For many Christians in Western cultures, the idea that beauty can come from suffering is counterintuitive. There’s little room for pain and discomfort in a society that idolizes a life of safety and luxury.
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Progressive evangelical leader Jim Wallis argues in his new book that American Christians are “disconnected to Jesus” and must stop supporting President Donald Trump.
Growing up as a Muslim in Pakistan, Ali Master lived a seemingly luxurious life as his family had a maid, chauffeur, gardener and a cook. But when his parents sent him to pursue higher education in Texas, he left that life of luxury behind. And within a month, he found himself sweeping floors at McDonald’s.
Are today's young evangelicals becoming more liberal? This is the main question behind Central Michigan University political scientist Jeremiah Castle's new book.
Anne Beiler, founder of Auntie Anne’s, shares her powerful story of pain, brokenness, and redemption — and how God's faithfulness allowed her to find freedom from trauma.
A Colorado-based publisher will release a new book by Eugene Peterson, pastor and author of the best-selling Bible paraphrase The Message, a little over a year after his death.
David Jeremiah warns modern church is entertainment-driven social organization afraid of controversy
Many U.S. churches today have “forgotten” their purpose, becoming entertainment-driven social organizations eager to blend in with secular culture instead of focusing on biblical discipleship, Pastor David Jeremiah warned.
No. 1 Billboard Gospel music artist J.J. Hairston & Youthful Praise recently released a new single titled “Miracle Worker” and the frontman is now sharing the miracle behind his marriage in a new book co-written with his wife.