A mob of Muslim villagers attacked the homes and shops of Coptic Christians in Egypt’s Minya governorate over rumors that a Christian man had posted a comment denigrating Islam on Facebook, according to reports.
Amid announcements of Advent services going online due to concerns over COVID-19, Christians on Sunday are beginning that season of celebrating Jesus' incarnation over 2,000 years ago and anticipating His return.
This week in Christian history: English pope elected, Oberlin College founded, Vatican and USSR forge ties
Here are three things that happened this week in Church history.
New research on student grades conducted in one of the United States’ largest school districts shows that the number of students getting "F" marks has increased by 83% this year due to the COVID-19-related restrictions on in-person learning, with students with disabilities bearing the brunt.
The church, and the numerous ways it feeds our spiritual, emotional, and physical wellbeing, is truly an essential part of life.
The stage that we now enter, after separating sex from marriage and marriage from children, is separating childbearing from sex.
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."
Scientific American lists spatial computing among its “top ten emerging technologies of 2020.”
Much like you, Nehemiah was tasked with rebuilding a broken world. Here are things we can learn from Nehemiah’s story that will hopefully offer you some encouragement as we seek to rebuild our broken world.
Many of us have been so busy fighting the culture war in various political and legal venues that we have failed to notice the cultural ground shifting beneath our feet.
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At a time when the nation is reeling from the chaos of 2020, “Christmas Chronicles 2” encourages audiences to remember the importance of family, generosity, and togetherness, Director Chris Columbus said.
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.
Since Daniel Chessare began offering free hot roasted chickens to his community earlier this month, the owner of Saratoga’s Broadway Deli in Saratoga learned something interesting about people who have found themselves in need amid the coronavirus pandemic.