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Denzel Washington: A Woman Once Prophesied I Would Preach to Millions

Actor Denzel Washington was recently a guest on Access Hollywood, and told a really interesting story about an encounter he had after flunking out of college. One day, while in his mother’s beauty salon, a woman told him something and then wrote him a note. Here's how Washington told the story: It was March 27th, 1975. I started acting four months later. She said, “You know young man, you are going to travel the world and speak or preach to millions of people … She said that, and then she wrote “prophecy.” Then my mother wrote “preacher.” Then I wrote my name—and it was on a blue envelope; I still have it. So when she left, I said to my mother, “Who was that lady?” She said, “Well, she’s one of the oldest church members in town, and she’s known to have the gift of prophecy.” This was supposed to be my life. She actually called it … It’s nothing I did. It’s by the grace of God. He added, “Now I’m not here to tell you I did all of the right things,” while laughing and motioning that his life has had ups and downs. Washington is known for being vocal about his faith. He was recently a guest on T.D. Jakes’ talk show, and explained, "Who have you lifted up? Who have you made better? Today. That’s what I’m about. … I’m in the service business. I’m here to serve God. I’m here to serve my family." Back in 2015, he was a commencement speaker at Dillard University and told students, “Put God first in everything you do … Everything that I have is by the grace of God, understand that. It's a gift. … I didn't always stick with Him, but He stuck with me.”

Will Arnett Prank Called a Toy Store as Lego Batman

And it's just as funny, weird and uncomfortable as it sounds. As you probably know Will Arnett is reprising his Batman character from The Lego Movie in a new stand-alone movie aptly called The Lego Batman Movie, which hits theaters today. As a part of promoting the film, the comedian teamed up with a BBC radio show to pull off the prank. Check it out:

Watch Ted Cruz debate Bernie Sanders on health care policy and repealing Obamacare

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Here's the New, Eerily Upbeat Trailer for 'The Circle'

Yesterday, the second trailer dropped for the upcoming movie The Circle. It's a film about a digital company (with shades of Facebook, Google and Apple) that surveys everything—like, everything—everyone does. It appears to be something like The Firm, if it were set in 2017. Unlike the first trailer, though, this one is decidedly upbeat and sunny—which actually makes it all the more chilling.

Queen hailed as Britain's best female evangelist - Premier

As Queen Elizabeth celebrates 65 years on the throne, her biographer has hailed her as the "best female evangelist" Britain has ever had.

Staying Married Is Not About Staying in Love, Part 1

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The Real Abuse at the Heart of 'Fifty Shades of Grey'

I have never been with a Dom who was not sexually abused by a woman. They also said they didn't feel they were abused as well. I can say my experience was so fun... For a while. Nine of these men could actually love me. They cared in their own way for me. That isn't the same thing as loving me, but honestly some of vanilla relationship people couldn't live me either. Just so you know subs set rules, so play and have lots of control of the Dom if he is honorable. The biggest danger in these books is a sudden turn that young people think they are are supposed to be like this. I have 2 daughters of college age who have gone out of dates and their first romantic encounters were crazy. Guys trying to come them, spank them, trying to do anal sex with them, no conversation just start choking or whatever. In real life you talk explicitly about this. If they can't just make live to you at first line run fit the hills. I should mention I am not shy about conversation with my daughter's on this. This is not biblical and all that stuff but it's real life. They knew to remove themselves out of the situation ASAP and to tell these guys no.

4 Reasons Friends with Benefits Is a Really Bad Idea

Thank you for this article. In my opinion, presenting arguments like this are indeed helpful because they support the truth, but as some have pointed out, they are not ultimately convincing in all cases. For those who have mentioned that the reasons listed here don't always apply or that there are exceptions, I would have to agree with you and say that the ultimate reason to abstain from extra-marital sex is to please God. Though obviously, if you have no desire to please God, this wouldn't be convincing to you either, but for those who argue from the presupposition that God exists whether one likes it or not, we must also argue that you ought to desire to please God because He will hold you and everybody accountable.

Don't Let Social Media Debates Ruin Your Actual Relationships

Effective communication requires determination. It isn't always easy, and it doesn't always come naturally. If we don't make a conscious effort to become better communicators, it's likely not to happen. Let's face it, we are fallen creatures in a fallen world. At times we will mess things up, sometimes really badly. However, if we don't press on, we'll never improve. As the author of Hebrews urges us, let us persevere and not lose heart. (Hebrews 12:1-3) We press on, not that we may become eloquent speakers of great renown, but that we may follow in Christ's footsteps—speaking not for ourselves, but for God whom we represent.

