The gang that kidnapped 17 missionaries while they were on a trip to visit an orphanage in Haiti on Saturday has demanded $1 million each for their safe return, Justice Minister Liszt Quitel confirmed Tuesday.
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A group of parents has filed a lawsuit against U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland over his recent memorandum calling for greater federal involvement in investigating threats made against school boards and teachers.
Nearly half of surveyed clergy in the Presbyterian Church (USA) report experiencing fatigue on a regular basis, yet few take sabbaticals, according to a newly released survey.
When God didn't answer her "one last desperate prayer" before the death of her stepson, Beau Biden, from brain cancer in 2015, first lady Jill Biden felt so "betrayed" she "couldn't even pray." A visit to Brookland Baptist Church in Columbia, South Carolina, four years later, however, would change everything.
These school boards don't just serve the families who have kids in school — they serve the entire community. So every one of us can — and should — show up to these meetings and demand the truth about what's happening behind classroom doors. Because, as Scott Smith will tell you, it might not spare his daughter — but it could spare someone else's.
It is time for us to say unequivocally, “We have nothing to hide, so we have nothing to fear.”
If there is one thing that seems spiritually certain it is that the Church will always be divided. Our factions and differences and divisions seem as fixed as the rising of the sun. Yet the Bible speaks of a day when we will all come together in the unity of the faith. How can this possibly be true?
Sometime after that, a good friend and doctor whom I work with in the hospital had said to me that “whatever you get with the vaccine is better than getting COVID,” and I knew he was right.
Most of you won’t be surprised to know that political rhetoric often doesn’t conform to economic reality. The current spending and tax increase proposals are a vivid case in point.
If you believe in ghosts, I hate to burst your bubble, but they don’t exist. And by ghost, I’m using the traditional definition of a person who has died and is manifesting themselves in some way to the living, their spirit being trapped between this life and the next. No, there are no such things as ghosts. But there is something much worse that is real.
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J.D. Greear, pastor of Summit Church in Durham, North Carolina, shares his heart for restoring prayer to the "core" of the Church and reflects on his time as President of the Southern Baptist Convention.
After a long season of isolation, award-winning Christian music artist Chris Tomlin and the popular worship band UNITED are hoping to bring joy and unity to thousands across the country through their long-awaited 2022 "Tomlin UNITED Tour."
Evangelical churches have higher percentage of 'practicing Christians' than mainline, new poll finds
A new survey reveals that evangelicals account for a higher share of practicing Christians than their mainline counterparts. The American Bible Society released the seventh chapter of its 11th annual State of the Bible report titled “The Bible in the American Church.”