I know what you're thinking: salvation is simple! After all, just look at John 3:16: God loved the world so much he sent his Son so that whoever believes in him will be saved. Surely that is simple, right?
As followers of Jesus, should we "unhitch" ourselves from the Old Testament, as Pastor Andy Stanley recently said?
Some 57,000 children are born every day. If things don't change, they will never hear the good news of the Gospel.
Social media giants like Facebook, Twitter, and Google want to mine and control information. Like their news media predecessors, they are some of the largest culprits of disseminating #fakenews.
It is becoming increasingly popular today to assume that since the essence of worship is the language of the gospel, then it follows that worship is all of life, and there is nothing distinct or significant about corporate gatherings of worship.
A number of American pastors have spoken out as a major study released by a global insurance company last week found that U.S. citizens face "epidemic" levels of loneliness.
Facebook, Twitter, and Google are some of the largest culprits of disseminating #fakenews.
An evangelical Christian couple in Alberta, Canada, had an earlier ban preventing them from adopting children because of their beliefs on gay marriage overturned.
Walt Disney World in Orlando Florida has officially confirmed that the popular family tourist attraction has canceled its annual Christian concert event, Night of Joy, after 34 years.
If you are an active Christian or church leader in the West I am almost positive you have bought into this myth.
In a society riddled with division and unrest, this year's National Day of Prayer will focus on praying for unity within the Church, in the family, and across racial and political lines, according to Pastor Ronnie Floyd.
The "death therapy" of little Alfie Evans shows that Britain has become an ever more secular society with each passing decade. The Britain of C.S. Lewis is a fading memory.
YouTube has suspended a pro-life group's account because it showed videos about the abortion pill reversal, which it deemed as being "harmful" and "dangerous."
The new "connectedness" that is being sold to us from Silicon Valley is a half-truth, which is just another way of saying it's also a half-lie.
In order to be an effective shepherd, a husband and father must keep his priorities in order.
A Christian counseling organization will offer a free training day to combat the United States' opioid epidemic at a church in Pennsylvania.
You may have thought I was overstating things in my recent article, "Will California Go from Banning Religious Books to Burning Them?"
"I have friends who are gay and planning a wedding. They know my beliefs on homosexuality — that it is not God's creative design. I'm expecting to receive a wedding invite anytime. What should I do?"
A group of Chicago pastors are speaking up on behalf of clergy everywhere in America in their latest federal appeals court effort fighting against a lawsuit that they say could cost houses of worship as much as $1 billion in new taxes.
Knowing our work matters to God impacts not only our individual sense of meaning and purpose, but also the flourishing of our communities, our nation, and the world.
Christians in China are being forced to adhere to revised regulations on religion which have led to strict government controls on their everyday lives.
For many years I've said that, when it comes to America, I'm more concerned with the absence of light than with the presence of darkness.
Things sure are getting better now that science has all the answers. At least that's what one Harvard professor thinks.
Drinking alcohol for health reasons is a dangerous myth.
Last week, the Senate and the House grilled Mark Zuckerberg about Facebook's use of data. Maybe someone else should have been on the hot seat, too.