China and the Vatican have renewed a controversial agreement on the appointment of bishops, drawing criticism from rights groups who warn the deal will further hamper religious freedom in the communist country.
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted to advance the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the full Senate Thursday despite a boycott from all 10 Democratic members of the committee.
All the world knows about deacon Jang Moon Seok is that he was abducted by North Korean agents in China six years ago and has been languishing in a forced labor camp ever since.
After spending weeks fighting off the deadly coronavirus at a local hospital, a Tennessee pastor is thanking God for helping him survive the disease and is now warning others to take the virus seriously.
While growing up south of the Mason-Dixon Line during the '70s, there were a few things I could count on seeing inside all of my family members’ homes: pictures of Jesus, Abraham Lincoln, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and John F. Kennedy Sr.
At some point in our nation’s history it became acceptable to consider a person’s deep faith as disqualifying from a life of public service. We must reject that notion.
It may seem compassionate and tolerant for evangelicals to endorse same-sex sexual relationships and marriage. Such a decision certainly shields us from the vilification we face.
Twitter employees have admitted if an account has a certain number of words, such as “guns” and “God” in their profile, they may delete it claiming it was a bot.
And that is frightening because all our constitutionally-enumerated freedoms rest on the bedrock liberty of conscience.
Pastors in churches around the world are, like all of us, navigating a new reality. It’s not a new normal; it is truly a new reality.
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The Church of God in Christ, a predominantly African American body of 6.5 million members, is holding its first-ever national ballot drive.
Prominent pastor and Christian author David Jeremiah is encouraging believers to not get stuck in the turmoil of 2020 but believe that God’s best for their life is ahead of them through his new book, Forward.
Insight Church Pastor James E. Ward Jr. says he is on a mission to bring racial healing to the nation and “God’s blessing to black America” through 40 Days of Humility, Prayer, and Fasting. And he’s hoping America will join him.