In advance of the 9th annual Giving Tuesday, which takes place on Dec. 1 this year, many charity organizations have launched matching campaigns in an effort to convince Americans to donate in honor of the occasion.
After being fined $5,000 for holding an in-person worship service, a Canadian church was prevented by police from holding a drive-in worship service on Sunday.
Belgian authorities are now investigating approximately 10 allegedly illegal euthanasia-related deaths in Leuven, a city east of Brussels.
France will have to review the restrictions it created for worship attendance to combat the spread of the coronavirus, according to the Western European nation’s highest court.
Now that Justice Amy Coney Barrett has joined the majority in blocking New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo from enforcing attendance limits at religious services, has Sen. Dianne Feinstein been proved right to be concerned about Barrett’s deep-seated Catholic faith influencing her decisions?
If I were to bet big about psychedelics, I’d bet our nation is making a big mistake.
Until recent decades, American citizens were most heavily influenced by family, community, and Church.
Peter interrupted me gently, personally challenging me to never forget that we are a republic and not a democracy!
The church, and the numerous ways it feeds our spiritual, emotional, and physical wellbeing, is truly an essential part of life.
In one of our mission fields, some group of youths approached our team with their swords and machetes and we thought that it was all over. We had prayed, "Unto your hands we commit our spirits," but I said, "Before I die, let me show my last act of Christian kindness."
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Secular media talk much of fraudulent works like “The Gospel of Jesus’ Wife” and little of the incomparable reliability of the New Testament, professor Craig Evans told The Christian Post, and that's why he decided to write his new book.
Jonathan Pitts, a bestselling author and executive pastor at Church of the City in Franklin, Tennessee, said he wants anyone who's facing grief this holiday season to know that “it comes in waves” and it’s OK to feel what you're feeling.