One thing I told them then, and would tell them now, is to not overlook the chance to design your church's structure.
Two of the nation's leading evangelicals are throwing their weight behind President Barack Obama's push for universal background checks for all gun buyers, a measure that faces stiff opposition in both the House and Senate.
Jesus forgets what we remember. And he remembers what we forget.
A prominent atheist activist group has filed a lawsuit in federal court seeking to have the historic phrase "In God We Trust" removed from the nation's currency.
- March 16, 2013 |
“Jesus is coming!” This weekend, on television, that is.
If you live for your career, what difference will it make ten seconds after you die?
The wife of an American Christian pastor imprisoned in Iran told lawmakers Friday in emotional testimony on Capitol Hill that she's "disappointed" with the State Department's lackluster involvement in the case -- as her lawyers accused the government of going completely "AWOL" in the face of Saeed Abedini's plight.
Days before Burmese president Thein Sein was reportedly nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize last week, a report revealed his government troops had killed and raped dozens of civilians and burned hundreds of churches and homes.
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In the latest instance of Christian persecution in Libya, Islamists torched a church attended by Egyptian Christians in Benghazi on Friday.
The CEO of an electric company in Florida has filed suit against the Department of Health and Human Services over the "preventive services" mandate, making it the 50th such lawsuit filed against HHS.
A petition for the release of Pastor Saeed Abedini, the American citizen currently serving eight years in prison in Iran, has reached nearly half a million signatures a day before an important congressional hearing concerning his case.
A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of engaging with a group of college students from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. As I shared in my previous blog post, our time together led to spirited, honest dialogue that I was told later inspired some students to have meaningful conversations about Jesus and Christianity.
in man's economy, broken + broken often equals more broken.
Repeated electrical shock torture of an Egyptian Christian accused of "proselytizing" in Libya likely exacerbated his heart ailment, leading to his death in custody.
A U.S. district judge has overturned Idaho's so-called "fetal pain" law, a ban on abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy -- the point at which a fetus reportedly begins to feel pain.
In my strength alone, I will always remain helpless, insecure, and eons from innately good.
An Open Doors field worker for Libya has expressed his deep concerns about the deteriorating situation for Christians in Libya.