In a society largely devoid of orthodox theology, Christians should continue to sing the great hymns to better understand the important foundational stones upon which their faith rests, Joni Eareckson Tada says.
Millennials boldly preach freedom from LGBT lives at Orlando march 3 years after Pulse mass shooting
Neither rain nor intense heat could stop hundreds of people from gathering Saturday to proclaim their freedom from homosexuality. A group of passionate millennials brought the Freedom March to Florida to share how Jesus delivered them from the LGBT lifestyle.
This week in Christian history: Anne Bradstreet dies, missionary goes to China, Huguenot massacre in Florida
Here are just a few things that happened this week, Sept. 15-21, in Church history.
“Hesburgh,” a documentary film about the late Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, who served as president of the University of Notre Dame for 35 years, shows how the minister befriend and influenced numerous world leaders — from presidents to popes.
There are some Christians who believe that suicide is an unpardonable sin, the logic being this: Suicide is self-murder and you cannot repent of the sin of suicide. Other Christians argue that we are forgiven because of what Jesus did.
The debate between being an attractional or missional church continues. I’m not a fan of a church that is ONLY attractional, but I do think we can learn some things from the attractional approach:
If for no other reason than God’s command, we should be willing to study how the Christian faith has evolved over time, particularly its worship. But God does not command this without reason.
If you’re not experiencing the power of God in your life, check your connections—you might not be plugged into the right energy source.
Today, former homosexuals and transgender individuals will gather for a Freedom March in Orlando, Florida to tell their stories of finding freedom in Christ. To a nation engulfed in the sexual revolution, their stories are both inspirational and counter-cultural.
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Churches teaching suicide prevention, correct theology on damnation as nearly 800K take lives annually
It was about 1974 while serving as a military chaplain when Bill Graham, visitation pastor at First Baptist Clarksville Church in Tennessee, had his first brush with suicide.
On the eve of the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, a delegation of American evangelical leaders met with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to discuss the state of religious freedom and the battle against extremism in the kingdom.
Dove-nominated singer Justin Kintzel says he regained his faith after struggling with unbelief and that experience led him to write his new single, “In All This We Know.”