As a pastor of a church, I can say without qualification that World Vision is not being the parachurch we need. It is neither creating unity nor honoring the church.
- March 27, 2014 |
Here’s a heartwarming story as we close in on the end of the week: there’s a Colorado young woman who’s taking care of preemies and their families in a most thoughtful way.
- March 27, 2014 |
Two days after the announcement that Christians in same-sex marriages could be hired at World Vision, the Christian relief organization reversed its decision.
A new study says that parents who spank their children are part of a “vicious cycle” that will lead to more spankings and more misbehavior.
Tuesday the United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments on behalf of Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties, Corp., whose business owners have brought lawsuits against the HHS Mandate.
North Korea performed an unannounced test launch of two medium-range ballistic missiles early Wednesday morning.
Pope Francis has asked German bishop Monsignor Franz-Peter Tebartz-van Elst of Limburg to leave his post since the $41.3 million cost of his personal mansion have gone public.
A new study examined the pervasive, but largely unexamined problem of sexual coercion among teen boys and young men and found that coerced sex is fairly common and can lead to psychological distress and risky behavior.
A new study finds a link between depression and weight gain in teenage girls. Depressed teens were more likely to gain weight and those who struggled with weight were more likely to experience depression.
Eight-year old Sunnie Kahle recently left her private Christian school in Lynchburg, Virginia after the administration complained that her appearance was not sufficiently female.
According to the Christian Post, the upcoming Noah film by Darren Aronofsky has stirred up considerable controversy among faith driven audiences.
Since its founding in 1950, World Vision has put the teachings of Jesus Christ into daily practice around the world by feeding and caring for those in dire need. As a ministry, it’s been one the great gems of evangelical Christendom. Their organization has made – and is making - a dramatic difference in the lives of countless individuals.
A panel of three experts was recently assembled by the Center for American Progress to discuss the problem of Christian persecution in the Middle East and what can be done to end it.
A new study suggests that kids whose parents are strict but not emotionally receptive are more likely to be obese, compared with kids whose parents set boundaries but are affectionate.
Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon apologized to the Obama administration for his recent comments claiming that the U.S. is “showing weakness” in the world.
Since the release of his book "Killing Jesus," O’Reilly has faced criticism from members of the secular-progressive movement.
Americans adopted 7,094 children from other countries in the 2013 fiscal year, the lowest number of international adoptions since 1992.
A drug seller sent a shipment of 240 grams of liquid cocaine worth $55,000 to the Vatican Post Office. The cocaine was concealed within 14 condoms.
Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge incinerated 797 babies under 13 weeks of gestation at its waste-to-energy plant after telling mothers the bodies had been “cremated.”
Today the U.S. Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments for two cases that will have far-reaching implications for our religious freedom: Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties v. Sebelius. I’d like to ask for you to please pray about these cases – but before I go into specific prayer requests, I want to share a bit about why they're so important.