A Michigan-based Christian-owned funeral home has agreed to pay $250,000, as part of a legal settlement, to the estate of trans-identified individual that the company fired.
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.
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.
At the same time, many Christians continue to exalt Trump in very unhealthy, even Messianic ways.
It was probably 20 or 30 years ago that the subject of diversity began to seriously surface in Christian colleges and preparatory schools. There was a great deal of pressure being brought to bear on these schools to demonstrate racial and ethnic heterogeneity in the student body.
One reason Satan promotes racism is that racism keeps those whom God loves from loving each other.
If you want a measurement of stress, it is the distance between your ideals and reality. The greater the distance, the greater your anxiety and depression.
We estimate over half of churches are experiencing giving challenges. Far too few churches are preparing for what could be a rocky 2021.
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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.