The pastor of a 3,000-seat California church said he will stop fighting Santa Clara County and hold services in the church parking lot as per local COVID-19 guidelines after fines rose to over $112,000. The county said it will not forgive the fines.
Thirty-four-year-old Arizona resident Brandon Berry will never forget the day that he had a seizure, passed out in the stands along the third-base line at a baseball game and woke up to find Tim Tebow praying over him.
Here are three things that happened this week, Sept. 20-26, in Church history. They include the birth of Charles Stanley, the death of a pope, and the creation of the Orange Order.
As he prepares to lead a prayer march in Washington, D.C., next week, evangelist Franklin Graham said the dire problems besetting the country are ones only God can solve, and time is short.
I grieve for the children who were exploited in the making of Cuties and wish the movie had never been made, but we can use the controversy it has sparked to work for the protection of children around the world.
We need a man who will repeatedly ask our leaders, why are you killing Christians? Why are you killing Muslims? Why are you killing pagans?
All the explosive reactions that people worried about never happened. And this has been the general counterintuitive trend. Decisions made solely from a political perspective, in the name of peace but at the expense of Israel’s security, end badly.
A seminal book is not necessarily current, but it is one you must master in order to understand current thought.
Unfortunately, many of these hurt people are the ones driving the train in arts and media. That’s why many of them entered into the arts – it was an outlet to process their pain.
COVID is a disrupter, not just an interruption. However, I’d suggest another word for COVID — accelerator. The virus has caused much pain, but it has also expedited positive change.
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Convoy of Hope, a faith-based disaster relief charity, has been working with churches on the West Coast where it has sent over a dozen loads of supplies to aid families affected by the fires that have burned millions of acres of land in California, Oregon and Washington state and taken more than 30 lives.
Facing a possible drop of up to 50% in fundraising from its iconic Red Kettle Campaign and a 155% increase in demand for its social services, The Salvation Army is launching its annual holiday fundraising campaign early for the first time in 130 years as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Scott Sauls on embodying Christ's gentleness in culture; why Christians should feel politically 'homeless'
In an “us vs. them” culture, Christians are called to embody the gentleness of Christ — the “secret weapon” to diffusing anger, easing tension, and defeating evil and injustice.