Recent Posts by Sarah Hartland
The Winter Olympics are an exciting time for the world to come together in sportsmanship, and the 2018 Olympics in South Korea are no exception. Many athletes use this international stage as an opportunity not only to participate in the global community, but also to share their faith while the spotlight is on them. Here are five Team USA Olympic athletes who are living their faith in PyeongChang:
For Christian entrepreneurs, business and faith go hand-in-hand. “Pure Business,” coming soon to Facebook and PureFlix.com, explores remarkable businesses and their owners.
In 2017, “Pure Talk,” an interactive online talk show from PureFlix.com on Facebook Live, tackled topics ranging from theology to entertainment. “Pure Talk” featured a variety of panelists and guests last year, coming together from across the country to broadcast conversations that matter.
By now, you’ve heard the statistics: Marriage is being delayed or abandoned altogether by more and more couples in the U.S. Christian Headlines reported: “In 1960, the median age for a first marriage was 20 for women and 23 for men. Today it’s 27 for women and 29 for men...A full 25 percent of Millennials are likely to forego marriage altogether.”