The head of an Episcopal Church group trying to secure control of approximately $500 million in church property from a breakaway diocesan leadership will soon be retiring.
Last year, the South Carolina Supreme Court heard arguments in a lawsuit surrounding who rightly owns the Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina's name and property.
The Rt. Rev. Charles G. vonRosenberg, bishop of The Episcopal Church in South Carolina, sent an official letter Thursday announcing his plans to retire sometime in the summer. more >>
Kari Jobe is finding new ways to honor God with her songs by breaking them down for fans in the form of a devotional.
The Grammy nominated Gateway Church worship singer took to Facebook where she broke down a few songs from her 2014 Majestic album in the form of a devotional, or Bible study tool.
Jobe, the 34-year-old Christian contemporary music singer for the Southlake, Texas, church, posted a devotional for her song "I Am Not Alone" for her 1 million Facebook followers. more >>
Life's challenges can sometimes seem as though the deck is stacked against believers — but they can win. That's the message shared in a sermon Monday by Elevation Church Pastor Steven Furtick who reminds believers that, despite their circumstances, they can have victory in the face of adversity.
There is one thing without which believers cannot win, Furtick warns. That thing is the will of God.
While Christians sometimes feel alone in their walks with Christ, He is on their side and it's His will for them to win. "God wants you to win," Furtick proclaims. more >>
Leaders representing 88 million Anglicans have decided to suspend the U.S.-based, theologically liberal Episcopal Church for its pro-gay marriage position.
At a meeting of Anglican Primates hosted by the Archbishop of Canterbury, leaders representing the worldwide body announced Thursday that they were suspending The Episcopal Church.
"The traditional doctrine of the Church in view of the teaching of Scripture, upholds marriage as between a man and a woman in faithful, lifelong union. The majority of those gathered reaffirm this teaching," stated the Primates. more >>
A married Pennsylvania pastor and father who reportedly fled the country after being accused of raping and impregnating a teenage girl who was once his congregant, has promised to turn himself in after police launched a manhunt for him on Monday.
West Whiteland Township Police Department in Exton, Pennsylvania, first announced on Monday that they were on the hunt for 33-year-old Jacob "Jake" Malone to answer charges of rape, institutional sexual assault and related offenses.