Educator and author Sean McDowell addressed questions about evolution and creation at Legacy Christian Academy's "Evolution and Intelligent Design" seminar May 8. More than 160 people attended the on-campus event.
Moving from pew to pew, turning the sanctuary lights on and off and standing on one side of the cross and then the other, Tom Bailey eyed his biggest stained-glass creation.
"The kids, preschoolers, were amazed," Ian Fletcher said, as he reminisced about the mission trip he took over spring break, April 4 to 10. "I heard one whisper, 'Is that our school?' Their bus pulled up to the school, and I know some of the kids thought it was the wrong school. We had done so much painting. When they left, their school was white and brown, and now their school was a bright yellow."
There's a new pastor in town. After a long candidacy process, Rick Baird has been dubbed the associate pastor at Lake Hills Community Church in Castaic.
Answer: He's the former writer for Jeopardy! and other game shows who decided to advance his religious education with a degree from Grand Canyon University.
More than 30 churches from the Santa Clarita Valley united to commemorate the National Day of Prayer on Thursday night.
Friendly Valley Bible study
Twenty-three year old Tess Narciso's debut solo album, "The Only One We Need," has some heavy significance.
David Hegg, formerly of Corona, is the new senior pastor at Grace Baptist Church.
When Pico Canyon Elementary School first set up the multipurpose room for a Valencia Christian Center service, it set up around 300 chairs.
Alliance of Christian Churches of Agua Dulce and Acton
Who: Grace Baptist Church
It's often hard to imagine what life might have been like during Jesus' time.
Golgotha message Palm Sunday
Alliance of Christian Churches of Agua Dulce and Acton:
Nick Goeigemiller had been homeless for nearly a year. He was an alcoholic, drinking more than a fifth of vodka every night, and was experimenting with other drugs when he finally turned to Mike McCutcheon for help.
This Christmas season one long-standing local holiday tradition was missing from the usual celebrations around town. Bethlehem SCV, formerly Bethlehem Lutheran Church, made the final decision to no longer host the living nativity event "Follow the Star."
It was 8 a.m. on a Thanksgiving morning, not exactly the best time to knock on a stranger's door. But a group of 70 volunteers from Vida Real Church, the Spanish language ministry of Real Life Church, wanted to share God's love by helping people in the community.
"Do you mind if I call you mother?" read the letter to Sandy Dierckman. The writer's mother had passed away. After receiving Sandy's package for his daughter last year through Operation Christmas Child, he looked to her as a surrogate.
Over the next few weeks churches in the valley will celebrate Christmas in different ways. For some that may include the angelic sounds of choirs, a retelling of the Christmas story. But for one church, a unique Christmas event will feature centurions, a recreation of Bethlehem marketplace and a fun trip back to ancient times.