Michelle A. Vu

Christian Post Reporter

Business Mentorship Model Gets Christian Makeover

The concept of successful businessmen mentoring selected high-potential social entrepreneurs is not new. But the idea of Christians applying that model to social entrepreneurs motivated by their faith to advance the common good has never been put into practice before – until now.

Interview: Brother of Late David Wilkerson on His Life, Legacy

Don Wilkerson, 71, the youngest brother of David, spoke to The Christian Post on Thursday morning about the back story of his brother’s work with gang members and drug addicts in New York City, and the qualities that endeared him to the youths that roamed the dangerous streets of “the city that never sleeps.”

Interview: Author of 'When Will My Life Not Suck?'

People told him to use the word “stink” instead of “suck,” but author Ramon Presson went ahead anyways and titled his latest book When Will My Life Not Suck? He said he felt compelled to use the word to remain authentic to the question being asked by so many Americans.

Mohler: Without Old Testament, Jesus Story Incomplete

For too many evangelical pastors, the Old Testament is a “foreign book” that is better left alone or used only as background knowledge, lamented prominent theologian Dr. R. Albert Mohler Jr. on Tuesday. But preachers who neglect the Old Testament do so at the risk of “robbing” their congregation of fully understanding Jesus Christ.

Christian Right Leaders Return to War Room over DOMA

A psychologist, former NFL player, Harvard Business School graduate, and a former policy advisor to President Ronald Reagan are part of a tight-knit group of Christian Right leaders strategizing for an expected final showdown over the definition of marriage in the court.