A Christianity Today follow-up story to the so-called "Second Coming Christ Controversy" appears to have shifted focus from questions about Christology and soteriology to eschatology. The issues raised are not current, but instead are from more than 10 years ago. The CT article clarifies that the dispute is not widespread nor systemic across the groups named by CT, but rather it's isolated to a few Asian young adults.
Catherine Rohr was already making $200,000 a year on Wall Street when she was 25 years old. But she would eventually quit her job, empty herself of all her money, and move to Texas, surrounding herself with formal gang leaders, ex-murders, and drug dealers.
This year's Leadership Summit at Willow Creek Community Church has drawn over 6,000 to the Chicago-area megachurch and over 50,000 others around the world who have been watching the live broadcast of one of the world's most premier leadership training events.
A quadrennial Korean mission conference that drew 5,000 people from over 80 countries came to a closing Friday with hope for future global mission and fulfilling the unfinished tasks of evangelizing the whole world.
Award winning Christian rock band Third Day released on Tuesday a new album, titled Revelation, that critics say reveal a new phase in the band's award-winning career.
Thousands of missionaries from the second largest missionary-sending country packed Edman Memorial Chapel at Wheaton College on Monday for the 6th Korean World Mission Council for Christ conference.
Thirty months after a promise was made by Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich, a Baptist church in Chicago finally received the $1 million it had been waiting for to rebuild a burnt-out building in place of a historic Chicago landmark.
Fans and friends of Point of Grace noticed two letters posted Friday on the Christian pop group's official website that confirmed what some had already been speculating – that one of them was leaving the group.
The Gospel Music Association's Music in the Rockies will hold its 34th annual series from Aug. 3 to Aug. 9 in Estes Park, Colo., with over 30 renowned Christian artists to take the stage.
Chris Tomlin, one of the most well-known worship leaders of our time, will be releasing his fifth studio album, Hello Love, this fall with recently released solo "Jesus Messiah" on the track.