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.
On Friday, May 26, 2017, a bus carrying Coptic Christians to St. Samuel the Confessor Monastery came under fire.
This type of forgiveness can only come from the power of Jesus Christ.
Anna Hayford’s grandson Mark says it was “fitting” that she passed on International Women’s Day.
“Thank you, Mr. Mayor. You’ve helped us with hundreds of thousands of dollars of publicity. I appreciate that,” Franklin Graham said in an interview.
A group of concerned clergy representing 60 percent of the Christians in Vancouver released a letter asking Graham not to give the gospel message at this weekend's Festival of Hope.
Since 1997, Redeemer Presbyterian has been on a trajectory to fulfill "a vision for not being a megachurch.” Keller's stepping down is seen as one phase of fulfilling this vision.
"We have prayerfully looked at all possible options, trusting God’s plan for our organization, and the difficult decision to liquidate is our only recourse.”
Scott Arbeiter, President of World Relief, says not only is the loss of over 140 jobs “deeply troubling”, but additionally the people they are forced to let go "have served diligently and sacrificially—some of them for many years.”
"We know of some 300 caves in the area. Our team is planning to return to excavate other caves in the near future,” Dr. Price of Liberty University says.
“I don’t want to live the next 1,263 days of my life trying to win the approval of people who never believed in me in the first place.”
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