The Trump administration has agreed to rescind a new policy announced last week that could’ve forced international college students on F1 visas to leave the United States if their schools are not offering in-person classes in the fall. U.S. District Judge Allison D. Burroughs in Massachusetts announced Tuesday that the administration has reached a settlement in a lawsuit filed by Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology seeking to block the rule.
The wife of missing Malaysian Pastor Raymond Koh has vowed to continue fighting to find her husband, saying her faith compels her to believe he might still be found three years after his disappearance.
Kelvin Wheeler Jr., a youth pastor and dean of students at Triumph Middle School in Harper Woods, Michigan, believed being a father to his 8-year-old son was “dope.” Now, the 34-year-old preacher’s son will have to grow up without him after he was mysteriously shot dead last Wednesday.
A professional psychotherapist who specializes in counseling those with unwanted same-sex attraction has denounced a recent social media ban on posts promoting "conversion therapy."
While fear acts as a rudimentary deterrent to bad behavior, a better way to stop lawbreaking is to change the heart of the lawbreaker.
To do or to say something insufficiently progressive these days risks the wrath of what’s being called “cancel-culture.”
Over the weekend, in Anderson, South Carolina, vandals tore into a historic cemetery that belongs to Midway Presbyterian Church. When I saw the pictures, anger welled up within me. Enough is enough.
The Jesus your teen meets in suffering is the type of faith your teen will take into adulthood.
Be careful in labeling people too quickly. The false prophet will draw clear lines in the sand; those struggling just need biblical direction.
It’s no secret that many legacy churches have been struggling for several decades. You know all the reasons for that and the financial implications that has created. The pandemic has heightened anxiety and fears about viability.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has caused at least 110 million children to go hungry and pushed 8 million others into child labor and begging, according to assessments in 24 countries across Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia by evangelical Christian humanitarian aid organization World Vision.
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Christians in Iraqi territory once held by the Islamic State still face the possibility of extinction as the Christian population there continues to dwindle following the military defeat of the jihadi death cult and the rise of Iran-backed militias in the area.