A 113-year-old woman has made history as the oldest woman in Spain and now she's setting more records as she officially becomes the country's oldest coronavirus survivor. "Our whole lives are changed because of 9/11. It certainly deepened our relationship with Christ." A great-great-grandfather who lived through the Spanish Flu, Great Depression and World War II has added 'coronavirus survivor' to the list on his 107th birthday. Rudolph "Rudi" Heider battled the v… One week after Kruse contracted coronavirus, his sister, Karen Kruse Goheen, and brother, Phil Kruse, became ill. Their mother and father, both in their late 80s, also contracted the virus. By mid-Mar… As many families spend their time at home due to the stay-at-home order nowadays, Barna is offering Households of Faith, the second report produced in partnership with Luteran Hour Ministries. Househo…
On March 8, Christian collegians gathered at New Life Community Church in Artesia, California to attend SOLA Conference. In the breakout sessions, many speakers continued on the topic of “Becoming What We Behold” in different aspects of the Christian walk. One such breakout session was “Faith … The Senate is in debate about a proposed legislation that would help combat sex trafficking. What was once thought to be a purely bipartisan issue has turned into a partisan debate over a particular aspect of the bill: abortion. Iraqi forces have made progress in the fight to regain Tikrit from the Islamic State. Combined forces have joined Iraq in pushing back ISIS, as a result, the city’s hospital was reclaimed on Wednesday. On Tuesday, two students from the university were expelled for their “leadership role” in the chant. On Sunday night, members of a black student organization at the University of Oklahoma posted a video online that showed the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity of OU chanting racist statements. Ebola is still relevant. This past week, the World Health Organization reported 132 new cases of Ebola in West Africa. The previous week, there were 99 additional cases. Survivors of the Ebola virus are still facing the result of fear towards the virus.
TogetherLA Conference: Craig Gross and Kim Biddle Share the Realities of the Sex Industry in Los Angeles
As part of the Together LA XXX breakout session, Craig Gross of XXX Church and Kim Biddle of Saving Innocence shared testimonies and insight into the world of sexual exploitation and their work to prevent and address this problem in society. An activist reported on Thursday that the Islamic State has abducted more than 250 Assyrian Christians in northeastern Syria in the past three days. The abductions, which began on Monday, have forced thousands of villagers in a cluster of 11 villages to flee. The Federal Communications Commission approved tighter regulation of the Internet on Thursday. In a vote of 3-2 along party lines, the independent organization voted in favor of regulations that would ensure net neutrality. On Tuesday, the Human Rights Watch published a report urging the Syrian government to stop the use of barrel explosives.