As a social scientist Thomas Reese confesses he is very pessimistic that we can change in time to save ourselves. As a Christian, he knows he must believe in the power of the Spirit to lead us to conversion, for conversion is what we need.
The world had changed since the Spradlins crossed the Twin Span Bridge across the wide, bright expanse of Lake Pontchartrain weeks earlier to begin their annual New Orleans street ministry. As they left the city on March 16, the pastor who believed in prophecy had
Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly said she has reached a deal that could resolve a lawsuit brought by two churches challenging her order banning religious gatherings of more than 10 people to help slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Top officials of seven black Christian denominations have joined civil rights leaders in calling for people to stay home until it is safe in states whose governors are lifting shelter-in-place orders.
In an Apr. 25 conference call for Catholic leaders and educators, President Donald Trump identified himself as the “best [president] in the history of the Catholic Church,” where he warned that issues at stake in the upcoming presidential election, particularly on abortion and religious liberty,
Jen Hatmaker knows the cost of standing up for what she believes in. But the freedom that came with it has been worth it, according to the bestselling author and speaker. "The only regret I have is that I did not do this sooner," Hatmaker
A suburban Indianapolis church held services on Sunday for the first time in more than a month, taking care to ensure that worshippers adhered to social-distancing best practices and limiting attendance to conform to the governor's coronavirus guidance.
As COVID-19 started becoming a global pandemic, Southern Baptists began making preparations around the world through Send Relief staff to serve communities they knew would be hit hard by the medical and economic impact of the virus.
Three moral tests — truth, unity and solidarity — are not only religiously required but also practical and essential criteria for our reopening to a safer and healthier world. And these three biblical principles — truth, unity and solidarity — are now essential tests for
If the coronavirus is a test of our collective character, some American Christians are flat-out flunking.