Religious and political leaders urged the Church in the West to speak up for persecuted Christians, and warned that if the U.S. doesn’t lead the fight for religious freedom, the world will “regress to our natural fallen state."
Three things that happened this week in Church history: the death of Aimee Semple McPherson, the final sermon of George Whitefield, and the completion of the first section of the Gutenberg Bible.
A communist textbook that's being used in Chinese schools falsifies the biblical account found in John 8:3–11. The textbook claims that Jesus murdered the woman who was found in adultery.
Thousands of churches across the United States will pray for repentance and revival on Sunday in response to calls by the leaders of more than 50 churches and ministries to observe Repentance Sunday as the country is going through “division, destruction and degradation.”
Since we’ve started to pray together, I’ve sensed with many others that God most wants to reform, not the culture, but His Church.
Unfortunately, the Word of God that is preached in many churches today is not giving believers the adequate nutrients that are needed for spiritual growth.
In my pastoral experience, people care more about song selection than they do church doctrine.
The easiest part of my job as a psychologist is science. Neurology, biochemistry and psychopharmacology. But in my experience life’s greatest heartaches are not biological but spiritual.
Whether it’s a violent childhood, drug or alcohol addiction, sexual abuse, toxic relationships, or trauma, many of our friends and neighbors are fighting an internal battle; and they need us to meet them at the front-lines.
For many reasons I highly recommend watching the movie "Divided Hearts of America." I can't help but notice the coincidental timing of its release during a Supreme Court vacancy and what is likely to be a tense, if not extremely ugly, battle.
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