American Catholic Cardinal Raymond Burke, the former head of the highest court at the Vatican, has said that despite what some people claim, it is not true that Christians and Muslims worship the same God.
Praying without ceasing shouldn't be taken literally, says Pastor John Piper. But what does it really mean?
While many American teenagers hold a positive opinion of the Bible, most don't regularly read it.
Despite the fact that Christian fast-food chain Chick-fil-A is notorious for being closed on Sundays, several Texas locations operated on Sunday to prepare and distribute free food to victims impacted by the deadly tornadoes that created havoc and destruction throughout the state.
The Urbana triennial student missions conference began at Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, Missouri, Sunday evening with a speaker challenging the 16,000 participants to let God write their life agenda.
Evangelist Franklin Graham appeared on Fox News and explained that there's more to his decision to resign from the Republican Party than just the "wasteful" spending bill.
True Christians must look to God not only as a deliverer of justification and righteousness, but must also value God as a treasure in their lives above all other things, Pastor John Piper says.
Three hundred and fifty-four people came to Christ across the 19 campuses of NewSpring Church in South Carolina last Sunday.
Jordan Smith, "The Voice" season 9 winner, was on hand Tuesday at Saddleback Church to kick-off its Christmas season services.
Another Christmas has come and gone. Or has it? If you look closely, there's one more gift yet to open.
A storm producing multiple tornadoes touched down in Ovilla, Garland, Rowlett, Copeville and Blue Ridge. Sadly, there would be 11 fatalities, dozens of injuries, hundreds of homes destroyed, thousands of people displaced and millions of dollars in damage.
One of the key metrics of financial giving in a church is per member giving: What is the average giving per member or per attendee? Per member giving is often masked by fluctuations in attendance and membership. The most effective measure is to calculate the average giving per member.
One year ago, a remnant of believers came together in Washington, DC for OneVoiceDC—a non-denominational prayer and worship gathering. This evangelical event works in tandem with the annual March for Life, where hundreds of thousands of people stand against the greatest human rights injustice of our day: abortion.
My views on the issue are informed, I hope, by my conscience as a Christian, which is to be shaped by Scripture and the church. But it is not a "Thus saith the Lord" command with the authority of Scripture.
"These Trump supporters are horrible; how do we get their vote?" is the contradictory message heard from various Democratic corners these days.
What does 2016 hold in store for us, and how should we respond?
When we think of religious persecution, the Middle East comes to mind. But the world's largest democracy?
It's time to draw a proverbial "line in the sand" on the abortion issue and how it relates to our Christian faith.
I know this is going to be kind of hard to believe (sarcasm), but most new Christians don't pop out of the spiritual chute morally sophisticated or biblically articulate.
I believe what applies to me personally, also applies to God's cosmic purpose. Change is inevitable. But if we can see that none of it is random or happenstance, then we should have no fear about tomorrow. God is there!
So helping young women to choose life doesn't align with God's global mission?
Here are four ways to set up boundaries and prevent porn in your home.
Jill has relentlessly worked to save lives for years. But the very first life she saved was the life of her own son. At the age of 26, her husband-to-be changed his mind on the day of their wedding – shaming Jill by refusing to even show up.
God is good. And He has a good plan for each of our lives. No matter what may be going on right now, God's plan is unfolding.
Americans love their celebrities. It's ingrained in us it seems from very early on. Actors, athletes, and musicians are continually lifted up to an almost godlike status in our culture. This is especially true for those celebrities who are at the pinnacle of their profession.