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Beloved Youth Pastor Died From Flu Complications

“She was the best youth minister that I have ever had the privilege of working with," senior pastor Scott Brown said of Allison Williams. Brown's small church was shocked when their beloved youth pastor died suddenly on Monday.

Sex Only for Heterosexual Married Couples COE Affirms

Now that heterosexual couples in England can enter into a civil partnership rather than marriage, the Church of England has affirmed its stance that sex should be reserved only for married heterosexual couples.

Trump Speaks About His Pro-Life Record at March for Life

Trump’s comments ranged from gratitude for the people involved in the pro-life cause to criticism of pro-choice democrats to the sanctity of all human life.

Kidnapped Christian Student Executed by Islamic Extremists in Northeast Nigeria

A video of a Nigerian student killed by the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) is circulating the internet. Christian Ropvil Daciya Dalep was identified by members of his ethnic Mupun people as the student killed in the video.

Trump to Be First President to Appear at March for Life

Trump announced he will be speaking at March for Life 2020 on the same day as the 47th anniversary of the Supreme Court's landmark Roe vs. Wade decision, which legalized abortion in the United States.

3 Players Who Will be Playing for Jesus in the Big Game

"I’ve grown up in church, and [faith] really helps you know why you’re playing the game, and who you’re doing it for," Patrick Mahomes says.

Small MN Church Makes Headlines for ‘all the wrong reasons’

Headlines from outlets across the country declared the church was pushing out older members in the hope of attracting new, younger families and thus revitalizing the church. Church leaders say the headlines were wrong.

UPDATE: Truett McKeehan’s Cause of Death Was Accidental Overdose

Autopsy and toxicology reports have revealed that TobyMac's son, Truett McKeehan, died from an accidental drug overdose after consuming fentanyl and amphetamines.

Should Tax Payers Pay for Christian School? SCOTUS to Decide

The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral arguments Wednesday in what could be a landmark case impacting the separation of church and state.

Pastor John Gray’s No Good, Very Bad Year

Pastor John Gray and Relentless Church are currently facing two lawsuits. But that's not the only bad thing that's happened over this last year to the embattled pastor and his wife.

Christian Pastor Beheaded in Adawama by Boko Haram

Rev. Lawan Andimi was the Adawama chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) and also a leader of the Church of the Brethren in Nigeria (EYN).

Tim Tebow Marries Fiancée Demi-Leigh in Stunning Ceremony

Tim Tebow is officially married. The Heisman trophy winner and all-around good guy said "it was 100 percent worth the wait."

20,000+ Pilgrims Celebrate Epiphany on the Banks of the Jordan

More pilgrims were able to celebrate Epiphany at the site where it is believed Jesus was baptized thanks to a massive undertaking to clear the area of landmines left over from 1967's Six Day War.

Kirk Franklin’s Advice for Those Depressed and in a Funk

Gospel artist Kirk Franklin recently shared that he has been "in a funk," struggling with depression and anxiety due to recent losses in his life. But then his therapist gave him some advice that deeply encouraged him.

TLP Extremists Who Sparked Asia Bibi Riots Sentenced to 55 Years in Prison

Some 86 members of the extremist group TLP were sentenced to 55 years in prison for their roles inciting riots after the 2018 acquittal of Pakistani Christian Asia Bibi.

Trump: You Have the Right to Pray in Public School

President Trump has announced updated safeguards against religious discrimination, including protections for the constitutional “right to pray” in public schools. 

Priscilla Shirer Is Home and ‘so grateful’

Popular Bible teacher and daughter of Tony Evans and the late Lois Evans, Priscilla Shirer, shared a picture on her Instagram account with one word: “Home.”

Shy but Mighty Gospel Legend, Rev. Maceo Woods Dead at 87

A "preacher that played the organ", Rev. Maceo Woods founded Chicago's Christian Tabernacle Church in 1959. An accomplished gospel musician, the Rev. Woods is also remembered as a powerful preacher.

Carman: My Cancer Is Back, Please Pray

Veteran Christian artist Carman recently announced that his cancer, which had been in remission for six years, has returned. He requested that fans join him in praying he would be cancer-free by his birthday on January 19.

Prayers Answered in Australia, But More Rain Needed

While the rain won’t end the drought conditions or put out all the fires, it is a welcome natural phenomenon for the firefighters and an answer to the prayers of many people.

Adam Wyatt: How To Be a Biblical Patriot, Not a Christian...

Dr. Adam Wyatt joins the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to talk about how the Bible supports the idea of loving one’s country–but not nationalism–and how pastors can navigate this volatile topic.

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