The movers and shakers of national youth ministry in America look a little different than they did 10 years ago.
Comparing President Donald Trump to Samson, Noah and Elijah, Lance Wallnau believes a cultural "awakening" is afoot if Christians back Trump and vote Republican in the midterms.
Transgender ideology results in "large-scale child abuse" and poses a threat to all kinds of cherished rights, a panel at the Values Voter Summit says.
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Dr. Ben Carson told evangelicals Friday that people need to look at the "big picture" to make sense of the sexual misconduct allegation facing U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Billy Graham's grandson Will Graham spoke to one of the nation's leading evangelical conservative political conferences on Friday and rather than offering a political message like many of the gathering's other speakers, he offered up what he thinks his late grandfather would have shared.
Here are just a few things that happened this week, Sept. 23-29, in Church history. They include the beginning and end of construction on the Washington National Cathedral and the election of Jonathan Edwards to the presidency of Princeton.
Over 70 churches in Charlotte, North Carolina, have come together to declare in a unified sermon series what they are for, as opposed to what they are against.
Two months after firing their pastor, Dean Curry, over allegations of sexual misconduct which he denies, the Life Center Assembly of God Church in Tacoma, Washington, will deliver their final verdict on the allegations at a private meeting with church members on Thursday night.
A vision from a minor prophet about the complete destruction of the nation Edom is described in 21 verses, and concludes with promises of God's restoration.
Mark Hall, frontman for the popular contemporary worship band Casting Crowns, explains why he believes many believers have forgotten to focus on living a Jesus only life.
Former Planned Parenthood clinic director Abby Johnson has a message for the abortion giant's ex-president, Cecile Richards: "I genuinely care about you" and "I pray for you, fervently, every single day."
Actor Chris Pratt has been known to share his faith on numerous occasions in public and now the "Guardians of the Galaxy" star has explained why he has been sharing his faith so openly.
At least 200 couples in the UK have cited addiction to the wildly popular "Fortnite" and other online games among the reasons for their divorce since the start of 2018.
Actor James Van Der Beek and his wife recently became parents to their fifth child, a baby girl, after suffering three consecutive miscarriages. In an Instagram post, the TV star spoke openly about the pain parents endure following the tragic loss of a preborn baby.
In the face of an ongoing Communist crackdown, Chinese pastors have vowed to continue preaching the Gospel, even if it costs them their lives.
Bono, the lead singer of rock group U2, met with Pope Francis at the Vatican Wednesday where the two talked in part about the multiple child sex abuse scandals.
Two Christian boys were murdered last week by Fulani radicals in Plateau State in Nigeria, with the violence having claimed over 250 lives in two months.
Pentecostal megachurches promoting a prosperity gospel, led by millionaire superstar pastors promising economic salvation and HIV cures, are on the rise in Nigeria, a report has said.
We need to decide, as pastors and churches, to deal honestly with God's desires for us to give our full allegiance to Him. Until we surrender to Him fully, we will have little to no prospect of a revival in our hearts, limited to no stirring of the Spirit in our churches, and little to no spiritual awakening in our land.
Recently, I learned the term "himpathy." This term is used to describe what happens when men rally around men who have been accused of something. They support them simply because they are men and they have put themselves in the shoes of the accused.
Hoarding isn't just a grotesque curiosity for TV voyeurs. It's a real and present danger for Christ's Church.
So many people today don't seem to care much about spiritual things. Sure, they may go to church for the token Christmas or Easter service, but more likely you can almost see the little sign around their necks that says, "Do not disturb, I'm not really interested in spiritual things."
Terry Gross, the host of NPR's Fresh Air, has been taking advantage of the good weather during the summer months to wage a war on Christianity.
We don't have to compromise our principles to be involved in politics—what good is salt left in the shaker, or a light that is hidden? "Politics" is not a bad word. In simple terms, politics refers to governing or leading a group of people. Politics won't save America, but in order to implement change, honor God, and help others, we must take action.
I believe fiction can be a vehicle to communicate truth. From the moment I sensed a call to write, I understood my focus would be using story. This isn't an original concept. Jesus spoke in parables and is known for deepening spiritual principles through the power of story.
What happens if Roe v. Wade gets overturned? What can we expect? We can expect fury. We can expect feces. We can expect vitriol. We can expect vandalism. We can expect violence.
My wife and I hope to be able to retire when I turn 65. We've made plans and dreamed about the time we would invest in our grandchildren's lives and the joy of taking mission trips together. But, the closer I get to 65 (2 years away) I realize I just haven't saved enough money.
Though it is impossible to consider Susie in isolation from Charles Spurgeon, she was a remarkable woman in her own right.
Among the pagan practices vanquished by early Christians was infanticide. As Christianity fades in the West, so do our defenses against infanticide in all its grisly forms.
Do you want to improve your prayer life? Most Christians do, but they do not know how.
Sexual abuse in the church is not just a Catholic problem. I'll tell you about a very sobering report from WORLD magazine.
Freedom of speech is a badly misunderstood concept. Here's why Christians must get this right.
America has had an explosion of megachurches in the past decade. We also have Christian colleges rapidly expanding in size. Yet all these visible indicators are misleading; something else is also going on that tells a very different story.
The aftermath of Florence is extraordinary. What we have witnessed reminds us that after our many achievements, after our incredible advances in technology, medicine, transportation, communication, and other human endeavors, we are still merely mortals subject to the basest of earth's elements.
Perhaps the reason I'm writing this article is the fact that it seems at least one report a month is coming in of another pastor or Christian leader falling in America.
In this explosive culture in America, motives are challenged endlessly. Trust in relationships is not earned easily. Criticism of others is ruthless. Cynicism is applauded loudly. Leaders are under detailed scrutiny.
In recent months, there have been increasingly disturbing reports about the persecution of Christians in China. By 2020, the Communist Party will attempt to monitor its citizens through a massive surveillance system called China Skynet.
This wasn't the first time that Evangelical leaders participated in the largest annual gathering of Muslims in the United States. What was especially intriguing were the questions and comments that audience members posed. They provide a window into what everyday Muslim Americans are concerned about when it comes to their relationships with Evangelicals and conservatives.
If you are a guy and have been involved in some sort of accountability group (like an X3group), no doubt the subject of "lust" has come up.
I made the decision to read Unbroken aloud to my students. That's a hard sell these days. Especially to teens who unabashedly declare they're not fans of reading or books, but would rather spend their free time streaming shows, scrolling through social media or playing video games. I was absolutely blown away by their reaction. They were hooked, just as I had been.
As we've talked about before on BreakPoint, suicides are increasing in the U.S. And the Church is not immune.
It's hard to imagine such a joke aimed at Muslims, Jews, or Buddhists. But ridiculing Christians is fair game in Hollywood these days.