A little more than half of pastors expect their worship attendance to decline after the COVID-19 pandemic is over, according to a new report by the Barna Group.
Teachers in China who mention God or religion risk employment termination as communist authorities increase their control over education materials and expand the list of banned topics teachers are not allowed to discuss in classrooms.
The United Methodist Church is calling on the ICE to release an undocumented immigrant and father of two U.S. citizens they say was detained on church grounds.
Six months into the coronavirus pandemic that prompted widespread economic shutdowns and disruptions to everyday life, Catholics in San Francisco marched in protest, decrying the worship restrictions that have prevented them from holding in-person masses as usual.
God the errand boy is still around. Fetch us a healing... wealth... happiness, we demand. But the errand boy deity is not God the Father, and we miss Abba terribly.
There’s no word for “tragedy” in the ancient Hebrew language (which is the original language of the Old Testament). Why?
In my opinion, most pastors would be amazed at how many people in their churches aren’t sure how to vote this year, and aren’t even sure if they will vote at all.
Do you ever think America has gone crazy – that too many now have bats in their belfry – that much of our leadership has lost its way with no true north to guide them?
The problem comes with the general misunderstanding of CRT as being solely about helping fight racism. CRT goes well beyond fighting racism. It not only demands a reordering of American society, but acts as a replacement for the Christian worldview in America. Let me explain.
The Babylon Bee headline is satirical, but, based on the logic of Netflix, it might as well be true: “New Netflix Movie Actually Murders Puppies To Teach That Murdering Puppies Is Bad.”
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New York City megachurch Pastor A.R. Bernard’s battle with COVID-19 was a lonely one. He was placed on Oxygen, watched his life flash before his eyes and began to have out-of-body experiences when he was hospitalized in March.
As he prepares to lead a prayer march in Washington, D.C., next week, evangelist Franklin Graham said the dire problems besetting the country are ones only God can solve, and time is short.
As someone who grew up as “poor white trash” in a blue collar neighborhood in Texas, Matt Chandler, lead pastor of teaching at The Village Church in the Dallas/Fort Worth area says he understands why some white people would find “white privilege” a “stunningly offensive” term.