The United States Supreme Court vacated a ruling against a Christian couple forced to pay $135,000 for refusing to make a gay wedding cake.
New York City has created a $250,000 fund to pay for abortions for women who cannot afford the procedure, including women who live out of state.
Author and pastor Max Lucado has identified the secret to happiness in a consumer-driven world and said that striving to live a happy life is the “moral obligation” of every Christian.
With such a drastic percentage of millennials having dropped out of the church, ministries nationwide are asking themselves what they must do to bring young adults back to church or even attract those who never went to church in the first place.
What sets this documentary about Emanuel Church apart ... is “the theological understanding of where forgiveness comes from. And that is the cross of Christ.”
Our faith – one of the most precious things in our lives – gets ridiculed and reviled. Yet YouTube takes no action against the offenders. YouTube doesn’t demonetize them or penalize them. But when a conservative like Crowder insults a gay journalist, you take action.
I’ve mentioned a few times that the possibility that Roe v. Wade might be in play, overturned, or at least rolled back, has prompted a significant uptick in state action on abortion.
As we celebrate Father’s Day, I believe that men, and fathers like Kent, have a pivotal role to play in creating a culture of life in America
Salvation isn’t just applying for fire insurance from hell. That’s what some people do when they pray a certain little prayer, get baptized, and join the church.
A new film, "Emanuel: The Untold Story of the Victims and Survivors of the Charleston Church Shooting," tells what came next as survivors lived out Christ’s hard teaching (Matthew 18:22), to forgive the sins of our brothers “seventy-seven times.”
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