Pastors and Christian entertainers took part in Blackout Tuesday, a movement to spread awareness, mourn and call for policy change in America following the death of George Floyd.
North Central University, a private Christian university in Minneapolis, is set to host a funeral service for George Floyd Thursday amid escalating protests over his controversial death.
'Poor representation of Jesus': 35 black alumni of Liberty U. denounce Falwell’s 'incendiary' rhetoric
A group of 35 black alumni of Liberty University sent a public letter to President Jerry Falwell Jr. denouncing his recent political rhetoric and activism.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Tuesday instructing the U.S. State Department to prioritize international religious freedom in its implementation of foreign policy and budget $50 million per year toward the advancement of religious freedom.
Seeking the welfare of the city means seeking justice for the George Floyds, including peaceful protest calling for that justice — but not the violent destruction of the city.
Why is it important to get back in the habit of regular and faithful attendance? I'll give you five reasons.
Here’s the reality upon which many are not agreeing today: violence is the wrong response to violence.
The world is shaking, and Jesus wants us to know that things are not going to get better in the short term.
We can know beyond a shadow of a doubt that we have a God who understands and cares deeply about injustice.
There is another invisible enemy, one more formidable than COVID-19 that has wreaked havoc on millions of lives for centuries. It is the always-lurking disease of bad ideas.
If the world does seriously turn against the church in our country, it may be because of self-fulfilling prophecy.
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World Vision launches historic $350M campaign against extreme poverty as coronavirus could erase progress
Warning that the world could experience a 30-year setback in the fight against extreme poverty without intervention amid the coronavirus pandemic, evangelical Christian humanitarian aid organization World Vision has launched a $350 million campaign to help some 72 million people globally with pastors as key players.
The phrase "filled with the Spirit" is loaded with unfortunate connotations, but it need not be, according to a scholar of early Judaism and Christian origins at a Pentecostal seminary.