Prominent evangelist Luis Palau, who has been battling lung cancer for the past few years, has entered hospice care, his son reported Monday night.
Christian leaders have expressed disappointment after Bethany Christian Services, the largest Protestant adoption and foster agency in the United States, announced it will now be offering its services to LGBT couples.
Progressive Christian activist and author Shane Claiborne has called on churches to remove the United States flag from their altars or consider adding the banners of other nations.
An official in the United Methodist Church who helped create a proposed plan of gracious separation for the denomination has passed away from cancer at age 55.
Earlier this week I read Elli Oswald’s insightful piece on the prevalence of sexual abuse in orphanages.
If you can’t identify with the cultural experience of an oppressed minority, so it goes, it’s off-limits to use anything reflecting that culture. Should whites, then, be banned from performing jazz, or the blues? What about gay actors playing straight roles; or blacks playing white roles (as in Broadway’s “Hamilton”)?
Many others were quick to compare the golden statue of Trump with the golden calf that the Israelites worshiped. (Ironically, in synagogues around the world this week, religious Jews will read that very account of Israel worshiping the golden calf.)
We are in a post-place world. So what are the implications for churches?
Canceling Hyatt Regency and Dr. Seuss: A testimony of hope, 4 practical ways to engage our opponents with grace
cancel culture has come for a Hyatt Regency hotel in Orlando, Florida. The hotel hosted the Conservative Political Action Conference last weekend.
Thirty years ago, the idea of socially and medically experimenting on children to advance a controversial and unproven ideology was unthinkable.
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The World Evangelical Alliance officially handed over its top leadership position to Bishop Thomas Schirrmacher on Saturday, with the new secretary-general and CEO of the global organization of evangelical churches detailing what it means to be evangelical.
Here are five times when the U.S. Capitol was the scene of armed attacks by gunmen and domestic terror groups. These include the invasion of British troops during the War of 1812, a bombing by the Weather Underground, and a mass shooting of congressmen by Puerto Rican nationalists.
A mother of six is speaking out against an effort to create a "Marshall Plan for Moms" by giving mothers $2,400 stimulus checks, arguing that it devalues motherhood and sends the wrong message.