In the bystander video that has been watched by millions around the world, George Floyd, a 46-year-old African American man, begged for his life and cried for his mother before he visibly stopped breathing with the knee of a white Minneapolis police officer still pinned to his neck on Monday.
A Chicago pastor likened city officials to "Soviet styled KGB" agents after the mayor ordered police to shut down an in-person worship service at his church on Sunday.
Country star Carrie Underwood and her husband, retired NHL player Mike Fisher are the stars of a new series by “I Am Second” in which the couple get candid about their faith and family.
The United Methodist Church has finalized a new date for its next general conference, which was originally scheduled for May but had to be postponed due to coronavirus concerns.
We are hearing from pastors and other church leaders about members who have divergent opinions on the timing for regathering the in-person services.
What is absurd to us is that anti-Israeli and anti-Zionist content is broadcast freely every day on cable television in Israel, without any restrictions, but the authorities want to shut down a channel they legally approved.
There is a subtle creep of utilitarianism in their interpretation of the Bill of Rights, shoving aside principle.
In this season of isolation, I want to remind you that you are not alone, though your feelings may say otherwise.
If someone asked me to sum up in one word why a person should believe the Bible is trustworthy and, moreover, why it’s a supernatural book, that word would be: Israel.
In this coronavirus crisis, we’ve gotten a nasty preview on a temporary basis of what socialism would feel like on a permanent basis.
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