Texas family is sure it was the hand of God that brought their son back to life.
On Sunday, April 5 many Christians in north Texas and around the world will celebrate Easter – considered one of the most important dates on the Christian calendar.
A prayer vigil is scheduled for Sunday for the mother and son who were killed as a result of a house fire in Fort Worth.
How does a Jesus-loving, non-swearing, 220-pound white guy end up infiltrating a violent black drug gang on Fort Worth’s east side?
The quaint Christian Arts Museum in the 3200 block of Hamilton Avenue near the Fort Worth Arts District doesn’t appear impressive when you first walk in.
The Oasis Church is in Saginaw, north of Fort Worth. But early Friday the congregation gathered and waited anxiously in the pews to finish a journey 1,400 miles away.
A wrestling match might be the last place you’d expect to find someone preaching the gospel. But a group of wrestlers in Rockwall have made a ministry out of it. Call it professional wrestling with a message.
Some say a Houston tree… is holy.
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.
From Tebowing to Roll Tide, is God a passive fan or meddling owner?