Over 70 churches in Charlotte, North Carolina, have come together to declare in a unified sermon series what they are for, as opposed to what they are against.
Anne Graham Lotz has underwent breast cancer surgery in North Carolina, which she said "went well," and thanked God and all those who have sent in prayers.
Eighty-five members of Congress are demanding an end to the federal government's contract with a company that supplies tissue from aborted babies for research purposes in mice.
A New York-based Catholic diocese and after-school program have agreed to pay four sexually abused boys $27.5 million in what is believed to be the largest settlement ever reached on a church sex abuse case.
Conservative evangelical leaders have been vocal in their support of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, but has the recent allegation that the 53-year-old sexuall assaulted a woman over three decades when he was in high school changed their minds?
Southern Baptist Convention President J.D. Greear has urged Christians not to "tear apart" their unity over theological disagreements, such as Calvinism.
Bethlehem College & Seminary Chancellor and Desiring God founder John Piper believes the theological concept of "Christian Hedonism" should be taught to children.
Willow Creek Community Church has announced that the heads of two top denominational groups will lead the investigation into sex abuse claims against Bill Hybels.
Leading Southern Baptist ethicist Russell Moore has released a new book to aid Christians through their struggles with various aspects of family "spiritual warfare."
At least 200 couples in the U.K. have cited addiction to the wildly popular "Fortnite" and other online games among the reasons for their divorce since the start of 2018.
Country superstar Carrie Underwood revealed that she was afraid to get angry when she had three miscarriages because of how blessed her life already is. But she confessed she still got angry.
Hollywood actress Gianna Simone says the new film "Unbroken: Path to Redemption," about World War II prisoner of war Louis Zamperini, personally touched her life, teaching her to beauty behind of pain and suffering.
Three-time Grammy-Award winning writer Chris DeStefano say he believes God was in the room when he collaborated with Brett James and Carrie Underwood for her smash Christian-crossover hit "Something In The Water."
"Unbroken: Path to Redemption," hits theaters this week and Luke Zamperini and Will Graham reveal that the famous friendship between their family members, world-renown evangelist Billy Graham and war-hero Louis Zamperini continues on through them.
A Christian group is reaching to God as it helps a young woman heal from a 12-year ordeal in the U.K., where she was repeatedly raped and forced to undergo eight abortions.
Seven people were arrested Tuesday in the Indian state of Telangana in connection with the killing of a low-caste Christian man who married an upper-caste woman.
A professor in Sweden who recently spoke about the biological differences between men and women says he's now being investigated by his university.
Officials fear that dozens of miners and their families who were buried inside a chapel in the Philippines after Typhoon Mangkhut hit on Saturday are all dead.
In this explosive culture in America, motives are challenged endlessly. Trust in relationships is not earned easily. Criticism of others is ruthless. Cynicism is applauded loudly. Leaders are under detailed scrutiny.
Freedom of speech is a badly misunderstood concept. Here's why Christians must get this right.
America has had an explosion of megachurches in the past decade. We also have Christian colleges rapidly expanding in size. Yet all these visible indicators are misleading; something else is also going on that tells a very different story.
The aftermath of Florence is extraordinary. What we have witnessed reminds us that after our many achievements, after our incredible advances in technology, medicine, transportation, communication, and other human endeavors, we are still merely mortals subject to the basest of earth's elements.
Perhaps the reason I'm writing this article is the fact that it seems at least one report a month is coming in of another pastor or Christian leader falling in America.
In recent months, there have been increasingly disturbing reports about the persecution of Christians in China. By 2020, the Communist Party will attempt to monitor its citizens through a massive surveillance system called China Skynet.
This wasn't the first time that Evangelical leaders participated in the largest annual gathering of Muslims in the United States. What was especially intriguing were the questions and comments that audience members posed. They provide a window into what everyday Muslim Americans are concerned about when it comes to their relationships with Evangelicals and conservatives.
If you are a guy and have been involved in some sort of accountability group (like an X3group), no doubt the subject of "lust" has come up.
I made the decision to read Unbroken aloud to my students. That's a hard sell these days. Especially to teens who unabashedly declare they're not fans of reading or books, but would rather spend their free time streaming shows, scrolling through social media or playing video games. I was absolutely blown away by their reaction. They were hooked, just as I had been.
As we've talked about before on BreakPoint, suicides are increasing in the U.S. And the Church is not immune.
It's hard to imagine such a joke aimed at Muslims, Jews, or Buddhists. But ridiculing Christians is fair game in Hollywood these days.
I grew up viewing the term "evangelical" as a guarantee of quality. I believed that evangelicals were the most faithful and orthodox followers of Christ and that they offered the closest approximation of the New Testament church. But while I regularly used the term "evangelical" to identify "good" Christianity, I would have been hard pressed to give a concise definition of the term. So what, exactly, does it mean to be an evangelical?
Supreme Court nominee Brent Kavanaugh has been accused of sexually assaulting a woman more than 35 years ago, a charge which he "categorically and unequivocally" denies. Also implicated in the charge was Kavanaugh's teen friend at that time, Mark Judge, who also denies the accusation. But what if the charges are true? Do they disqualify Kavanaugh today?
Daniel is just one of the 65 million refugees around the world who have lost everything. Like most refugees, Daniel lived a relatively normal life before the militia arrived.
Anti-Semitism has marched through the centuries with boots, bombs, tanks, and terror. Its resurgence is no longer at the world's doorstep; it has unashamedly penetrated organizations, institutions, governments, and yes, churches.
If Bob Woodward's Trump-bashing, mega-bestseller is true, how should conservatives vote in the midterms? If the White House is in chaos, led by an unqualified and out of control president, what course should we take on November 6?
Public support for Roe v. Wade is a very poor metric for measuring support for legal abortion. Many Americans do not know that Roe made it remarkably difficult for states to place limits on late-term abortions, and many are unaware that reversing Roe would return abortion policy to the states.
Let's look at a progression from worldview to practice. As we recognize the reality of the Christian worldview, it becomes integrative, it changes how we see reality.
College football season has kicked off but for many Christian kids on college campuses this is open season on their faith.
Peer pressure almost never pushes teenagers to good places. Recently, it's been pushing them to the gender clinic.
We live in a world of injustice. Murder, theft, racism, abuse, and oppression are all around us, and Evangelical Christians are currently involved in an internal discussion about the best way we should address such injustice in the world, based on our common Christian beliefs.
The latest swashbuckling over Kavanaugh shows that many who govern have lost their focus in this crazy age. But so have some of us who seek to lead churches, as contemporary scandals reveal.
Before becoming a Christian, Paul assumed that his religious deeds were the basis of his righteousness before God.
So, why are we starting Revitalize Network? As a starter, allow me to share ten reasons.