Journey's Jonathan Cain Wants to Write 'Don't Stop Believing' of the Christian World (Interview)

Journey keyboardist and future Rock and Roll Hall-of-Famer Jonathan Cain has opened up about how God inspired him to pay his blessings forward by writing and singing Christian music that he hopes will one day be as "timeless" as Journey's 1981 hit "Don't Stop Believing."

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Franklin Graham Applauds Pro-Life Women's March

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Mainstream media covered women's marches, which became a pro-abortion platform, across the country Saturday, but most of the media failed to cover women who marched for the right to life, says evangelist Franklin Graham, expressing his gratitude to them for taking a stand despite being ridiculed.

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What to Do When Your Child Abandons Jesus Christ

What should Christian parents do when their children decide to reject Christianity? Pastor and theologian John Piper offered some advice on and pointed out that in the end, faith is a "gift of God" and parents have "no control" over what their offspring decide to believe.

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Somalians Face Rushed Beheadings for Suspicion of Conversion to Christianity

North Korea has long been recognized as a country where Christians face the worst persecution for their faith. But there's a lesser known country that follows closely behind where those who are even suspected of having converted to Christianity are rushed through public beheadings without a trial — Somalia.

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'Gosnell Effect' Shows Why Roe v. Wade Won't Survive

It was the industrial scale of the abortion industry that shocked the jury first. They gasped (the only time during this horrific trial) when Dr. Charles Benjamin, a veteran abortion doctor, stated he had performed over 40,000 abortions.

Opinion

Torture Is a Denial of Jesus

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One of the most dramatic scenes in the Gospels is when Peter—as he watches Jesus' arrest and imminent torture--denies even knowing who Jesus is out of fear for his own safety.

Opinion

When Christians Cynically Criticize the Church

The unbelieving world has always looked upon the church with a contemptuous glare, harshly criticizing, ridiculing, and even vilifying her. In his farewell discourse, Jesus predicted this animosity that the devil's offspring (John 6:32) would have toward God's sojourning children (John 15:18-25).

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Trump's Inaugural: Putting America Back on Its Legs

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Intended or not, Donald Trump's inaugural program and speech has put America back on two sturdy legs that have been whacked at, sawn into, axed, and whittled upon: the theme of God's transcendence on the one side, and the importance of a reverential fear of the Lord on the other.

Opinion

Matthew 4:18 — Take This Job and Quit It?

One day in the land of Matthew 4:18, Jesus is walking along the shore of the Sea of Galilee. He sees two brothers — Simon, also called Peter, and Andrew — throwing a net into the water, for they fished for a living.

Opinion

Are Rich People Like Trump a Problem in God's Eyes?

Dear Chuck, I read that Donald Trump will be the richest president ever to take office, and that his cabinet, which is made up of a lot of successful businessmen and women, will also be the wealthiest group ever assembled. Do you think that is a problem?

Opinion

5 Questions Your Church Should Ask About Communications

Annual evaluation is commonplace in work, in school, and in life. A new year presents the opportunity for us to take a moment to evaluate where we are at the beginning of the year, where we want to be at the end of the year, and how we can get from A to B during the year.

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What Does It Mean to Be a Mediocre Negro?

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What do NFL stars Jim Brown and Ray Lewis, "Family Feud" host Steve Harvey, rapper Kanye West, megachurch pastor Darrell Scott, Dr. Ben Carson, and Martin Luther King, III, have in common? They are all black.