Mario Vega, senior pastor of one of the world's largest churches, spoke to leaders across the U.S. during the Willow Creek Association's Global Leadership Summit on Friday and shared just how difficult it can be to lead through feelings of anguish.
What do music icons John Legend, M.C. Hammer and Babyface all have in common? They were all brought up in the strong musical tradition of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World (PAW), an organization that, according to a spokesperson, has not often promoted its "longstanding legacy of musical greatness."
The leader of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World (PAW), a predominantly African-American denomination, says it is acceptable for Christians to support President Barack Obama in spite of the president's stance in support of same-sex marriage.503 comments
Presiding Bishop Charles H. Ellis III, who is entering his third year as the leader of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World (PAW), spoke with The Christian Post on Monday from the denomination's 97th annual Summer Convention in New Orleans about unity in the church, helping families in New Orleans and the fight to give women the opportunity to become bishops.6 comments
Pentecostal Assemblies of the World (PAW), the fourth-largest Pentecostal church organization in the world, kicked off its 97th annual convention in New Orleans on Sunday with a service focused on Christian unity.5 comments
The Newsboys, a popular Christian rock band, has filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against a rising rap duo that has what the band's attorney calls a "deceptively similar" name.38 comments
Chick-fil-A saw "unprecedented" sales numbers during its unofficial "Appreciation Day" on Wednesday, but it pained some gay employees of the restaurant chain to work on a day that they perceived to have been created against them.522 comments
Leighton Autrey knows the dedication it takes to be a world-class athlete. The former Major League Baseball prospect was on his way to a professional sports career until a family crisis caused him to rethink his course and pursue a career in art. Now, during one of the biggest sporting events in the world, one of his faith-based paintings is on display at the London Olympics 2012 Art Show.2 comments
Pastor Ponnachan George, a senior leader of Gospel for Asia in India, is recovering in a hospital today after being held hostage for nearly a week by a terrorist group before he was finally released on Sunday.
While the town of State College, Penn., continues to cope with the heartache resulting from the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal, area pastors continue to pray for the families of the two former Penn State football coaches who are at the center of it all.
Teen Mania Ministries is celebrating 25 years of sending young people on foreign missions trips through its Global Expeditions program, which has taught thousands of teenagers that they don't have to wait until they are adults in order to be used by God.
A Wisconsin-based atheist organization has told city officials in Wyoming, Mich., that the city's logo is unconstitutional because a church and cross are depicted on it.76 comments
As the 2012 International AIDS Conference continues this week in Washington, D.C., Franklin Graham shared in a blog post his thoughts on how the Church should act toward those infected with the life-threatening disease.
A member of the Knesset, Israel's parliament, is being criticized by the Anti-Defamation League and by other Israeli officials after he publicly ripped out the New Testament pages of a Bible and threw them into the trash.32 comments
Olympic runner Ryan Hall holds the record for the fastest half-marathon and the fastest marathon ever recorded by an American, and now his only running coach is God.