A series of deadly militant attacks targeting Christians in the northeast part of Burkina Faso, a once peaceful West African country, has rocked the Christian community.
Southern Baptists will take part in the 'Caring Well Challenge' on Sunday, an initiative aimed at equipping congregations to care for survivors of abuse and prevent it from happening within the church.
Black men who attend church services frequently are nearly twice as likely to be obese than those that never attend services, according to a new study by Duke University researchers.
While the common narrative today is that Christianity in America is on the decline, Glenn Stanton cites research in his book, The Myth of the Dying Church, to say genuine Christianity is actually thriving in America.
Have you ever experienced a spiritual power outage? For many, it’s going to the doctor and hearing bad news. It’s going to work and learning you’ve been laid off.
I’ve been struggling recently to put my finger on what the Lord was saying to the Church about unity and reconciliation.
If humans are just one animal among many, then our impulse to save endangered species and our sense of responsibility for them don’t make much sense.
One great thing about Jesus is that he hung out with rich and poor alike.
Youcef Nadarkhani, an evangelical pastor and a Muslim convert to Christianity, is one such Iranian who, today, sits in Tehran’s notorious Evin Prison for simply living according to his conscience.
Here’s a prediction: Thousands of years from now when archaeologists excavate American churches, they’ll identify the 1990s era by “What Would Jesus Do?” bracelets, DC Talk CDs, and purity rings.
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