In an exclusive interview with The Christian Post, Mike Pence opens up about prioritizing family and faith, navigating criticism stemming from his commitment to the "Billy Graham Rule," and what's next for him after suspending his presidential campaign.
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Max Lucado on returning to the true meaning of Christmas, pastoral burnout and a health update (exclusive)
As the world grapples with unprecedented challenges, pastor and bestselling author Max Lucado is calling for a return to the foundational truths of the Christmas season, urging believers and the broader community to rediscover the peace and resilience found in the story of Jesus Christ's birth.
Dozens of pastors gathered at the Israeli Embassy Monday for a private screening of raw footage and audio of Hamas gunning down civilians in their homes and bragging about killing Jews as they seek to bear witness to the brutality of the Oct. 7 attacks.
Here's a list of five family-friendly faith-inspired films to watch during the holiday season
Three influential Christians have been honored for exposing the Bible, “the greatest story of all time” to “millions of people.”
The new National Geographic documentary “The Mission” delves into John Chau’s background and history to understand the young missionary and the beliefs that drove his passion for reaching the lost, ultimately losing his life in pursuit of that goal.
Two African American faith leaders say despite the perception of many that the black Church has been silent in defense of Israel amid its war with Hamas, they and other black pastors are speaking out and refuting claims that Israel is a racist, apartheid state.
Doris Liber, the mother of 26-year-old Guy Iluz, an attendee at the Supernova music festival in the Negev desert last month who was abducted by Hamas terrorists, spoke with The Christian Post during her trip to Washington, D.C. this week to meet with lawmakers. She recalls how on the day of the attack, her son called to say his last words.
Largest Christian university in US defiant after feds slap school with $37M fine: 'Not paying a dime'
The president of the largest Christian university in the United States said that his school has no intention of paying the unprecedented $37.7 million fine levied this week by the U.S. Department of Education for alleged deceptive practices.