What really happens after you die? Do believers in Jesus Christ immediately go to heaven? And nonbelievers, to hell? Or is there an intermediate stage? Texas Pastor Randy Frazee of Oak Hills Church offers Christians a clearer picture of the afterlife in his new book.
Christian leaders and believers across the country are joining President Donald Trump today for the 66th Annual National Day of Prayer. Here are comments from Christian leaders on NDOP.
How does a pastor's wife, who is often lonely, make genuine friends? Kay Warren, wife of Pastor Rick Warren, recently provided some advice on developing friendships, including "testing" people to make sure they don't spread gossip.
Comedian John Crist is parodying the way many young people shop for churches today with two new "Church Hunters" episodes that many Christians find sad but true.
A North Carolina megachurch pastor wants to make one thing clear: Hell, not Heaven, is everyone's default destination.
A week after being announced as the new senior pastor of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church following the death of Bishop Eddie Long, Bishop Stephen A. Davis declared that the church would not be going down and that they would rise again.
It's a common statement you hear from couples, especially in Hollywood, who break up: We love each other but we're not in love anymore. So what do you do if you feel you've "fallen out" of love with your partner or don't have "feelings" anymore? Jefferson Bethke has some advice.
Most of his seventh grade classmates have a smartphone and unrestricted access to social media. But when he asked his parents for a phone with an Instagram account, they said "no." And it's not because of fear that he would access "bad stuff on the Internet."
President Donald Trump revealed on Thursday at his first National Prayer Breakfast that the faith his parents taught him lives on in him today. "I was blessed to be raised in a church home," Trump said.
When should a church member consider leaving a church for good? The question was posed to Pastor J. D. Greear, pastor of The Summit Church in Raleigh-Durham, N.C., who admitted he doesn't have a "litmus test." But he offered two "truths" to weigh when deciding whether to stay at or leave one's church.
Immigrants, including illegals, are not "a problem" or "a threat" in the United States; they are created in the image of God and deserve love, says a Colorado Springs pastor.