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  • Finding hope for America in faith

    While everyone in America seems to be looking exclusively to politics to heal us, I think there’s hope for us in a source far more powerful, faith.

  • The creeping boundaries of euthanasia culture

    The Netherlands is set to pave the way for legalized euthanasia of very young children. According to the NLTimes Tuesday, the northwestern European nation, which already has some of the most liberal euthanasia policies in the world, is likely to expand its law to permit children ages 1-12 to be euthanized in certain circumstances.

  • In pursuit of the lost!

    Pastor David Dummitt addressed Willow Creek Community Church’s vision for the future by citing Luke 15, saying God's people must follow Jesus' vision for His church by relentlessly pursuing the lost. 

  • A court victory for Christian adoption

    A federal court has concluded that a New York-based Christian adoption agency cannot be forced to close down because of its policy of only placing kids in married heterosexual families.

  • Reading the Bible — In any language!

    The Bible has been translated in its entirety into more than 700 different languages, meaning that over 5.7 billion people now have both the Old and New Testaments in their native tongue. 

  • The heartache of a fallen pastor

    It seems like in these days there are so many pastors having moral failures that we can’t even keep up with it.

  • Doctors and nurses choose life!

    More than 130 medical professionals have signed a letter in support of a proposed late-term abortion ban for the state of Colorado

  • Praying for the nation in 2020

    As he prepares to lead a prayer march in Washington, D.C., next week, evangelist Franklin Graham said the dire problems besetting the country are ones only God can solve, and time is short.

  • Is your pastor struggling?

    Megachurch pastor and popular author David Platt will hold a special night of prayer for pastors this week as some church leaders he’s spoken with during the COVID-19 pandemic have told him they are struggling more than ever.