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Mass shooting and intentionally mentoring tween boys
As we begin to pray and imagine what a world could look like without violent mass-shootings one of the things that the Church has to decide is: Are we willing to give up our own agendas so we can create space to pour into tween boys?
Department of Defense cannot continue to ignore what's killing recruitment
Defense Department leaders continue to avoid facing the real elephant in the room: The perceived wokeness of top DOD leadership (and policies) by the conservative half of the country.
'We are increasingly no longer safe': Seminary head sounds alarm on record rise in murder rates
The head of a prominent American seminary who served as both a lawyer and judge is warning that a surge in murders among Americans — particularly in the black community — since the “defund the police” movement began is yet another sign that America is in dire need of spiritual revival.
Why mobile abortion clinics are a terrible idea
And what happens if something goes wrong after the woman returns home following the abortion? Where will the doctor be that did the abortion? Across the state maybe, who knows?
Archaeologists uncover centuries-old remnants of 1 of America's first black churches
A team of archaeologists in Virginia have discovered what they believe to be the remains of the first permanent structure for one of the oldest African-American congregations in the United States.
62% of white Evangelicals have had at least 1 dose of COVID-19 vaccine: poll
A new survey reveals that while a supermajority of white Evangelical Protestants have had at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, the group has the lowest vaccination rate among all demographic subgroups questioned.
Egyptian authorities seize centuries-old monastery over unpaid taxes
Egyptian authorities have confiscated land and property belonging to a Coptic Orthodox monastery founded in 360 AD because the monks have not been able to pay taxes since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report.
New socialism is identity socialism
In this coronavirus crisis, we’ve gotten a nasty preview on a temporary basis of what socialism would feel like on a permanent basis.
Megachurch pastor stars in Amazon Prime series leading motorcyclists on ride of lifetime
Brian Tome, pastor of Crossroads Church in Cincinnati, Ohio, is the star of a new seven-episode adventure reality series on Amazon Prime titled, “Phantom Lake.”
Blues and more come alive in the Mississippi Delta
The Mississippi Delta, a swath of northwest Mississippi in the shadow of its namesake river, is home to small Southern towns, the regional cuisine you expect and an outsized legacy that ranges from a seminal Civil War battle to an entire genre of music.
142 killed, 3,000 displaced in attacks by suspected Fulani herdsmen in Nigeria
A group of armed men suspected to be radical Fulani herdsmen attacked several villages in Nigeria’s Plateau State, killing at least 142 people, abducting dozens, mostly women, and displacing more than 3,000 people, according to reports.
Burkina Faso coup leader sworn in as president, vows to defeat Islamic extremism
Burkina Faso coup leader Paul-Henri Damiba has been sworn in as president and vowed to win the war on Islamic extremism that has plagued the country in recent years, leading the U.S. government to restrict $160 million in aid.
John Crist cancels remaining 2019 tour dates due to sexual misconduct allegations
Popular Christian comedian John Crist has canceled his latest tour due to reports that he engaged in multiple instances of sexual misconduct including sexting, harassment, and affairs with married women.
Pastor jailed in Laos for over 1 year released, convicted of 'disrupting unity'
A Christian pastor imprisoned in the Southeast Asian country of Laos for refusing to halt worship has been freed after over one year in detention.
Lilly Endowment Gives Christian Ministries $70 Million to Support Pastors Facing Challenges, Isolation
The Lilly Endowment has donated a combined $70 million to dozens of Christian colleges and ministries across the nation to help them establish pastor support networks and programs in 29 states.
The future of our high schoolers is at stake. Let's invest in them
But I’ve seen something else lately — students are losing hope. As adults, we know the stress and uncertainty this pandemic has caused, but what about teens? Are we seeing their struggle?
The new frontline against woke capital - part 2
Visit the front line of the fight against the politicization and ideological capture of the investing industry, frequently under the name of ESG: Environmental, Social, and Governance.
About elitists, rednecks, uneducated buffoons, bigots, and deplorables
Recently, I attended a worship service in a small rural church in North Carolina with a segment of our country’s citizens, who, by the standards of many today, would be deemed as rednecks, uneducated buffoons, bigots, and deplorables.
New York City mayor seeks help to end 'kids killing kids' in the city
The ongoing murders in NYC are a sad tragedy, but it is an opportunity for the Church to step in and minister to families to restore their affiliation with Jesus Christ.
What discipleship is and isn't
Discipleship is not simply a matter of depending on God for safety but recognizing that safety is less important than following where God leads.