The World Evangelical Alliance officially handed over its top leadership position to Bishop Thomas Schirrmacher on Saturday, with the new secretary-general and CEO of the global organization of evangelical churches detailing what it means to be evangelical.
A.R. Bernard spoke with The Christian Post about the black church's impact on American life and how it has served as a catalyst for the improvement of the black experience in the United States.
The U.S. Supreme Court has blocked a California county’s ban on indoor worship services weeks after officials ordered places of worship to remain closed until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic even though the high court had weeks earlier lifted a statewide ban on religious gatherings.
This week in Christian history: Bob Jones U interracial dating ban, John Wesley dies, Vassy Massacre
This week — Feb. 28 through March 6 — marks the anniversary of notable events that happened in Church history. They include Bob Jones University ending its ban on interracial dating, a 16th-century massacre of Huguenots and the death of John Wesley.
You may not recognize this important scripture because it’s almost impossible to hear it from the pulpit today. The prevailing attitude is that faith is positively flowing.
Are you tired emotionally? Is your peace short lived due to the overwhelming nature of your life right now?
A multitude of states, counties and cities have banned “conversion therapy,” usually for minors only, with efforts underway to issue a national ban for all through the so-called “Equality Act” (HR 5).
While it may be appropriate to label Max Lucado “Christian-lite”, I don’t believe it’s fair to call him a Christian Leftist (at least not yet).
There are only about 1,500 megachurches in the United States today. Meaning, there are only about 1,500 pastors of megachurches. Yet, somehow, it seems that every week we hear of a new Christian celebrity pastor failing. Personally, through my years in ministry, I have worked under three of these lead pastors. All three have had moral failings.
Some might argue that intergenerational conflicts do not exist during Bible times, but I have a different answer.
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Amazon, Netflix, Twitter: ‘Dirty Dozen List’ names 12 businesses profiting off sexual exploitation during pandemic
The National Center on Sexual Exploitation unveiled its annual Dirty Dozen list, comprised of 12 businesses and entities that the organization says profit off sexual exploitation. NCOSE has been annually releasing the Dirty Dozen list since 2013, with the goal of spreading awareness to get those on the list to stop promoting sexually graphic products and content.
A mother of six is speaking out against an effort to create a "Marshall Plan for Moms" by giving mothers $2,400 stimulus checks, arguing that it devalues motherhood and sends the wrong message.
Gender clinics housed within children's hospitals were protested on Feb 14 in an effort spanning six cites in a joint effort spearheaded by a recently-formed LGB group and parents of transgender-identifying teens and young adults.