An Unexpected Benefit of Apologetics

On this website, I have posted many articles on the Christian’s need to engage in apologetics. Apologetics being the defense of the Christian faith. I have noted with great frequency the intellectual need to know what one believes and why one believes it. But, I am not only a theologian and an apologist. I am a pastor, too. Being a pastor, I have found that different people handle tragedies differently. No one is prepared for the loss of a family member, especially a close family member.

Scriptural Teaching on God and Time

So although Scriptural authors usually speak of God as temporal and everlasting, there is some evidence, at least, that when God is considered in relation to creation He must be thought of as the transcendent Creator of time and the ages and therefore as existing beyond time. It may well be the case that in the context of the doctrine of creation the biblical writers were led to reflect on God’s relationship to time and chose to affirm His transcendence. Still the evidence is not clear, and we seem forced to conclude with Barr that “if such a thing as a Christian doctrine of time has to be developed, the work of discussing it and developing it must belong not to biblical but to philosophical theology.” [6]

8 'Christian' Virtues That Aren't Really Christian

I can relate to the point about kowledge where I have become an advise to quite a few of my young friend from the wisdom and knowledge that God has given and for a while I felt like it wasn't really helping because appart from too much knowledge puffing up it also blurs from the point that love brings in....intention, with knowledge it's about right and wrong, true and false whiles love "builds up", on only when love is applied will there be a difference made in another persons life but whulest my advise was right I question if it was righteous....What do I mean, if I gibe it with Love then I tap into Gods intentions and he guids my hear with care, so puse on the facts because if God had to judge that we are hot or cold we wouldn't really please him, we actually didn't and so he still loved us and So he Sent Jesus not because we are worth but because none was worthy and walking in his light is not to bring judgement but to show others the love that was shown to us

Singing Is the Language of Joy

Always, yes always, the main fact that influences our attitude is Jesus. And he is the same yesterday, today, and forever. No wonder singing is so important to Christianity. John Wesley said, “Singing is as much the language of holy joy, as praying is of holy desire.”

9 Voices on Justice and Faith You Should Follow on Twitter

With over 317 million active accounts, it can be hard to know who to follow or how to pick out the gems from people who just retweet celebrities. In honor of Black History Month, we've highlighted a few leaders you need to be following in the space of justice, racial reconciliation and faith.

CBS Is Making a Sitcom Called ‘Living Biblically’

The network CBS has ordered a pilot for a new sitcom called Living Biblically , that, literally, is about living exactly as the Bible mandates. The show—which is being produced by The Big Bang Theory ’s Johnny Galecki—is based on the book A Year of Living Biblically , in which journalist A.J. Jacobs chronicles his life of following every command of the Bible “as literally as possible.” The show’s actually been in development for a few years.

Top 5 Books For Ethics and Politics

Questions of the Day Who are you to judge someone else?  Who's ethical system are we to abide by (if anyone's)? Isn't it wrong to legislate a specific morality?  Isn't morality relative to each individual, anyway?  These are questions that we often find in today's politically charged culture. One side says that morality is objective and should be legislated, while the other side says morality is relative and government should stay out of it. There is also in-fighting on both sides and a whole range of views between the two extremes. Many skeptics get caught up in all the different views that Christians hold and use that as a reason to not believe the Christian worldview and the ethical implications of it. How do we think logically about this and how do we discuss it in a calm but persuasive manner. I have put together my Top 5 Recommended Books to prepare you for these discussions in every encounters, whether you plan to engage others or merely listen and analyze. For your convenience I have linked to my chapter-by-chapter reviews of the books and provided a short reason why I chose the books for this list, but if you really want the details and wish to engage the content of the books, you will need to pick up a copy.

Why Believing in Miracles is Not Illogical

To clarify, one must understand what we mean when we use the term natural law to begin with. A natural law is simply the way certain portions of the material world work. For example, any two objects will be attracted to one another and that attraction multiplies based on how much mass the objects have and is inversely proportionate to how far away they are. The bigger the objects and the closer they are, the greater the attraction. This is what is known as the law of gravity. If I drop a rock, it will fall towards the earth, because the mass of the earth is so big it pulls on the rock more than the rock pulls on it. 

