A controversial pastor in Harlem has announced his plans to burn a rainbow flag as part of a multi-day celebration after the church won a case to avoid foreclosure.
ATLAH World Missionary Church in Harlem, New York, was given a reprieve on an effort to foreclose its property when a judge rescinded a foreclosure order from last year.
Big Daddy Weave announced that member Jason Weaver joined them onstage Wednesday evening at Christian Music Broadcasters Momentum Conference (CMB) as they received the "Rich Mullins Impact Award."
Band members took to Facebook with a photo of Jason Weaver sitting in a wheelchair at this year CMB conference.
"This just happened. A long, loud standing ovation for brother Jay. Congratulations to Big Daddy Weave on winning the Rich Mullins Impact Award at the Christian Music Broadcasters Momentum Conference," the photo caption read. more >>
Grammy Award-winning artist Chris Tomlin is set to release a children's picture book named after his hit song "Good Good Father" in hopes of pointing children to their Heavenly Father.
The book goes on sale Oct. 4, prior to Tomlin's new album that features his single of the same name and the K-LOVE Song of the Year, "Good Good Father."
The book was written by Pat Barrett and Tomlin and is the worship leader's first book for children. more >>
Christian apologist Nabeel Qureshi has shed more light on his cancer prognosis, saying in a video posted online Wednesday that his diagnosis of stage IV stomach cancer presents about a 4 percent chance of surviving another five years.
Qureshi, an author, global speaker and prominent Christian convert from Islam who was once part of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries, announced in a post on his Facebook page last week that he has been diagnosed with advanced stomach cancer and explained that the prognosis was "quite grim."
In a 10-minute video posted to YouTube Wednesday, Qureshi expanded on the details of his diagnosis, revealing that he has stage IV stomach cancer. According to statistics from the American Cancer Society, the five-years survival rate for individuals with stage IV stomach cancer is 4 percent. more >>
Nearly six out of 10 Mainline Protestant pastors say they have never discussed pro-life issues in their sermons and nearly eight out of 10 Mainline Protestant pastors say they haven't discussed pro-life causes from the pulpit over the last year, a new Barna Group survey finds.
As 700,000 abortions are performed each year in the United States, a LifeWay Research poll from last year found that over 70 percent of the women who get abortions self-identify as Christian and about 40 percent of women who get abortions were frequent churchgoers when they ended their pregnancies.
With such startling numbers of self-proclaimed Christian women going against traditional biblical teachings on abortion, Students for Life of America's Institute for Pro-Life Advancement commissioned the Barna Group to research the pro-life activism of Catholic, Protestant and non-Mainline Protestant churches and pastors to see if there was a noticeable lack of pro-life ministry that could play a role in why Christian women seek abortion as the answer to unwanted pregnancies. more >>
Inquiring minds want to know what happened to BET's popular gospel singing completion "Sunday Best," and now Yolanda Adams, one of the show's judges, is putting an end to speculation.
Adams says the show will be returning to the BET lineup for a ninth season in 2017, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
"We have not been cancelled so thank the Lord for that!" Adams said, adding that the show is on hiatus this year to accommodate Kirk Franklin who is on tour. "We look forward to 2017." more >>