This is why I believe the future of abortion in America rests far more on the church than our next President.
Perhaps Graham’s wisest counsel in the post comes not from what he says, but what he doesn’t say.
Focus on the Family Encourages Students to Exercise Religious Freedom And #BringYourBible to School...
"Did you know that students have recently been told to stop reading their Bibles during free time at school—even though students have that right?”
As a 35-year-old who graduated high school in 1999, I just barely missed the intersection of social media and adolescence. I can’t tell you how grateful I am for this.
Donald Ossewaarde led a small church of 15 people in his house in Oryol, Russia, before he was arrested under Russia's newly revised anti-terrorism law.
University of Miami head football coach told his players, "It's a choice. If you want to just leave it at the chair, you can. If you want to take it with you, you can. If you want to give it to somebody, you can."
For evangelicals there’s a lot to like about both candidates, at least in comparison to the presidential options.
The motivation behind the After School Satan club is to “counter evangelism in schools” and emphasize "a scientific, rationalist, non-superstitious world view” to children.
"Despite continued hostility from the late 1970s until now, Iranians have become the Muslim people most open to the gospel in the Middle East."
If you’re a pastor it’s also more than a bit frustrating, as people in the survey who claimed to be evangelical Christians were often as confused as everyone else.
"This opportunity allows me to find the personal rest and balance I need, while also continuing to serve God and the local church with my gifts and passions.”
“We cherish ethnic and religious diversity; ISIS hates it.”
Perry Noble says, "The one thing I keep hearing from Him over and over again is that He is not finished with me."
This summer 15 French beach towns officially banned the “burkini,” a full-body swimsuit designed to adhere to “Islamic values.”
Kaepernick, who is bi-racial, said his decision to stay seated during the anthem is a protest of racial oppression in America.
"If this is the God they're seeing in church, they are right to leave us in the dust,” Kenda Creasy Dean says.
On Sunday, at a Roman Catholic canonization service in Vatican City, Pope Francis declared Mother Teresa a saint.