Evangelist Greg Laurie answered critics who have argued that "mass-evangelism," or what can also be described as huge Christian outreach events, are somehow an ineffective way of presenting the Gospel, by posting a list of reasons the method is still relevant.
Nearly 7,000 Christian counselors, pastors, students and Christian leaders from the U.S. and more than 30 countries are set to attend a world conference in Nashville beginning Wednesday hosted by the American Association of Christian Counselors.
Instead of having to check-out learning material at the library, Dallas Theological Seminary students this fall are being given theological resources valued at $14,000 thanks to a first-ever partnership between Logos Bible Software and the school.
Evangelist Greg Laurie's wife, Cathe, who leads a national prayer initiative related to the upcoming Harvest America in Philadelphia later this month, said she has been praying about the country's desperate need for revival. A nationwide prayer rally featuring the Lauries is planned for a live webcast this Sunday evening.
Evangelist Nick Vujicic, near the end of a two-week Christian outreach tour of several countries in Asia, shared a remarkable story on Wednesday of a "divine appointment" with a family who has a girl with no arms or legs they met in Kuala Lumpur.
During last week's 50th anniversary commemorating her uncle's famous "I Have a Dream" speech at the Lincoln Memorial in D.C., one thing was glaringly clear for Dr. Alveda King – most speakers at the overly-politicized event were snubbing God by omitting reference to the Lord in their speeches, she says, noting that it's something unheard of when it came to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
In what one conservative author and columnist called "one of the creepiest prayers you're ever going to hear," Iowa Democrat gubernatorial candidates joined abortion activists in a prayer applauding doctors who perform abortion and asking for increased financial support during a rally held Wednesday.
An Inside Look at a New Generation of Pastors: David Platt on Why He Doesn't Need to Make the Bible Relevant (Pt. 5)
Today we spotlight David Platt, 34, pastor of The Church at Brook Hills in Birmingham, Ala., where up to 4,500 people attend on any given Sunday. Platt has authored several books, including "Radical Together: Unleashing the People of God for the Purpose of God," and "Follow Me: A Call to Die, A Call to Live." He is also the founder of Radical, a resource ministry, dedicated to serving the church by "making disciples of all nations." Platt is a nationally renowned speaker often requested at leadership and conference events.
An Evansville, Ind., area church filed an appeal Wednesday in an ACLU lawsuit over the display of up to 31 temporary crosses at the city's popular riverfront. A federal district court issued an injunction last month saying that the crosses cannot be displayed in the same manner as other community group displays, according to allied attorneys representing the congregation.
The highly acclaimed Christian band Third Day recently performed at the SoCal Harvest with Greg Laurie at Angel Stadium and The Christian Post had a chance to talk with the band shortly before they walked out onto the stage in front of 43,000 people attending last Sunday, the final night of the three-day outreach event.
Anguish Turns to Hope for Grieving Couple When 150 Friends Attend Harvest Crusade in Tribute to Daughter
A parents' anguish over the death of their 12-year-old daughter in a car accident just ten months ago turned to feelings of hope as the 150 people they invited to the SoCal Harvest Crusade as a tribute to their daughter and "as a way to glorify God" showed up to the event at Angel Stadium on Saturday. Many of them made a commitment to follow Jesus Christ that night.
SoCal Harvest 2013 Video: Greg Laurie Interviews 'Duck Dynasty' Commander Phil Robertson; Saturday Night Photos
The SoCal Harvest with Greg Laurie over the weekend exceeded expectations with a total three-day attendance of 105,000 and more than 9,263 people making professions of faith, say Harvest Ministries organizers. Phil Robertson, shared his personal story of coming to faith from a rebellious and riotous lifestyle (VIDEO).
More than 28,000 people came out on a warm summer evening to hear evangelist Greg Laurie give the message of the gospel on the first of three nights of the SoCal Harvest event at Angel Stadium Friday. However, the Southern California pastor warned at the beginning that the subject he was about to preach on was not a comfortable one – death.
Greg Laurie Marks Harvest Crusades' 24th Year in SoCal; Guests to Include TobyMac, Third Day, Duck Commander
Evangelist Greg Laurie marks his 24th year of bringing his large-scale Harvest Crusade events to Orange County on Friday, and the Southern California pastor said he is as excited as he's ever been about bringing the gospel to thousands in attendance and online.
Christian apologist Sean McDowell joins the faculty of Biola University's Master of Arts Program in Christian Apologetics beginning this fall, the private evangelical Christian college in Southern California announced Wednesday.
Nearly 100 children from low-income families in the White Center area of Seattle were each treated to a $200 back-to-school shopping spree at JCPenney thanks to the heart of a Christian woman who has partnered with the Salvation Army for a decade to sponsor the event.
More than 120 cyclists who have raised $1.8 million so far to fight global poverty by riding their bicycles across the U.S and Canada are scheduled to go through New York this week, ending their tour on Saturday in Staten Island.
The mother of a Pentecostal pastor in Jaipur, India, was told by four Hindu radicals she must convert to Hinduism or be killed while she was beaten and seriously injured by the group in search of her son and his wife, according to a local news report.
Two groups of atheist activists on the national and local level are trying to stop a city council in California from starting its meetings with prayer.
The recent barrage of attacks on Christians in Egypt, including on members and churches of the nation's Coptic denomination, are of a scale unseen in modern times and being described as satanic, according to sources living in the country. The persecution watchdog group, Open Doors USA, says Egypt is engulfed in a furnace of fire and Christians are taking on the brunt force of the attacks.
Preacher and author John Piper took the news of the most recent violent turmoil in Egypt to heart and published what one journalist called a "news poem" to his Desiring God ministry blog on Thursday.
Gay marriages in California can continue ruled the state's Supreme Court on Wednesday. The brief ruling all but ended the bid by traditional marriage supporters to make a state majority vote of more than 7 million voters nearly 5 years ago to ban same-sex marriage stick.
Gospel for Asia founder and president K. P. Yohannan, who recently greeted the second release of his book, Touching Godliness, says that despite an abundance of filled megachurches in the U.S., many Christians are far from a strong relationship with God.
The U.S. Air Force republished a chaplain's essay to a base website after an official initially removed it in response to a complaint about its reflections on the famous quotation "There are no atheists in foxholes," often attributed to President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
A short film about a girl's journey through extreme hardships in the foster care system and later toward healing and restoration, was the winner of the Best Film for the 168 Film Festival and recipient of an award of up to $1 million to go for production of a feature length movie.