Two prayer and worship events emphasizing repentance and intercession for the nation brought tens of thousands to the National Mall on Saturday, with many crying out to God for divine intervention. Both The Return and the Washington Prayer March brought Christians from every part of the country to pray amid a tumultuous political season.
President Trump officially nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court on Saturday, and Christians from both ends of the political spectrum have released statements of support and opposition ahead of the Senate's vote next month.
Here are three things that happened this week, Sept. 27 to Oct. 3, in Church history. They include the death of Aimee Semple McPherson, the final sermon of George Whitefield, and the completion of the first section of the Gutenberg Bible.
Washington—Vice President Mike Pence addressed a crowd of tens of thousands of Christians from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial Saturday at one of two events in the Nation’s Capital calling on Americans to come together in repentance and prayer.
Since we’ve started to pray together, I’ve sensed with many others that God most wants to reform, not the culture, but His Church.
Unfortunately, the Word of God that is preached in many churches today is not giving believers the adequate nutrients that are needed for spiritual growth.
In my pastoral experience, people care more about song selection than they do church doctrine.
The easiest part of my job as a psychologist is science. Neurology, biochemistry and psychopharmacology. But in my experience life’s greatest heartaches are not biological but spiritual.
Whether it’s a violent childhood, drug or alcohol addiction, sexual abuse, toxic relationships, or trauma, many of our friends and neighbors are fighting an internal battle; and they need us to meet them at the front-lines.
For many reasons I highly recommend watching the movie "Divided Hearts of America." I can't help but notice the coincidental timing of its release during a Supreme Court vacancy and what is likely to be a tense, if not extremely ugly, battle.
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