Protests have escalated in Hong Kong after a Christian student died from injuries he sustained after falling from a parking garage where police officers clashed with protesters last week amid violent anti-government demonstrations.
John MacArthur once again weighed in on the issue of women in church leadership, warning that “empowering women makes weak men" and "weak men make everybody vulnerable to danger.”
Pastor Jamal Bryant didn’t mince words during a fiery sermon in which he branded rapper Kanye West a “sellout” for endorsing his “orange friend” President Donald Trump.
Best-selling author and Bible teacher Francis Chan recently revealed that God is calling him to move to Hong Kong to "bring relief, share the Gospel, and plant churches among" the "ultra poor,” and Passion City Church pastor Louie Giglio says he thinks it’s a “beautiful decision for him.”
What are some possible reasons church giving can take a seemingly dramatic turn downward? As we work with churches, we often see these five reasons.
My formative years were spent watching my father debate, define, and defend truth at all costs. Yet, something always seemed missing to me. Sure, truth matters, I would think to myself, but where is the life?
Christians must do whatever we can to make people look with painful clarity at the persecution of religious minorities in China. We must care, and we must call our leaders to care.
When we talk smack about each other, who benefits? Are we doing it for God? Are we so deluded to imagine we’re living in a Christendom where we have the luxury of treating each other this way?
Remember when the TV show Leave it to Beaver was the height of pop culture entertainment? About a nice family of four with good values? Now Americans watch all kinds of trashy shows and movies instead.
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Disabled pastor in Mexico leads hundreds of unreached people to Jesus by using Christmas shoebox gifts
Some may underestimate the impact of packing shoeboxes over the holidays for Samaritan's Purse, but a disabled pastor in Mexico has used the ministry project to witness to an entire village of unreached people in the mountains of remote Mexico where they now have their first church.
Keith Getty: Modern worship mov't is 'utterly dangerous,' causing 'de-Christianizing of God’s people'
“In Christ Alone” writer Keith Getty is warning church leaders about the modern worship movement, which he describes as one of “cultural relevance” that is “utterly dangerous” and is contributing to the “de-Christianizing of God’s people.”