A Nigerian civil society group estimates that 1,202 Christians have been killed in Nigeria in the first six months of 2020 by jihadists, radicalized herdsmen and others as 22 more Christians were reportedly killed in the Kaduna state last weekend.
Christian comedian John Crist returned to social media on Wednesday after an eight-month hiatus during which he sought help following accusations of sexual misconduct.
New York City has agreed to pay $100,000 in attorney’s fees and damages to end a legal battle with a Jewish practitioner of sexual orientation "conversion therapy."
A Virginia pastor who was threatened with criminal punishment for holding an in-person worship service on Palm Sunday has had charges against him dropped.
The questions are on the lips of many leaders and their congregations: What will the post-pandemic church look like? What will arise from the ashes?
As Christians, we want our politicians or the president to represent our Godly and kingdom values. However, there is danger in expecting such representation from them when we are not willing to do anything to advance the kingdom ourselves.
I became a steady failure at “holy courtship.” I was trying to “guard my heart.” Yet, I was getting broken over and over again after each twenty-something male was coming head to head with my Harris-fortified intensity about relationships.
At this critical time in our nation’s history, when important questions about justice and equality are being raised, let us not lose sight of the little ones, hidden from sight yet terminated and discarded by the hour.
I rejected the “Flight 93 election” rhetoric in 2016 people used to force me to choose him as the “lesser of two evils.” I no longer reject it.
Be careful in labeling people too quickly. The false prophet will draw clear lines in the sand; those struggling just need biblical direction.
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