The Global Year of the Bible is underway as missions organizations, churches and other ministries are seeking to usher in a grassroots “Bible revival.” One evangelist believes many, including Christians, have yet to learn to love the Word of God.
Authorities in China have imposed severe travel restrictions on 18 cities in and around Hubei province, including the city of Wuhan where the new coronavirus originated and killed at least 15 people on Friday alone.
Biblical scholar N.T. Wright believes that failing to read the New Testament in its proper context has a devastating effect on both the unity of the Christian church and the theological understanding of God and the world.
This week in Christian history: George Beverly Shea born; Pentecostal church holds first assembly; Pelagius
Here are just a few things that happened this week, Jan. 26 to Feb. 1, in Church history. They include the birth of George Beverly Shea, the first general assembly for a Pentecostal denomination, and the excommunication of an early church heretic.
January is National Human Trafficking Awareness month – an opportunity for us all to recommit ourselves to eliminating trafficking.
An incredible rescue took place in Bellevue, Nebraska. Photographer Terry Ingram was out taking photos of eagles when a car flew past him and lost control.
The parents were typically professionals working jobs that put them in the upper-middle-class bracket; “lawyers, a doctor and an assistant schools superintendent"
Along with discarding children, family and marriage, the Barna study revealed you weren’t (and aren’t) overall interested in caring for the poor, the needy, the widows and the orphans.
I believe the Bible gives us understanding in this area, even if the explanations are sometimes difficult to accept.
Trump’s historic speech to the March for Life crowd reminds us that there is often a very fine line between religion and politics.
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For the young pro-lifers leading the March for Life this year, it is science and compassion that will win the day for the cause to save the unborn.
Pro-life activists had much to celebrate in 2019 and are looking forward to what is ahead in 2020 as there could be huge developments on the abortion issue this year.