Influential Christians want to see bans on certain weapons as well as better mental health resources. Though white evangelicals are less likely than most Americans to push for stricter gun laws, the recent school shooting in Parkland,...Show More Summary
A year after their letter opposing the refugee ban, the biggest names in the church are defending Dreamers, persecuted Christians, and more. This time last year, just weeks into Donald Trump’s presidency, evangelical leaders spoke out...Show More Summary
Regardless of court fight’s final outcome, fewer persecuted Christians will make it to America under president's plan. More than 500 conservative evangelical pastors and leaders representing all 50 states are urging President DonaldShow More Summary
Revolution Communist Party member Sunsara Taylor will defend protesters who burn the American flag. Pastor Max Lucado will explain why everyone should know why we really celebrate Christmas.
On the last night of his life Jesus prayed a prayer that stands as a citadel for all Christians
Best-selling Christian author and preacher Max Lucado was never consulted about being featured in a progressive Christian nonprofit's anti-Donald Trump ad campaign that launched last week and includes audio from his interview with National Public Radio earlier this year.
A progressive faith-based nonprofit organization has launched a six-figure advertising campaign that highlights the immoral behavior of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and is designed to target millennial evangelicals and Catholic women during the last few weeks leading up to the election.
Best-selling author and megachurch pastor Max Lucado believes that the 18 month long political process is draining Americans of the joy in their lives.
Baptist megachurch pastor Robert Jeffress has said that he disagrees with Christian author Max Lucado when it comes to Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, explaining that he wants to see the "meanest, toughest" option for fighting the Islamic State terror group and other threats.
Why the beloved pastor and best-selling author isn't despairing for the church's future. Walk into any Christian bookstore in the country, and you’re likely to find whole shelves bearing the works of writer, pastor, and preacher Max Lucado. Show More Summary
We are really ready for this presidential election to be over. We're ready for an end to the rancor and tackiness. Voters on both sides feel frustrated, even embarrassed by it all. There is a visceral fear, an angst about the result...
There is an edginess out there. A trepidation. A fear. Society seems like straw near a burning match. Combustible.
Best-selling author and megachurch pastor Max Lucado's op-ed went viral in February when he uncharacteristically broke his silence on politics, decrying Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's crude antics. But this week he shared his dream where Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton "reached a truce."
Pastor Max Lucado of San Antonio, Texas explained why he decided to break his political silence and write a blog speaking out against Donald Trump, saying that he is protecting the reputation of the church because the Republican frontrunner claims to be a Christian.
Pastor Max Lucado, a best-selling author and minister at Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Texas, explained that he is speaking out against Donald Trump, because he believes the Republican presidential candidate is giving Christians a bad name.
Christian leaders, from Robert Jeffress to Max Lucado, are divided on who to vote for. How can we honor God and preserve our values this election season? Here are five ways.
A great emphasis on ministry and community at Oak Hills Last summer, I had the privilege of visiting and preaching at Oak Hills Church, where Randy Frazee is the Senior Minister and Max Lucado in the Teaching Minister. You’ll note that...Show More Summary
We asked 11 pastors about the last time they preached about politics and why. Last week, San Antonio pastor Max Lucado became the most high-profile pastor to speak out against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. “It is a break with precedent with me,” Lucado told CT in an interview about his decision to disavow Trump. Show More Summary
Max Lucado, the legendary Christian author and pastor, recently broke from his norm of not commenting on politics to point out that the Donald Trump campaign is all wrong for America. In a post entitled “Decency for President,” published Feb. Show More Summary
In the face of a candidate’s antics, “America’s Pastor” speaks out. Max Lucado is a pastor in San Antonio and a bestselling author of 32 books including the most recent Glory Days. In a 2004 piece, Christianity Today dubbed Max Lucado “America’s Pastor,” alluding to his broad appeal to mainstream Americans. Show More Summary