The Christian advocacy group International Justice Mission, which fights sex trafficking and works to improve justice systems in countries where it operates, cut about one-third of its staff in Guatemala in anticipation of cuts to Central American aid by the U.S. State Department.
A Georgia mom is still thanking God days after her 2-year-old daughter survived with “barely a scratch” even though she was trapped inside her van when it rolled down a hill and crashed just outside her home last Thursday.
Volunteers from a church-run playgroup have reportedly been banned from a public library’s weekly “Rhyme Time” event in the United Kingdom after complaints were raised about children singing songs about the Bible and God.
Joni Eareckson Tada shared “miraculous” health news, announcing she’s cancer-free after being diagnosed with breast cancer for the second time in late November.
The scene is movie legend: Morpheus sits with Neo beside a fireplace while a storm rages outside, and tells him that the world he calls reality—what he sees when he looks out the window or turns on the television, when he goes to work—it’s all an illusion.
Aren’t these private companies? Absolutely. And aren’t they entitled to decide their own rules and censor anyone they wish? Not necessarily, for two reasons.
There is a national outcry over the president’s “go back” home tweets directed at “‘Progressive’ Democrat Congresswomen."
Have you ever had that nagging feeling down deep inside that something is wrong with youth ministry, that something big is missing in our strategies and philosophies?
We’ve got some serious thinking to do about how we can transmit the truths of the Gospel and the worldview that flows from it to Generation Z. To start with: What has worked for previous generations may not work for them.
So, what should pastors do if the interruption takes place? Let me share with you five considerations for pastors confronted with this reality.
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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.
Mothers are more often credited with driving spiritual development in American Christian homes than fathers, according to a new report.
Professional surfer and outspoken Christian Bethany Hamilton is the subject of the new documentary called “Bethany Hamilton: Unstoppable,” and says God is responsible for giving her a story that can inspire others.