In addition to the usual festivities of parades, gatherings, and the decorations of graves, churches across the country have their own ways of observing the solemn holiday.
Fathers must understand that nefarious forces have long been at work to dismantle the family, warns Pat Fagan.
American church has ‘zero credibility’ in addressing ‘greatest issues of our time,’ Mark DeYmaz warns
The American church has “zero credibility” when it comes the “greatest issues of our time” relating to race, class, and culture, says Mark DeYmaz.
Events this week in Church history include Massachusetts banning Catholic priests, the death of John Calvin, and the birth of G.K. Chesterton.
This is Memorial Day weekend, and once again, we turn our thoughts to the men and women who have given their lives in defense of our country.
Not all war is wrong. Granted, war always tends to produce greater evils than those which precipitated its cause. But to argue all war is wrong just isn’t true.
I recently conducted a social media survey where I asked pastors to share their most common pastoral care challenges. The volume of responses was huge, a very impressive number. But even more impressive were the stories of love and concern these pastors have for their congregations.
Robert VerBruggen provided a nice history of the ongoing debate among economists over whether the legalization of abortion in the 1970s resulted in lower crime rates starting in the 1990s.
The best-trained pastors do not remain in ministry on average. Could it be due to a Superman complex?
The metaphor God uses throughout the Bible more than any other might surprise you.
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As marriage continues to decline amid divorce, cohabitation and rampant “casual sex,” a Texas pastor is encouraging cohabiting singles to marry — and the church will pay for everything, from the rings to the wedding cake.
Christian leaders and activists are demanding the release of a student pastor and her husband, who were recently arrested by immigration officials and face possible deportation.
The call to follow Jesus is an invitation to true love, and it is good news to those who identify as LGBT, says a former lesbian.