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His is a voice crying in the wilderness, calling upon us to repent of our sins and return to traditional values of thrift and simplicity. His Web site (whom did you think we were talking about?) lists his first commandment: “Thou shalt not shop ‘til you drop.”
Gerard Butler gives it his all as the title character in "Machine Gun Preacher," a drama based on the true story of biker-turned-humanitarian Sam Childers.
In this film image released by Relativity Media, Gerard Butler portrays Sam Childers, the impassioned founder of Angels of East Africa rescue organization in a scene from "Machine Gun Preacher."
When car horns blare at Main Street and Stapley Drive, Robert Disbrow says Jesus is being praised.
CROSS STREETS: Armed with his cross and Bible, Robert "Dizzy" Disbrow spreads the word of the Lord as he works his favorite corner, Main Street and Stapley Drive in Mesa.
Charges have been dropped against two street preachers accused of disturbing the peace at a Chandler July Fourth celebration.
Shrieks echoed across the bookstore when Joel Osteen emerged for his book signing. Their favorite Sunday morning TV preacher — with thick, black moussed hair, a smile that fills half his face and piercing blue eyes — had come to give them a firsthand, positive jolt of Joel.
Joel Osteen greets fans at Barnes & Noble at Desert Ridge Marketplace in north Phoenix.
Chandler police released a video Tuesday confiscated from one of two street preachers arrested at a Fourth of July celebration.
The first time street preachers and police clashed at a Chandler festival, it cost the city $35,000. This time, police are defending the arrests of two proselytizers from the same church, saying they were harassing a July 4 crowd with a megaphone sermon so much, children were crying and adults were on the verge of violence.
Cancer may soon take the life of a Mesa preacher known up and down Main Street for his exuberance, care and enthusiastic personality.
A Mesa preacher known up and down Mesa's Main Street for his exuberance, care and enthusiastic personality has died after a battle with cancer.
Friends of the late Robert "Dizzy" Disbrow can share stories, prayers and songs during a public memorial 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Pioneer Park in Mesa.
GARDEN GROVE, Calif. - Crystal Cathedral founder Rev. Robert H. Schuller has removed his son as preacher on the church's weekly "Hour of Power" syndicated TV broadcast.
Robert A. Schuller, left, poses for a photo with his father, Robert H. Schuller, outside the Crystal Cathedral in this Feb. 9, 2006 file photo taken in Orange, Calif. Crystal Cathedral founder Rev. Robert H. Schuller has removed his son as preacher on the church's weekly "Hour of Power" syndicated TV broadcast. Schuller said in a statement read to some 450 congregants Saturday Oct. 25, 2008 by church president Jim Coleman that he and his son, Robert A. Schuller, "have different ideas as to the direction and the vision for this ministry."
With the traffic light change, a new wave of Saturday night pedestrians crossed Tempe’s Mill Avenue, and street evangelist Edwin Lo waved a $20 bill in the air to catch their attention.
Edwin Lo performs an "open air" as members from Way of the Master street evangelism preach to crowds on Mill Avenue Saturday
KIEV, Ukraine - Pastor Sunday Adelaja, a Nigerian preacher, understands why some in Ukraine are suspicious of him. He’s black in a nation where racism is blatant, Pentecostal in a country considered the cradle of Russian Orthodoxy, and a foreigner whose lively, conversational preaching style stands out from the subdued, centuries-old practices of Ukraine’s traditional faiths.
One of the East Valley’s singing and preaching cowboys who was a familiar presence in the Lost Dutchman Days Parade will be laid to rest Tuesday.
The preacher condemned Satan, urged believers to choose Jesus and emphasized how important it is to observe the Sabbath on the seventh day.
Children raise their hands to answer questions proposed by Aaron Jewett, 14, who preaches to the children and parents. Seventh- and eighthgrade students of Thunderbird Christian Academy put on the In Tents: Hope for Kids, where the students preach
The dapper Big Pete Pearson, always resplendent in his trademark hat and pressed suits, is a commanding stage presence, waving his hands like a preacher bouncing in rhythm with his band as he shouts the blues. Brandon Quester Special to Get Out