Maina Mwaura

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Exclusive Interview with Karen Kingsbury: Faith, Love, and Taking Her Stories to the Big Screen

Karen Kingsbury’s wide body of work, from the ongoing Baxter Series to her many New York Times Bestsellers, produces a wide range of emotions. Now, Kingsbury is set to tackle the big screen.

Exclusive Interview with Former White House Press Secretary, Kayleigh McEnany

Kayleigh McEnany, as former President Trump's Press Secretary, has occupied what many would call the toughest job in Washington, DC.

'Imagine More:' From Couponing to Faithful Entrepreneurship - Stephanie Nelson's Journey of Faith, Rejection, and 'Coupon Mom' Success

A conversation with Stephanie Nelson on her new book, 'Imagine More,' and the inspiring story behind the founding of Coupon Mom.

Joni Eareckson: Exclusive Interview on Her Newest Book, 'The Practice and Presence of Jesus'

Joni has written a new book based on the life of Brother Lawrence, who lived through the drudgeries of monastery kitchen duty during the turbulence of France in the 1600s.

Lee Strobel Answers ‘Is God Real’ in Exclusive Interview on His Newest Book

For Strobel, this project was personal to him, not only due to his battle with depression but also with long-term COVID-19.

Exclusive Interview with Former Second Lady Mrs. Karen Pence: 'We're in the Race, and We'll See Where God Takes Us'

In an exclusive interview for Crosswalk Headlines, Mrs. Pence opened up about her book, her time in the White House, and the importance of a life of service. 

Interview with Dr. Caroline Leaf, NYT Best Selling Author and Licensed Counselor on Youth Mental Health Crisis

Most counselors, teachers, and those who work with children and youth believe that our children were facing serious challenges before the COVID-19 pandemic, which has only risen after the pandemic.

Interview: Max Lucado Speaks Candidly About Personal Struggles, His New Book, and the Importance of Hope.

Max Lucado seems ready to talk about his new book “God Never Gives Up on You” and how it has played out in his own life. In a sit-down interview with Christian Headlines, Lucado said that he would be a lost sinner without God's love and grace. In his new book, Lucado reveals his struggle with a demanding schedule, which drove him to drink alcohol. Lucado also reveals in the book how God didn’t give up on him even while trying to hide his sin. It led him to study the life of Jacob, the main Biblical character the book explores. Lucado believes we have more in common with Jacob than we realize. Yet God has still chosen to use us anyway.

Author, Ministry Founder Natalie Runion Talks Staying in Church after Being Hurt

While walking her dog one morning in 2019, author and Raised to Stay ministry founder Natalie Runion felt God calling her to write a book. At the time, Runion was disillusioned with the church and questioning if she should stay.

Ambassador Andrew Young, Operation Hope Founder John Hope Bryant Reflect on the March on Washington 60 Years Later

August 28, 1963, will go down, for many, as the day the nation woke up to the idea of a world where racial equality could exist. It’s a day that Ambassador Andrew Young will never forget. Young, who at the time was a young man, knew that he had an assignment to do. His job was to make sure that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was protected and served well. In an exclusive interview with Christian Headlines, Ambassador Young and his mentee, John Hope Bryant, the president, and founder of Operation Hope, reflect on the importance and impact of the March on Washington. They also discuss how essential mentorship is in moving the country forward.

“I remember the day clearly, along with how it came about,” Young said as he reflected on the March on Washington and the racial strife that led to the historic day.

Young recalled that Dr. King almost didn’t give his famous “I Have a Dream” speech because some of the leaders of the March thought he was too young. “Dr. King didn’t give his speech until late that day,” Young said.

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