The Palestinian Authority has officially granted legal recognition to a regional evangelical group, according to an announcement made at the World Evangelical Alliance General Assembly.
An Armenian Catholic priest and his father were murdered by terrorists Monday while traveling in a car with his father and a deacon in northeastern Syria.
In his first major appearance since a car accident nearly took his life, comedian Kevin Hart honored God at the People's Choice Awards show.
Bestselling author and Bible teacher Francis Chan has revealed God is calling him to move to Hong Kong to "bring relief, share the gospel, and plant churches among" the "ultra poor.”
As a pastor, I cannot help but also notice a deep spiritual truth in our veterans. One of the key teachings of Jesus that undergirded his ministry on earth was a call to serve one another.
Based on my studies of how Satan attacks leaders, here are some reasons even long-term pastors fall.
Since the dawn of smartphones and social media, we have slowly become OK with explaining embodied experiences through disembodied one-dimensional ways.
The Book of Hebrews refers to “a great cloud of witnesses,” faithful servants who have gone before us. The fact is that the quiet and faithful service of these saints is often carried out far from the spotlight.
Many Christians appear to hold to the mistaken belief that atheism is a cheap cop-out. It’s merely a position that’s adopted for the sake of being allowed to live a life freed from any moral authority, it’s assumed.
Our persecuted brothers and sisters know they are being prayed for, and the knowledge that they are not forgotten makes a difference.
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