The Most Persuasive Scientific Reason to Believe?

The Most Persuasive Scientific Reason to Believe? By Dr. Jeff Zweerink What scientific argument for the truth of Christianity do you find the most persuasive? (I would love to hear your answer on either Facebook or Twitter .) As I contemplated this question, my answer was big bang cosmology. Here’s why. All big bang models include three essential features: (1) constant laws of physics throughout the universe; (2) a dynamic universe, one either expanding or contracting; and (3) a beginning to the universe. Remarkably, the biblical description matches these essential features. Constant Laws of Physics The scientific enterprise depends on a universe governed by constant laws of physics. If measurements today have no bearing on what happened yesterday or will happen tomorrow, no scientific progress can happen. Similarly, if measurements here on Earth are unrelated to what happens in a different galaxy, scientists cannot determine anything about how the universe behaves. The main philosophical motivation for Einstein developing the theory of general relativity was that the laws of physics ought to appear the same everywhere in the universe at all times.

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Why I Am a Christian

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The Bible’s Clarity Should Be Evident in Our Lives

I read and re-read the Gospels, and then the whole New Testament. I was without instruction in almost any of the historical, cultural, political, or theological issues of the text. I was by no means sure there was a god, nor was I sure that this text and its apparent claims were true or relevant to some possible divine being. It simply seemed to me that a literate person should be acquainted with the Bible, and so it all began.

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A Japanese City Created Some Awesome Signs to Solve Traveler's Language Barriers

If you’ve ever traveled internationally then you’re well aware of just how funny and frustrating language barriers can be. Simple tasks like ordering food off of a menu or asking for wifi become momentarily impossible.

Pride Is Poisoning Your Happiness

The gospel reminds us that it took the Son of God dying in our place in order to save us from sin, death, and hell. The god of self is a weak god, unable to save even itself from destruction. It’s difficult to be prideful when the gospel tells us that we are sinful and wicked, even from birth (Psalm 51:5). Pride is insanity for those who know that they are unable to save themselves and must be helped by another.

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Since thus were slain these deadly words that day,    And through your hands were nailed,  I will not die, though I must surely say    These fatal words, “I failed.”

Why You Want a Jealous God

We often think of jealousy as a bad thing, something we should avoid because our sinful hearts covet what others have. God’s jealousy, however, is appropriate and good. God’s jealousy is in regard to idolatry , which is worshiping anything other than the one true God of the Bible. God is jealous for people to acknowledge him as the only real and true God and worship him as such ( Ps. 78:58 ).

Couldn’t God Have Used Evolution?

I am fairly at a loss to comprehend how anyone, for a moment, can doubt that Christian theology must stand or fall with the historical trustworthiness of the Jewish Scriptures. The very conception of the Messiah, or Christ, is inextricably interwoven with Jewish history; the identification of Jesus of Nazareth with that Messiah rests upon the interpretation of the passages of the Hebrew Scriptures which have no evidential value unless they possess the historical character assigned to them. If the covenant with Abraham was not made; if circumcision and sacrifices were not ordained by Jahveh; if the ‘ten words’ were not written by God’s hand on the stone tables; if Abraham is more or less a mythical hero, such as Theseus; the Story of the Deluge a fiction; that of the Fall a legend; and that of the Creation the dream of a seer; if all these definite and detailed narratives of apparently real events have no more value as history than have the stories of the regal period of Rome—what is to be said about the Messianic doctrine, which is so much less clearly enunciated: And

The Church Must Stand Up for Immigrants and Refugees

All people are made in God’s image. Private conversation or public rhetoric that dehumanizes a group of people demands prophetic voices to stand up and speak out. Our integrity testifies to our love for our neighbors as we seek to speak with respect toward others at all times. Lively debate about policies is different than targeted declarations that devalue God’s image in another. After all, “[God] ensures that orphans and widows receive justice. He shows love to the foreigners living among you and gives them food and clothing. So you, too, must show love to foreigners, for you yourselves were once foreigners in the land of Egypt.” (Deuteronomy 10:18-19)

Are You Serious Enough About Happiness?

