“The question for the American Christian is: Will we speak out on behalf of those who are running from the very terror that we are rightly trying to put an end to?”
If the bill also passes in the Senate, it will move to President Trump, whose office has already communicated his inclination to sign the bill into law.
"We’re rejoicing, and thank Jesus for these two precious little ones!”
Trump invited a diverse group of clergy to pray at his inauguration.
"Do not think of the molehill of moral and social disadvantages of a Trump presidency. Think of the Himalayan mountain range of blessings we have in Christ."
"Regardless of how you voted, it’s just obvious that this has had a negative impact on the reputation of Evangelicals."
Although our circumstances may not line up exactly with the exiles to whom Jeremiah writes, his instruction to keep their hope and their faith in God during a very troubled time is exactly on point with what we need to be praying during this season of our own history.
"Although his transition leaves a void for those of us who loved him dearly, we can celebrate and be happy for him, knowing he’s at peace.”
While his goal was simply to prepare for an acting role, Andrew Garfield ended up finding Jesus and “falling in love” with him.
President Obama's farewell speech can teach us all something about leaving well—whether we voted for him or not.
For a generation eager to prove themselves and change the world, impacting the lives of thousands of children for the better is right up their alley.
"Christians in the U.S. are facing constant attacks in the media, where they are portrayed as bigoted, racist, sexist and closeminded."
Carrie Underwood snuck into a David Crowder worship song and surprised 50K college students.
Paula White says she has been called "a heretic, an apostate, an adulterer, a charlatan and an addict” since the announcement of her upcoming role in Trump's inauguration.
"Jo and I refuse to be baited into using our influence in a way that will further harm an already hurting world,” Chip writes.
"Russell Moore would have gotten the same kind of treatment in SBC life had he spoken prophetically against slavery in 1845-1863 as he is getting now."
“The greatest gift you can give an inmate is hope,” one prisoner says.
"The idea that one hour on a Sunday is church is completely ridiculous," Rob Bell tells 'The New Yorker.'
Jerry Falwell Jr.'s hope in building the facility will be to “give students the opportunity to practice their aim” and “be prepared in the event of an ‘active shooter’ scenario.”
Despite being able to carry out his horrific act of murder, Roof's actions had the opposite effect on the community than what he was hoping for.