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Craig Groeschel: How to Have Your Most Focused Year Yet

This year could be your most focused and productive year yet as a leader, says Craig Groeschel. For that to be the case, however, it is crucial you recognize what has been making you unproductive.
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More Pastors Either Avoid the Topic of Racism in Sermons or Receive Criticism for...

Despite all the race-related conversations Americans are having lately, more pastors say they’re reluctant to address the topic in sermons compared to four years ago.
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Carrie Underwood to Release Gospel Album This Easter

Carrie Underwood recently revealed she has recorded a Gospel album titled "My Savior", which is scheduled to be released around Easter this year.
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Ministry Leaders Apologize for Prophesying Trump Win

Jeremiah Johnson was entirely unprepared for the vitriol he would receive after he apologized for prophesying that Trump would win the presidential election.
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Watch: ‘Desperate Benediction’ by Steven Curtis Chapman Will Help Your Soul Right Now

Christian musician Steven Curtis Chapman shared a video of a new song, a “Desperate Benediction” as he referred to it, the same day rioters stormed the Capitol Building in Washington D.C.
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How the House Chaplain Ministered During the Capitol Siege

As Rear Adm. Margaret Grun Kibben, the chaplain to the U.S. House of Representatives, made her way through the echoing halls of the U.S. Capitol Wednesday (Jan. 6), she could feel a charge of anticipation in the air.

Pope Says Women Can Read at Mass, But Still Can’t Be Priests

Pope Francis changed church law Monday to explicitly allow women to serve as lectors during Mass, granting them access to the most sacred place on the altar, while continuing to affirm that they cannot be priests.
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Russell Moore Warns Against Capitol Conspiracy Theories: ‘We know who was there’

The riots at the U.S. Capitol building were not the result of antifa or any other type of conspiracy, says Dr. Russell Moore, who warned Christians against what the Bible calls an “unhealthy craving for controversy.”
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Pastor Walks Back Claims of Antifa Involvement in Capitol Riot

Saying he needs to “right the wrong,” Tennessee Pastor Steve Berger admits he referenced “incorrect reporting” about the U.S. Capitol breach on January 6. Berger had previously said there were members of antifa among the group storming the Capitol Building last week.
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Caught on Camera: Congresswoman Prays From House Floor as Rioters Enter Capitol

Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester (D-DE) shouted out a prayer as she and other lawmakers took shelter while rioters broke through police barriers and into the Capitol building last week.
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SBC Leaders Apologize for Not Including Black Leaders in CRT Discussion

In response to weeks of reaction to a statement denouncing critical race theory and a request for a meeting from the SBC’s National African American Fellowship, the denomination's seminary presidents and fellowship leaders met on Wednesday (Jan. 6).
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Christians Explain Why They Attended D.C. Protest Rallies

The D.C. protest turned riot caught many by surprise, including some Christians who showed up for prayer events. Others, including Christians who also showed up for prayer events, were not so surprised.
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Assault on US Capitol Dismays United Methodists

The Capitol Hill church, at Fifth Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, is about five blocks away from the riots that broke out at the U.S. Capitol building on Wednesday.
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Pro-Trump Prayer Meeting Filled With Calls for a ‘miracle’

An online pro-Trump prayer meeting was filled with defiance on Wednesday night, even as evangelical and charismatic supporters of President Donald Trump admitted that chances the election will be overturned were slim.

Christian Lay Leader Arrested on Blasphemy Charges in Pakistan

A 25-year-old Christian is in police custody in Lahore, Pakistan, and is charged with blasphemy for sharing a social media post that was critical of Islam.

First Christian Arrested Under New ‘Anti-Conversion’ Law in U.P., India

A Korean Christian and three nationals of India are in jail in Uttar Pradesh state, accused of fraudulent conversion attempts while distributing food and other aid to people in need.
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Ronnie Floyd Tests Positive for COVID-19 After Months of ‘being careful’

The president of the Executive Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), Ronnie Floyd shared the news he has COVID-19 in an email sent to followers on Wednesday.

How the Shofar Emerged as a Weapon of Spiritual Warfare for Some Evangelicals

Over the past few decades, the Jewish ritual of shofar blowing has been overtaken by some evangelicals who have come to regard the shofar as a weapon of spiritual warfare.

‘Awoman’ Critics Have Proven One Point of His Prayer, Says Cleaver

After ending his opening prayer before Congress Sunday with the phrase, “Amen and awoman," Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.) has pushed back on his critics.
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Evangelical Leaders React to ‘unAmerican’ Capitol Riot

Evangelical leaders, both those who supported President Donald Trump in his bid for reelection and those who did not reacted to yesterday's Capitol riot.

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Biden Administration ‘Committed to Codifying’ Roe v. Wade

“The Biden-Harris Administration is committed to codifying Roe v. Wade and appointing judges that respect foundational precedents like Roe,” a statement from the new President's office reads.

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