A six-part series exploring the life and ministry of theologian Molly T. Marshall is now available from Good Faith Media in their first narrative podcast.
Norma McCorvey, better known as “Jane Roe,” was at the center of the 1973 Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade that legalized abortion nationwide. Now three years after her death, she says she was paid to speak out against abortion in a documentary being released
“Singing together in congregations is a practice that we dearly love and are eager to promote," says Rev. John Witvliet, an expert on Christian worship, "but loving our neighbor is job one here and so the time for fasting from this wonderful practice may be
An evangelical broadcaster who boasted of miraculously securing a TV license in Israel now risks being taken off the air over suspicions of trying to convert Jews to Christianity.
Brian Kaylor didn’t realize how the coronavirus pandemic was emotionally impacting his 8-year-old son, Kagan, until the children’s minister at their church started sharing a nightly bedtime story.
Born Richard Wayne Penniman in 1932, Little Richard — the musician known for singing, shouting and flamboyant showmanship — was more than a little religious at times during his life. He died on May 5.
While many churches are thinking in terms of weeks when it comes to gathering again in person, new information suggests that it may be months or years before group singing is once again safe.
It's been a year since beloved progressive Christian author and speaker Rachel Held Evans died unexpectedly — and in that year, a common refrain sounded again and again online among her many readers and friends.
From hashtagged travel photos posted on Instagram to immersive apps, a number of digital pilgrimages are making spiritual journeys possible for the faithful and the curious alike, even as they stay home.
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