Black churchgoers have adapted so well to online church amid the pandemic some 41% of them now favor a hybrid model of in-person and online services, even after COVID-19 is no longer deemed a threat, and 7% say they would rather their church services remain digital going forward, a new study has revealed.
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A federal judge has temporarily blocked an Arkansas law banning the experimental medicalized gender-transition drugs and surgeries on minors, which was set to take effect next week in the state.
Americans' confidence in most major societal institutions has decreased since 2020 amid a tumultuous year impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, a heated presidential election and increased tension, Gallup's annual "Confidence in Institutions" poll shows.
A planned protest in New York City against child marriage will now be a celebration next month after Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation Thursday raising the age of consent to be married in New York State to 18 with no exceptions.
After this week's column it would be wise for Bill to employ a food taster at Capitol Hill receptions and D.C. dinner parties. Why? It is quite simple – he has told the truth to the progressive elites, and they often react viscerally and violently to such effrontery.
Many people feel comfortable when the created realm is reflected, not revised. This happens when natural families are celebrated, boys and girls are identified and nurtured, adults are held to higher standards, and broader moral precepts than “everyone feels comfortable” and “express yourself” are promoted.
We know that Covid-19 brought a shift in the way that churches operate and reach their audiences, but which of these trends are here to stay and how will the landscape of church change from 2020 on?
Can you help me understand all the buzz about DeFi (decentralized finance)? I just don’t get it.
I recently attended the annual meeting of Yelp, a large, San Francisco-based tech company that runs a business review website and app. As the success of small businesses depends in part on reviews posted through services such as Yelp and Google, they have enormous potential influence over our economy.
This theology is, sadly, not popular among African Christians, and I believe that ignorance of this is a calculated attempt of the devil to steal these rewards so that we do not have them when Christ returns.
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A Pakistani Christian woman who was imprisoned on death row for over eight years based on trumped-up blasphemy charges recounted how that experience helped her “grow strong in faith” during an address at the annual International Religious Freedom Summit in Washington, D.C.
As an increasing number of influential Christians publicly renounce their faith, artist Elias Dummer is using his music as a medium to encourage the Church to become a safe place for people to ask tough questions.
Parents, activists pushing back against critical race theory's 'destructive message' in America's school
As the debate about critical race theory continues to engulf the political discourse in the United States, grassroots organizations and activists are relying on a variety of methods to combat the ideology’s influence on American education and counter what they characterize as a “destructive message.”