Two recent polls suggest that President Barack Obama is losing support among some of his most reliable constituencies – young adults, Latinos, women and labor union households.
Boulder police have accused a Colorado senior pastor of covering up information about a youth pastor who allegedly sexually assaulted a female church attendee starting when she was 15.
Arkansas and Democrat Sen. Mark Pryor has released a new re-election ad of him holding a Bible and discussing the esteem to which he gives it.
The former NFL quarterback and currently unemployed player Tim Tebow may have several job offers - in the broadcasting world - starting in 2014.
New surveillance footage reveals that a man who ran into a Maryland church's food pantry on fire, setting the building on fire and killing its pastor, doused himself in gasoline prior to entering the church.
A historically Methodist, Texas university has designated a space for its Muslim students to pray.
For anyone who has found themselves mulling over or emulating particular character traits of film, comic and book protagonists, Kristen Parrish's new devotional book, "No Cape Required," offers readers an opportunity to reflect on the lives and decisions of 52 heroes, drawing out a particularly noteworthy quality in each.
Domonique Scott, one of five Atlanta preachers' wives featured in the TLC reality show "The Sisterhood" and a self-described entrepreneur and evangelist, has been charged with fraud and making false statements in a case involving her supposed tutoring of low-income students.
An Illinois pastor who was grieving the death of his wife, whom he buried last December, reportedly fatally shot himself inside his Matteson home Saturday in front of his mother and son who begged him not to do it, after lamenting that he was hearing her voice and footsteps.
A columnist with the Fox News channel has compared the head of the Roman Catholic Church to President Barack Obama.
How the megachurch healed—by remembering what it means to be the local church. The fog from the smoke machine is especially thick this Easter morning in Colorado Springs. Green lasers dance across the stage and over the thousands gathered, making no discernible pattern as they slice into the fog. Show More Summary
Dale Pyne says when we put pastors on a pedestal, they’re more likely to topple. As president of Peacemakers Ministries—which has worked with hundreds of churches to quell disputes using biblical principles—Dale Pyne has seen his fair share of pastoral failings. Show More Summary
Pausing in the pregnant darkness of “Come, Lord Jesus.” Maybe it's the waning light and earlier evenings as we head into winter. Or the book I just read on the effects of environmental toxins on fetal development and breast milk quality. Show More Summary
Just because your church looks diverse doesn't mean it is diverse. I recently returned from Mosaix' 2nd National Multi-ethnic Church Conference in Long Beach, California I was struck by a few things about the conference that I thought...Show More Summary
(British House of Commons: Wikipedia) Yesterday the House of Commons (UK) spent 3 hours of their valuable time exploring and debating the current rampant escalation of the persecution and killing of Christians around the world in the beginning of the 21st century. Show More Summary
I’m serious. If this is the best article you’ve read today so far, then I would encourage you to read more. Maybe try this one. That is just what I had open on my desktop, there are a lot more out there. But who knows which one will be the best to read? That’s a […]
Yesterday's devotion covered three steps to Christian growth: renewing our minds through Bible reading, confessing sin, and repenting of that sin. Today we will look at three more factors that will build us spiritually.