April1 , 2023

    One Starry Night for Children


    ‘Best Night of My Life’: 11-yo Shares Miracle at Asbury Revival

    An 11-year-old girl from Virginia said she experienced a...

    Hope California to Bring Thousands to Jesus

    Following the success in Asbury University, a major outreach movement is in motion in California.

    Regent Students Choose God During Spring Break

    Regent University in Virginia experienced the call of the Holy Spirit during an outpouring of spiritual renewal.

    Asbury Revival Spreads to Other Christian Universities

    As Asbury University closes revival services to the general public, the nonstop worship phenomenon has reached other universities in the U.S.

    Asbury Revival Attracts Thousands, Moves Services Off Campus

    The small town of Wilmore, Kentucky suddenly became host to an estimated 15,000 to 20,000 people who joined the Asbury Revival.


    If you are a Christian parent you’ve probably experienced some of these questions when reading the Christmas story to your children:

    “What’s a census?”

    “Did they really sleep in a stable? I bet that was cool!”

    “What’s a shepherd?”

    Or the dreaded:

    “What does ‘Born of a Virgin’ mean?”

    Now, I’m sure you take immense joy in answering each of those questions and more (it’s okay to shake your head—I’m not judging), but there is another option.

    Overcrowded streets, loud animals and shouting shepherds will allow your family to experience the story of Christmas in 3D–without need of special glasses.