In interviews with The Christian Post, three well-known pastors discuss the dangers of "celebrity culture" within the Church and how the body of Christ should address this relatively new phenomenon.
Michael B. Jordan, star of "Creed II," revealed that his faith keeps him going when life knocks him down.
Dave Ramsey has urged pastors to refrain from preaching sermons about tithing "to broke people" — unless they first address debt.
A faith-based women's shelter in Alaska has filed a lawsuit against the state's most populous city for pressuring it to admit men who identify as women.
In modern American Christianity, one of the greatest needs that is facing the American Church is the need to reach the lost and bring the Gospel to those who will never enter a church building.
The biggest pain point for many parents is—you guessed it—smartphones. Should our kids own them? If so, how do we keep them from owning our kids?
Due to the excess of teaching on grace in the churches today, the thought of serving a God that might be a little demanding turns many people off.
This has become a very emotional topic because our friends and family will likely be giving us very nice gifts at Christmas and we won't be able to do much for them this year.
I have a few frustrating things that I wish I was clever enough to put into rhyme, so that they would hook into the memory of Christians. This is because remembering these few things could help the cause of the gospel.
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