Many pastors and leaders look for the silver bullet - the solution that they can seamlessly weave into the life of the church that will solve all of their problems but keep everyone currently attending happy. There’s only one problem. It doesn’t exist.
- February 24, 2014 |
It should come as no surprise that sometimes well-meaning, sincere Christians can disagree with each other on how to best live out their faith. Sometimes, those differences can run deep.
- February 24, 2014 |
The Arizona Legislature has passed a religion bill that would allow individuals and businesses to use religious beliefs as defense against a lawsuit.
A new NAE-backed initiative wants to see if they can help scientists and evangelicals better understand each other.
After another day of violence in Ukraine, a deal was reached Friday between protesters and the presidential office. Both the French and Polish foreign ministries cautioned that the contents were still in flux.
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Sometimes, God’s biggest miracles are what He does in our hearts. Just ask Erik Fitzgerald and Matthew Swatzell.
The odd argument in front of your children may not seem like a big deal, but new research suggests it could have an effect in later life.
In a new poll, Millennials say they value job mobility, flexible schedules, and the ability to travel and be with friends.
Australian Missionary John Short, 75, is being detained in North Korea under suspicion of leaving religious pamphlets in a Buddhist temple during a tour, reports The Guardian.
The man behind “tips for Jesus” has finally broken his silence and claims the movement is meant to be “agnostic,” not Christian.
Someone asked me an interesting question recently that I’d never been asked before: “What books do you keep closest to you when you write?”
You may have heard the news: abortion rates are at the lowest they’ve been since Roe v. Wade legalized the act in all 50 states 41 years ago. Two separate sources confirm this statement: the most recent report by Planned Parenthood’s research arm, the Guttmacher Institute, and the government’s Center for Disease Control 2010 report.
A saliva test for teenage boys with mild symptoms of depression could help identify those who will later develop major depression, a new study says.
Wednesday marked a day of national mourning in the Ukraine after 25 people were killed in a bloody clash between protestors and the government.
Does Christian faith compromise, or enhance one's intellect?
Does a generation of aborted children deserve a "Yad vaShem"?
Translating books into movies has always been a tricky process. How do you adapt one of the oldest and most revered Bible stories known to man?
A Pennsylvania couple who believe in faith-healing face 20 years or more in prison in the death of a second child, who died without seeing a doctor.
The Disney Channel recently introduced a subplot involving a lesbian couple to its popular children’s show, “Good Luck Charlie.” The storyline involved Charlie’s parents trying to remember the name of their daughter’s friend’s mom. The father remembered the mom’s name as Cheryl, and the mother remembered the name as Susan. Turns out they were both right, because the little girl coming over to play had two mommies.