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‘Sinning in the Rain’: New Study Finds Crimes Go up When It Rains on Sundays

A new study has revealed that the more it rains on Sunday mornings, the more white-collar and drug and alcohol related crimes takes place.

Florida Pastor Accused of Molesting Two Teens Dies by Suicide

66 year-old pastor David Rowan was found dead in a parking garage on Thursday, December 2 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Rowan was on trial for allegedly molesting two teenage girls while serving as a guest speaker at a local church in 2014. His wound was self-inflicted.

Plumber Finds 500 Envelopes of Money in Wall of Joel Osteen’s Church

A plumber recently revealed that he found 500 envelopes of money in the wall of a bathroom at Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church. The money may be connected to a theft that occurred at the church in 2014.

‘Hark The Herald Wish They Didn’t Sing’ — Six Christmas Songs That Shouldn’t Have Been Released

Just because most Christmas music centers around Christ or focuses on a time of joy, that doesn’t mean all Christmas songs should have been made, written, rewritten, copied, or released. Here are some of the worst.

A Talking Snake? Bible Answer Man Hints That What Many Pastors Teach Isn’t Exactly True

Is there really a talking snake in Genesis 3? “Bible Answer Man” host Hank Hanegraaff tackles the question of whether Satan, as a serpent, actually spoke words to Eve in the Garden of Eden.

Practicing Christians More Generous Givers, Research Shows

As donations pour in on Giving Tuesday, a global outreach that drew an estimated $2.47 billion in 2020 in the U.S. alone, American Bible Society (ABS) research shows practicing Christians are more generous than others.

A Weary Pope Francis Urges Greek, Turkish Cypriots to Heal Division

Pope Francis on Thursday urged Greek Cypriots and the breakaway Turkish Cypriots to resume talks on reunifying the Mediterranean island nation, saying threats and shows of force were only prolonging the “terrible laceration” its people have endured for nearly a half-century.

Liberty University Professor Charged with Sexual Battery, Kidnapping a Student

Liberty University professor William Atwell has been charged with sexual battery and abduction by force. Atwell’s alleged victim was a Liberty University student.

Suspect in Murder of Evelyn Player Arrested on the Day She Was Laid to Rest

A suspect has been arrested in the killing of 69-year-old Evelyn Player, who was found dead her church in Baltimore. The news of the arrest came the day Player was laid to rest.

‘Abortion Pills Forever’: Pro-Choice Activists Stage Demonstration Outside Supreme Court

As the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a pivotal abortion case on Wednesday, pro-choice activists staged a demonstration outside that included a ceremonial partaking of abortion pills.

Report: Holocaust Denial Persists on Facebook One Year After Push to Stanch It

A new report from the Anti-Defamation League shows that while Facebook has removed major Holocaust denial posts on its platform, gaps in enforcing its ban remain one year after it went into effect.

Judge Rejects Defense’s Clergy Privilege Argument in Josh Duggar Child Pornography Trial

The judge presiding over the child pornography trial of Josh Duggar has decided to allow testimony that Duggar molested four girls when he was a teenager.

Michigan Church Holds Prayer Vigil After Deadly School Shooting Takes the Lives of 4 Students

Hours after a mass shooting that killed four and wounded seven others, LakePoint Community Church in Oxford, Michigan held a prayer vigil offering comfort to over 1,000 in attendance.

Lifeway Research: Few Americans Confident They Could Tell Biblical Christmas Story

According to new Lifeway research, while most people in America may hang Christmas decorations and exchange gifts on December 25, few say they could give all the details about the biblical Christmas story.

Anti-Vax Christian Broadcaster Marcus Lamb Dies of COVID-19; Son Said Lamb’s Illness Was a ‘Spiritual Attack’

Marcus Lamb, a Christian broadcaster who is known for his opposition to the COVID-19 vaccination, passed away from complications related to the coronavirus on Tuesday.

Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments in Case that Could Overturn Roe

On Wednesday, December 1, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, which many predict could be the most pivotal abortion case since Roe v. Wade.

Former Bethel Pastor Addresses ‘Wild Rumors’ About Grave Sucking and Gold Dust

A woman who was a pastor at Bethel Church and a student at the Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry has addressed a number of the controversies surrounding Bethel, including accusations that the church practices “grave sucking” and rejects modern medicine.

Kanye West’s Thanksgiving Prayer Goes Viral; Ye Admits He Was a ‘Self-Righteous Christian’

This year on Thanksgiving, Kanye West posted a 5-minute prayer to Instagram that not only gain over 3 million views but expresses what he feels some Christians need to hear. 

Lauren Boebert in Call Refuses to Apologize for Anti-Muslim Remarks

Days after firebrand conservative Rep. Lauren Boebert of Colorado was harshly criticized for making anti-Muslim comments about Rep. Ilhan Omar, a Minnesota Democrat whom she likened to a bomb-carrying terrorist, the two spoke by phone.

Newell: Church, Government Can Help Amid Adoption Decline

Caring for vulnerable children calls for multi-faceted ministry by followers of Jesus and helpful public policies, says a leading child-welfare advocate.

‘God Delusion’ Author Richard Dawkins Signs Declaration Against Gender Transitions for...

Outspoken atheist Richard Dawkins has signed a declaration that outlines numerous problems with the concept of “gender identity” on the grounds that it infringes on women’s rights and harms children experiencing gender dysphoria.

Gerardo Martí: What Pastors Need to Learn From the Collapse of...

Dr. Gerardo Martí joins the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to discuss Robert H. Schuller's remarkable success with the Crystal Cathedral—and why Schuller's influential ministry collapsed so suddenly.

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