The FBI and Texas authorities resolved an hourslong hostage situation at a Dallas-Fort Worth synagogue after they killed an armed man who stormed the Jewish place of worship on the Sabbath and held four hostages, including a rabbi, reportedly demanding the release of a terrorist, whom U.S. officials describe as the “most wanted woman in the world.”
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The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear the case of a Christian high school football coach who was fired from his job for praying on the field after games.
What's the real story concerning violence in Chicago? How are people and families impacted? What are Christians doing to curb the issue? These are just some of the questions Christian Post reporter Michael Gryboski answers in this episode of "The Christian Post Podcast."
Oscar Amaechina, the president of Afri-Mission and Evangelism Network in Abuja, Nigeria, shares the challenges and blessings he's experienced as a missionary reaching the unreached with the hope of the Gospel.
I find it abhorrent when people mock its reality — a tendency I find primarily in our conservative circles — as if it was some kind of phantom virus or creation of the media or the government or nothing more than the flu. Please.
As Beth Stelzer of Save Women's Sports has said, "We've finally gotten to the point that the bullies can't shut us up anymore. There are enough of us."
The God who made us promised to be with us through it all. In fact, Paul the Apostle encouraged Roman believers to rejoice in tough times because it develops perseverance, character, and … hope.
But spiritual growth cannot be sustained by signs and wonders. Christians need spiritual food every single day in order to grow strong and stay on track.
The nation’s capital, one would think, would be the freest in our Constitutional Republic. That assumes, of course, the Constitution is what elected leaders uphold. As we’ve seen throughout the scamdemic, it’s not the Law of the Land that’s held high but fear and control.
For better or worse, here is my list of the 10 influential Protestants who most shaped my worldview and ministry. I have placed an asterisk on the ones I was privileged to know personally.
Amy’s story is familiar in my work as a psychologist. Is Amy wrong for being stressed when the Bible commands us to “be not anxious”?
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The brother of a Pakistani Christian man granted bail last week after spending years in prison is pleading with Pope Francis and other international leaders to evacuate and grant his brother asylum in a Western country as concerns about his health and safety persist.
People who are uncertain about their relationship with God are more likely to experience mental distress than other believers, a new analysis from researchers at Union University and Westmont College suggests.
Andy Stanley, the pastor of North Point Ministries, urged Christians to stop making excuses and constructing "paper walls" that hold them back from living a God-glorifying life.