The city of Chicago has threatened to temporarily close at least three churches that continue to violate the governor’s executive order by holding in-person worship services with over 10 people during the early phases of the city’s coronavirus reopening plan.
Churches whose predominantly black and Hispanic congregations have been devastated by the pandemic say they will remain closed.
Sports company loses millions during pandemic; founders 'trust God' and launch new thriving business
Alex and Kelsey Carroll, whose sports business went from millions of dollars in signed contracts to zero revenue in one day, decided to trust God and now have a new business.
A new publication from a leading family advocacy group extensively documents the radical, explicit content and significant changes that have occurred in public schools nationwide regarding comprehensive sex education.
Because so much of the Christian activity in China flows through Hong Kong, an assault on Hong Kong is rightly seen as part of the larger war on Chinese Christianity.
She hung a rope in her small home and was about to kill herself but there was a knock at the door.
Since you’re doubting the whole of Christianity, I’d like for you to consider that – at least in your Instagram post – you’re not asking the right questions.
The Church has never been an organization or a building. So the church is now in session, whether church buildings are empty or full.
Many of us are stuck in self-centered infancy. We avoid the very thought of the dreadful task of evangelism.
Since they have regular government business, they’re not getting hit as hard as others. In the last year, the top 20 defense contractors received $200 billion in contracts.
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When the coronavirus pandemic forced the shutdown of his 35-member Ark of Safety Christian Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in March, Senior Pastor Kevin Cropper said it also took a big hit financially.
Chart-topping country music star, Craig Morgan shares how the tragedy and pain of losing his son led him to find comfort in God’s presence.
Unless families get more support and fertility rates are increased among the faithful, religious communities in America could continue on a path toward “terminal decline,” says economist and researcher Lyman Stone.