These verses are not against joy, but against folly. Those who have experienced deep joy have discovered a strange thing: that, in its poignancy, it is closer to sorrow than it is to mirth. The deepest joy carries with it a pain and a longing that truly make the heart better, whereas the laughter of fools in the house of mirth undoubtedly makes the heart worse. Deep seriousness is not at all an enemy to joy, only to folly. The thoughtful consideration of the end of all men is also likely to produce sobriety, a quality in which the professing church today seems lacking. (39)


Michael, While you make a good point, I do have to point out that opposing Obama on some things, but praising Trump for the same thing does not necessarily translate to hypocrisy. For example, on executive orders. Many of us who expressed concern about several of Obama’s EO’s were basing our concern that he was using EO’s to bypass the Congress and in some cases, ignore parts of laws passed by Congress that he himself signed (ie, parts of Obamacare that he opted to NOT enforce). So far, we haven’t seen any illegal or unconstitutional EO’s issued by Trump (and no, I don’t consider the EO immigration ban unconstitutional and I’m in good company on that-even among several of your fellow contributors here on The Stream)…but if he did, yes, we’d speak up!

Is Jesus Knocking at the Heart of the Unbeliever?

We have all heard evangelists quote from Revelation: “Behold, I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears My voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and dine with him, and he with Me” (Rev. 3:20). Usually the evangelist applies this text as an appeal to the unconverted, saying: “Jesus is knocking at the door of your heart. If you open the door, then He will come in.” In the original saying, however, Jesus directed His remarks to the church. It was not an evangelistic appeal.

Why Tim Keller, Max Lucado, and Hundreds of Evangelical Leaders Oppose Trump’s Refugee Ban

More than 500 conservative evangelical pastors and leaders representing all 50 states are urging President Donald Trump to reverse his temporary ban on refugee resettlement and his “dramatic reduction” of the total America will accept this fiscal year.

Like a Fish Out of Water: Why I'm Skeptical of the Evolutionary Paradigm

“Mainstream” scientists view biological evolution as the organizing principle in biology. In fact, Russian geneticist Theodosius Dobzhansky famously wrote, “Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution.” 1 So, when I question evolutionary explanations, I become an outsider. I am outside the fish bowl, looking in. Because I’m a biochemist, my critics accuse me of being either dishonest or incompetent. Why else would I question the “fact” of evolution in the face of the overwhelming evidence for common descent? They claim that theological—not scientific motivations fuel my skepticism.

Farewell to TV’s Most Powerful Single Ladies

However, a comparative analysis of The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Girls does more than illustrate feminism’s impact on primetime. When reading it as a story of contrasting approaches, we encounter a larger question: What tactics for shaping—or as Christians often say, “engaging”—culture have the most impact? In a moment when so little is civil in our civil discourse and polarization is the theme of each morning’s front page, a look over our collective shoulders suggests that a “culture war” footing rooted in bold confrontation (more in line with Dunham’s approach) has rarely been as effective as a patient, steady charm offensive (à la Moore).

America Is Not the Future of the Church

That's a terrific point, and very well said. Totally agree. We have a certain level of energy to devote to any given day, and we so often use that energy on the arguing and shallow stuff rather than diving deeper. Of course, it's much easier to stay in the shallow end. It's not unreasonable to see people doing it. The deep end of faith is often an experience at the extreme ends: You have the peace that passes all understanding, but you also have the dying of the self. It's terrifying, and likely why many folks hide in the shallow arguing instead.

How the Order of the Beatitudes Could Change Your Life

The order of the beatitudes, then, shows us how to make progress in the Christian life. If you want the fruits of forgiveness, purity, and peace in your life, then begin with the roots of becoming poor in spirit, mourning over your sins, and meekly submitting to God’s will.

Meet the Pastor Challenging Africa’s Oldest Dictator with Surprising Success

Zimbabwe’s been through these cycles a number of times: things go bad, and the economy breaks down, and we have a meltdown, and then there’s usually a political upheaval, and then we call for elections, and the ruling party wins, and it all quiets down. But I think this time around there was a sense in people that we were about to go through something that we had gone through before, and the last time we’d gone through all this nobody had said anything about it, and people that had caused the nation to literally break down and become a disaster had gotten away with murder, so to speak. So, at this point there was a sense that we were about to lose everything, but we at least needed to say something.

