What makes this Christmas video so special? We think it's the message of the lyrics.
Three Dallas Cowboys players were baptized by the team's chaplain December 6 and the video has gone viral with 5.1 million views (so far) and 71,417 shares after Jonathan Evans posted the video on Facebook.
Church leaders have been active protecting their flocks against an active shooter in the last month since the Nov. 5 shooting at First Baptist Church...
A Houston federal judge has denied an emergency request by three Texas churches for access to funds to rebuild sanctuaries damaged during Hurricane Harvey...
The tidal wave of sexual abuse accusations calls for pastors to take action—quickly.
At least 26 people have died and about 20 are injured after a gunman opened fire today during a service at First Baptist Church...
"What precisely is Jerry Falwell Jr. afraid of? He openly encourages students to carry weapons, but is afraid of public prayer from Christians who openly embrace nonviolence,” Jonathan Martin asked after he was kicked off Liberty's campus Monday evening.
Some higher profile churches like Willow Creek, Hillsong NYC, and Saddleback have already been scored on their LGBTQ policies.
Even more than this decision being significant for its egalitarian implications, it is also a step toward a different kind of leadership structure for the church.
The women decided to take a knee. It wasn't political. But it was Christian.
A Las Vegas pastor shares his thoughts on how the church can be the church to a city devastated by the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history.
"For us, #PrayForLasVegas is not a political act. It’s actually a powerful one."
"The unthinkable and horrific acts of violence against innocent people in Las Vegas moves us to prayer immediately." - Ronnie Floyd
Leadership at the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA) was outraged earlier this week after finding racial slurs on its preparatory school campus. So outraged...
“It doesn’t go well for the people of God when they stay in comfortable situations," Matt Chandler says.
According to the New York Times, "Hundreds of counter-protesters—religious leaders, Black Lives Matter activists and anti-fascist groups known as 'antifa'—quickly surrounded the crowd, singing spirituals, chanting and carrying their own signs."
According to reports, the wreck occurred when the packed bus plunged about 65 feet down a steep ravine after it struggled to climb a steep hill.
In response to the message 2,904 attendees of the event indicated a decision to give their lives to Jesus, with 494 making commitments online.
"Religious and ethnic minorities in Iraq and Syria are persecuted groups, and...the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), [is] responsible for genocide, crimes against humanity and other atrocity crimes against several of these groups, including Christians and Yezidis.”
"If Egypt falls, so will the rest of the world,” Egyptian President Sisi says.
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