In March 2020 the world changed. Churches had to turn on a dime. There was no choice but to adapt to the rising levels ...
Did Moses write the first books of the Bible, including his firsthand account of the Exodus story, or were the books written a thousand years later?
The new family-friendly streaming platform, 24 Flix offers families a variety of content at the lowest price in the market.
Author Charles Martin, behind novel-turned-movie The Mountain Between Us, has written a book on Jesus’ life and ministry through a storytelling perspective.
Are you planning to better manage your internet use in 2019? Three recent books can help.
Vice President Mike Pence has always encouraged his three children to make his Christian faith their own. But in order to do that, at least one of his daughters had teetered on the brink of atheism.
Francis Chan is urging the rising generation to rethink how church is done, and the American church has have gotten many things wrong even with good intentions, he says.
The fulfillment of biblical prophecy in the Holy Land is what author Doug Hershey wants Christians to see in before-and-after photographs featured in his book, "Israel Rising: The Land of Israel Reawakens."
A New Testament scholar is tackling a subject that has confounded sincere Christians across the ages: the identity and function of the third Person of the Trinity, the Holy Spirit. And, he maintains, many Christians in the West remain closed to the Spirit and are hampered by fear when it comes to relating to Him and tapping into his power.
New Testament scholar and retired Anglican bishop N.T. "Tom" Wright, 69, has a new book, Paul: A Biography, which aims to help readers wrestling with the words of the Apostle by highlighting his distinctly Jewish roots.
Southern Baptist scholar and author Jonathan Leeman is encouraging Christians to "rethink" the way they engage in the public square and urging them not to lift up certain gifts from God, such as the gift of freedom, higher than God Himself.
The Case for Christ author Lee Strobel is out with a new book making the case for miracles to an evangelical Christian audience, who is in many ways "embarrassed by the supernatural," he says.
If you want to save your marriage from endless fighting, the key is learning to win the spiritual battle. And that means consistently choosing to fight not with each other but doing battle together against the one who comes to steal, kill, and destroy, a renowned author says.
Lakewood Church Marriage Pastors Reveal the No. 1 Issue in Christian Relationships and How to Combat It (Interview)
As the pastors of marriage and parenting at Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas, Clayton and Ashlee Hurst know a thing or two about relationships. They've been married for more than 20 years, have two children together, and counsel countless couples on how to develop a Christ-centered, meaningful marriage.
Why does Christianity exalt the human body and secularism seek to destroy it?: Nancy Pearcey (Interview)
Arguably no subject divides Americans more passionately than what it means to be a human being, especially when it comes to sexuality, identity, and the body.
The spirit realm is not the property of New Agers but of the Church, author Jennifer Eivaz says, and it is the inheritance of every Christian to learn how to discern and see into the supernatural.