The United States is on pace to resettle slightly more refugees in fiscal year 2019 than it did in the previous year but faith-based refugee advocates are still pressing the U.S. to do much more to help people fleeing persecution across the globe. "We are effectively continuing their suffering overseas."
A number of preachers and singers are coming to the defense of gospel artist Kirk Franklin after he was publicly rebuked by a street preacher for allegedly failing to present the message of the Gospel at the BET Awards show.
A bill that would add “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” as protected classes under federal civil rights law would be “catastrophic” for Christians, said Graham.
Artist Hollyn addressed comments claiming she’s no longer a Christain singer because her new EP, Bye, Sad Girl., is about a down season in her life and doesn't explicitly mention God.
Smaller churches are poised to make a comeback.
Love produces love. Hate produces hate. What does identity politics produce? It produces bigotry. It produces division. It produces a victim mentality.
My wife and I have decided to give regularly. She’s thrilled, I’m not. If God loves a cheerful giver, I dread knowing what He thinks of me.
Equality has always been important. Unfortunately, the Equality Act recently passed the US House and threatens to move America toward that very end: state-coerced uniformity.
British royalty are not only sovereigns of state, they govern the Church of England. Royals are married in the Church and royal infants in the Windsor line of succession, which now includes Archie, are all baptized by the Church – without consideration as to the espoused or practiced faith of those involved
“A new national counterculture.” That’s what Tim Goeglein and Craig Osten call for in their new and bracing book. They are calling for the renewal of our culture itself.
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What does the Bible say about the Holy Spirit and why is there such a mystery surrounding this third person of the Trinity? In part one of a three-part series on the Holy Spirit, DeLonn Rance of Evangel University discusses how the Holy Spirit works in Christians' lives and why many in the West deny His active role today.
Christian apologist Ravi Zacharias launched a new initiative Wednesday evening, convening dozens of elected officials, senior government staff, business people and academic leaders from both sides of the aisle to discuss political division in the United States.
Author Heather Avis, mama to three adopted kids — two with Down Syndrome — is urging the Church to make room for those who typically don’t have a seat at the table.