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40 Mark Mittelberg: Books, Biography, Blog, Audiobooks, Kindle

Mark Mittelberg is a best-selling author, sought-after speaker, and a leading strategist in evangelism and apologetics-oriented outreach. He is the primary author (with Lee Strobel and Bill Hybels) of the updated Becoming a Contagious Christian Training Course, through which more than a million people have learned to effectively and naturally communicate their faith to others. Mark’s newest book, The Questions Christians Hope No One Will Ask, is based on a survey of 1000 Christians commissioned through the Barna organization, and deals with the ten issues that believers most want to avoid—but must not! Prior to that Mark collaborated with Lee Strobel to develop The Unexpected Adventure, a six-week devotional designed to inspire Christians and churches to enter into the excitement of sharing Christ. His previous book, Choosing Your Faith ... In a World of Spiritual Options, strengthens the faith of believers and is a great resource to give to friends who are figuring out what to believe — and he’s developed a DVD study course for Christians based on that book, Faith Path: Helping Friends Find Their Way to Christ.


Do it for six weeks straight. Psychologists say it takes about six weeks for a habit to develop. It takes about three weeks to get familiar with a new task or new behavior. It takes about another three weeks before it becomes a solid habit in your life. Most people have never been consistent in their daily time with God because they’ve never made it past the six-week barrier without missing a day.

Fifty Shades of Nay: Sin Is a Needle, Not a Toy

Before you buy a ticket and some popcorn — or before you talk to a friend who wants to read the books or see the movie — I want to put ten of God’s promises before you. My hope and prayer is that the clarity and power of God’s words will convince many of you to save your money and your heart, and help you do the same for others.

4 Lies Single People Need to Stop Believing

Debra, thanks for your article. Underlying all this negative self-talk is the belief that it's not ok to be single. Sure, we may say it's ok, but for some reason it doesn't ring true for many. If we believe there is something fundamentally flawed about being single then we have to come up with some "rationale" to explain our "sorry state" and if not these four distortions, we would pick four others. Yet, despite what the world and sometimes my feelings tell me to believe, I'm enjoying peace in singleness. The answer for me is to rely on God for a total overhaul of my mind so that I see everything about myself - from my single status to my bank account - from God's perspective, not the world's. Without His eyes, everything looks distorted. Romans 12:2 - Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God's will is - his good, pleasing and perfect will.

Don’t Give Up

So, look to Jesus (Hebrews 12:2), “fight the good fight of the faith” (1 Timothy 6:12), and finish your race (2 Timothy 4:7). When you have done the will of God, you will receive what is promised: his great and eternal reward (Hebrews 10:35-36). Measured by eternity, the hardships of this life will not be long, and “by your endurance you will gain your lives” (Luke 21:19).

Five Reasons Why God's Hiddenness is a Good Thing

"If God exists, why doesn't he make himself more obvious?" I've heard this question countless times from atheists and skeptics of Christianity. They seem to think that what is known as the hiddenness of God is an argument against his existence. Many claim one should only accept what they have evidence to believe. Of course, you may then ask what evidence they've examined which proves that criteria is true, the lack of which highlights the arbitrariness of applying their own principle.

John Loftus and His Hypothetical God

Among other things, he says (page 21) we’re “bumbling idiots and incompetent fools” — but that’s in comparison to an all-knowing God, so actually he wasn’t being all that unkind to us at that point. Don’t worry, though, it’s in there — he just saves it for other passages.

Here’s an Encouraging Update on the Toddler Adopted By Aid Worker Featured in Viral Photo

About a year ago, a photograph taken in Nigeria went viral, showing a heartbreaking image of an emaciated toddler who had been abandoned by his parents. Anja Ringgren Loven, who is featured in the photo giving the young boy water, ended up adopting the child. The boy, like many children in the region, had been outcast by his family because they believed he was a witch.

Why You Should Avoid the Gospel of Comfort

As Christians, the same thing can happen to us. We can focus so much on the blessings that we forget about the God that provided them. With God out of mind, we can begin to compromise our convictions. These compromises may start small, but can grow and spread into different areas of our lives. For David it started with a glance, which lead to adultery, then to murder. However, there is always hope if we decide to change and turn back to God as we see in David’s life.

Report: A New 'Dead Sea Scroll Cave' Has Been Found

The Dead Sea Scrolls are ancient documents discovered in the caves of Qumran (in Israel) during the 1940s and 1950s. For Jews and Christians, the scrolls are significant because they represent the oldest known documentary fragments with connections to Old Testament texts. Their discovery went a long way in the scholarly world in verifying the historicity of the OT.

Doubts persecution against Christians will ease under Somalia's new president - Premier

Just two days after his election, doubts are already being raised over whether persecution against Christians in Somalia will improve under the country's new president.

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