Pastor John Onwuchekwa, lead pastor of the diverse but predominantly black, Cornerstone Church Atlanta announced Friday that his congregation has voted to leave the Southern Baptist Convention hinting at racial concerns with the world’s largest Baptist denomination.
Pope Francis omitted comments expressing concern over China's national security law for Hong Kong in a recent speech, raising alarm for many Christians.
Author J.K. Rowling has continued to raise concerns about transgender activism, particularly the promotion of experimental puberty blockers prescribed to minors.
Kanakuk Kamps, a popular network of Christian sports camps in southern Missouri which has welcomed more than 450,000 campers since 1926, was forced to shutter one of its multiple sites Friday after some 49 campers and counselors tested positive for COVID-19.
California has issued a ban on corporate singing. How should churches proceed? Thankfully, there are biblical and historical precedents that help inform Christian leaders.
Given the recent “Silence is Violence” media push, I wonder what our current crop of social justice warriors would say about Jesus’ perceived silence in the gospels on the wrongs they passionately decry today?
Now, in the summer of 2020, it appears that Trump’s reelection might also require divine intervention.
The pro-life movement will persist until abortion is rejected by both our laws and our culture.
When you and I seek to become godly and spend time in God’s word and worship, He will make us what we strive to be.
In Colorado, cannabis-related emergency and urgent-care visits among “teenagers and young adults” increased nearly three-fold after legalization.
Discipleship, which is the mission Christ gave his church, involves more than (though no less than) data transmission.
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A genocide expert and former Congressman Frank Wolf have warned that violence being committed against Christians in Nigeria and the U.S. government’s “failed” response to it could lead to another genocide like the ones that occurred in Rwanda and Darfur.
As the United States continues to report a surge in coronavirus cases, Americans have been debating the use of face masks and whether governments should require them.
Jonathan McReynolds says church leaders in quarantine are being shaken to see what’s in their hearts
BET’s "Sunday Best" judge and award-winning singer Jonathan McReynolds is getting ready for the launch of the quarantine version of the singing competition this weekend and says gospel singers and church leaders alike are being forced to see what’s in their hearts as they are not able to lead crowds of people.