From Motorcycle Warlord to Serving the Lord of Lords: Big Al Aceves

By the time Big Al Aceves was 15, he was committing crimes like robbery and selling drugs, landing him in prison. Having grown up in an abusive home, Al turned to gangs to be his family. The prison gangs taught young Al the ways to survive.

Sing Praise Series Debuts in Southern Ohio

We highlighted The Lore Family here on Southern Ohio Christian Voice a few months ago, and they have been singing full-time for the past two years. In March 2018, the Joneses will also take the bold step of entering full-time ministry.

Jim Hill Passes Away at Age 87

Portsmouth Native Jim Hill Passes Away at Age 87 Editor’s note: This story was written with the help of my friend Greg Tingler, who formerly sang with The Gospel Harmony...

Human trafficking in Michigan: Two women’s stories

Mary, 31, a stay-at-home mom, is a survivor of child sex trafficking. The nightmare encompassed 13 years of her childhood.

Governor Rick Scott Signs Bill Protecting Pastors

TALLAHASSEE - Governor Rick Scott signed a bill into law on Thursday, March 10th, 2016 protecting will pastors and priests who refuse to perform same-sex marriages. The notice sent out...

A 4th of July Prayer for our Nation

We the People of the United States Thank you, God, the Creator of the Universe, and all things, for our freedoms and responsibilities as citizens of the United States of...

A Sword Has Pierced Heart’ of City, says Orlando Bishop about Shooting

By Catholic News Service ORLANDO, Fla. (CNS) — Orlando Bishop John G. Noonan urged people of faith “to turn their hearts and souls” to God and pray for the victims,...

Hungary Donates $1.7 M to Rebuild Lebanese Churches

Hungary is allocating $1.7 million to help rebuild old and damaged Christian churches in Lebanon, Hungarian Free Press reports. The donation will go towards the restoration of 31 churches...

Faith-based Groups Send Help to Hurricane Harvey Victims

Category 4 storm Hurricane Harvey hit Texas on August 26, 2017 bringing fierce winds and heavy rain. It flooded the southeast part of the state, making Hurricane Harvey comparable to Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

See You at the Pole: Over 3 Million Students Expected to Meet for Prayer

See You at the Pole (SYATP) is an annual meeting for public prayer held on the fourth Wednesday in September in which Christian students from elementary school to college level meet at the school flagpole to pray.