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Ordinary Angels Star Alan Ritchson Urges Christians to Be the ‘Light of the World’

<em>Ordinary Angels</em> Star Alan Ritchson Urges Christians to Be the ‘Light of the World’

In Ordinary Angels (PG), Ritchson portrays the father of a young girl who is suffering from a deadly illness and needs an organ transplant. Two-time Oscar nominee Hillary Swank portrays the hairdresser who steps into the father's life and helps. The film is based on a true story and opens Friday.

7 Signs We are in the End Times

7 Signs We are in the End Times

The sky is falling! 

200 Muslims in Gaza Reportedly Accept Christ after Seeing Him in 'Visions and Dreams'

200 Muslims in Gaza Reportedly Accept Christ after Seeing Him in 'Visions and Dreams'

Approximately 200 Muslims in Gaza recently came to Christ after they saw Jesus in visions and dreams and realized they had shared the same experience, according to a new report from the region.

Man Gives Fiancée Permission to Back Out after He Suffers Freak Accident, but She Refuses

Man Gives Fiancée Permission to Back Out after He Suffers Freak Accident, but She Refuses

A chemical spill accident left Preston Cobb badly burned just 22 days before his wedding to Tanesha Oglesby. As a result, he lost his leg, his ear, and more. So, Preston gave his fiancée permission to leave him. But her response is such an inspiring example of true love!

5 Signs Your Church Might Be Heading toward Progressive Christianity

5 Signs Your Church Might Be Heading toward Progressive Christianity

Several years ago, my husband and I began attending a local Evangelical, non-denominational church, and we loved it. We cherished the sense of community we found among the loving and authentic people we met there, and the intelligent, "outside the box" pastor who led our flock with thought-provoking and insightful sermons. Sadly, the church started going off the rails theologically, and after about a year and a half, we made the difficult decision to leave. Today that church is a self-titled "Progressive Christian Community."

Chosen Creator Dallas Jenkins Defends 'He Gets Us' Super Bowl Commercial

<em>Chosen</em> Creator Dallas Jenkins Defends 'He Gets Us' Super Bowl Commercial

"If all the people criticizing the He Gets Us ads just pooled a little money together, they could finance and produce their own ad and try to get all their favorite characteristics of Jesus into 30 seconds," Dallas Jenkins wrote on Facebook. "Because Heaven forbid we'd only talk about one for 30 seconds."

Chiefs Fan Who Tackled Suspected Gunman Hailed as a Hero: He 'Risked His Life'

Chiefs Fan Who Tackled Suspected Gunman Hailed as a Hero: He 'Risked His Life'

A football fan who observers are calling a Good Samaritan is being credited with saving lives after he tackled a suspected gunman Wednesday before police arrived at the tail end of the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl parade that turned deadly.