Like Solomon we are aware of God's promises and his call for us to be a different kind of people who will love him and live out his grace. Will we trust God in these difficult times
Breaking the taboo about money talk can be fruitful for congregations, a new study shows. The more congregations talk about money, the more likely they are to see a corresponding increase in giving, according to the National Study of Congregations’ Economic Practices.
Over 70 million people around the world have been forced to leave their homes. Among them are nearly 25.9 million refugees.
Digital giving is boosting the church’s bottom line—as well as companies like Pushpay and Tithe.ly, who process the donations. The popularity of online tithing coincides with moves to incorporate more technology and strategy into church operations.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — LifeWay Research finds most American evangelicals believe Jesus’ Golden Rule applies to politics. Some, however, see the political realm leading up to the 2020 elections as no place for niceness.
LAS VEGAS (RNS) — Eric Metaxas might be the most perplexing evangelical in America. He spent his early career writing children’s books and video scripts for Rabbit Ears Productions and VeggieTales before becoming a cultural commentator. Then he discovered Donald Trump.
(RNS) — The Trump administration’s announcement that it would once again slash refugee admissions to the United States to unprecedented lows was met with outcry by refugee resettlement groups — many of which are faith-based.
(RNS) — Anne Graham Lotz's journey has been a tough one lately: A year ago, three years after the death of her husband and six months after the funeral of her famous evangelist father, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. But she has refused to
We saw a prophetic example earlier this week at the United Nations. And like many of the Old Testament prophets, this modern one did not come from a prominent position of power. But God doesn’t usually speak through the powerful.
(RNS) — The founder and CEO of Relevant magazine is “stepping away” from the evangelical Christian publication just days after several former staffers raised concerns about his past behavior, which they described as racially insensitive and toxic.