The biggest crisis facing the evangelical, global church today is the growing lack of biblical literacy worldwide, according to Thomas Schirrmacher, the newly elected secretary-general of the World Evangelical Alliance.
A multisite congregation in Ohio is looking to donate gift cards to every teenager in foster care in the state, with organizers presently nearing the halfway point of their goal.
When the government fights to make Catholic charities offer adoption to homosexual couples, children lose, adoption advocates recently argued.
Doctors and scientists from around the world have signed a document calling for an end to COVID-19 lockdowns because of “grave concerns” over public health.
Our increasingly anti-God society has embraced a post-truth worldview and that has short-circuited any hope of arriving at a real standard of good and evil.
Today is National Disability Day, a time to raise awareness about the challenges faced by people with disabilities. As Christians, we need to be aware of these challenges and we should strive to serve these families better than any entity in society.
For several weeks now, 2 Chronicles 20:20 has been quoted repeatedly, urging us to believe God’s prophets when they say that Trump will serve a second term while also rebuking those who question what the prophets say.
Hiring new roles to manage the increase in daily responsibilities has become a hot topic for ministry leaders as they seek answers for how to best keep their church functioning.
An unjust law is a code that is out of harmony with the moral law. To put it in the terms of St. Thomas Aquinas: An unjust law is a human law that is not rooted in eternal law and natural law.
To see things as they “truly are” requires prophetically gifted people, well-tethered to a local church which is itself tethered to biblical authority and order.
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The Exodus Road, a nonprofit organization that rescues human trafficking victims, said all donations made on Giving Tuesday will be matched.
The Gospel has advanced powerfully in 2020, Franklin Graham told The Christian Post. In 2019, 1.3 million people gave their lives to Christ, Graham said. In 2020, 1.7 million people did.
Secular media talk much of fraudulent works like “The Gospel of Jesus’ Wife” and little of the incomparable reliability of the New Testament, professor Craig Evans told The Christian Post, and that's why he decided to write his new book.