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What drives the dysfunction and lack of health seen in many church leaders today? Why do so many pastors in Western evangelicism fail the fame test despite the biblical example set by Jesus Himself?
The last few years have seen multiple instances of well-known evangelical leaders entrenched in scandals and misconduct. Some have questioned if seminaries are doing enough to train future pastors to lead churches and disciple their congregations virtuously. As part of a series on the crisis of church leadership, The Christian Post reached out to seminaries to see how they prepare pastors to lead a church and their opinions of popular church leadership models.
Amid seemingly unending church and ministry leadership scandals and the exposure of unhealthy structures and institutions that enabled them, are long-lost offices being recovered?
Seven days after Paige Hilken’s death, North Coast Church Senior Pastor Chris Brown said the grief her family experienced was so deep not even a Bible verse could help.
A burgeoning cadre of secret online groups are educating and empowering emotionally abused spouses within the Christian community about their options to help them escape destructive relationships.
Parents, activists pushing back against critical race theory's 'destructive message' in America's school
As the debate about critical race theory continues to engulf the political discourse in the United States, grassroots organizations and activists are relying on a variety of methods to combat the ideology’s influence on American education and counter what they characterize as a “destructive message.”
Singer Kaya Jones commits to 'working for the Lord' full time after experiencing 'life changing' baptism
A famous musician known for her former membership in a secular band has undergone a “life-changing” baptism as she continues to work toward her goal of “working for the Lord.”
Men and women who once lived and identified as part of the LGBT community are confident that a "rainbow revival" is at hand as approximately 200 marched in the Freedom March over the weekend and shared testimonies of how Jesus transformed their lives.
Linnea Saltz wants to be a lobbyist. Haley Tanne intends to pursue a career as a physician’s assistant. Chelsea Mitchell plans to obtain a degree in marketing. While all three women have different career aspirations, they all have one common experience: losing to biological males who identify as females in female track competitions.
‘True to its doctrine’: Conservatives plan for a new church after United Methodism splits over homosexuality debate
The United Methodist Church, the third-largest Christian sect in the United States, took another step toward schism over their longstanding debate on LGBT issues when theological conservatives recently unveiled their plan for a new denomination. Known as the Global Methodist Church, it was the product of the 17-member Transitional Leadership Council, a group of theologically conservative United Methodists.
Lecrae, Prison Fellowship urge Christians to remember those in jail: 'We serve a God of second chances'
The world’s largest evangelical prison ministry, Prison Fellowship, has teamed up with popular artists in Christian music, including Grammy Award-winning rapper Lecrae, in its annual effort to highlight the month of April as “Second Chance Month.”
It’s 7 a.m. on a recent Friday and Anna Crenshaw is “feeling alright” in Sydney, Australia. Months after her arrival in the Land Down Under to attend Hillsong College in 2016, though, this pastor’s daughter from Pennsylvania was left in shock after a Hillsong Church worship leader assaulted her.