The head of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington has denounced President Donald Trump’s decision to pose in front of the historic St. John’s Church, located near the White House, that recently suffered fire damage during protests against the killing of George Floyd.
After easing the COVID-19 lockdown, the communist government of China has intensified its crackdown on state-controlled churches, removing crosses from their rooftops and closing them down in the southeastern province of Jiangxi, according to a report.
A Canadian gender clinic was found to be in violation of advertising standards following a complaint about its promotion of radical surgeries to young people using gruesome photos and post-operative patient testimonials.
"Duck Dynasty" patriarch Phil Robertson recently learned that he has a 45-year-old daughter from an affair he had before he became Christian and he invited his daughter, Phyllis, to share about how she discovered he was her father on his popular podcast.
In the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., “A riot is the language of the unheard.” What is it that America has failed to hear?
Now, if you are white, you might already be reacting to the phrases “white fragility” and “white supremacy.” But rather than react, why not ask yourself a series of simple questions?
Forced quarantines are not unusual in medical history. In the Bible, we learn that David experienced a period of self-quarantine in his own life.
Americans owe a total of 1.5 trillion dollars in student loan debt. With 44 million young adults in crippling debt anxiety and depression are amplified and fed by this crisis. How can we remind ourselves of God’s place in our finances?
Being in distress is not a sign of spiritual weakness. It is the reality of being a human.
We all — seniors included — need meaning and purpose, a vision to make a difference and bring hope to others.
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