Amid the changes at the Tokyo Olympics are adjustments to the way the Games are accommodating athletes’ religious needs, as well as to the way outside groups are able to share their faith with Olympians and their fans.
Today, a lot of things want to crowd their way into the "main thing" spotlight: politics, the pandemic, and personal opinions among them. But for those of us who know Christ, this is the time to be resolute in our devotion to him above all
If you share the Gospel with a Japanese person, there is a 99 percent chance this would be the first time they've ever heard the message. With that statistic, Japanese people can be classified as an unreached people group as the 2020 Summer Olympics approach.
(RNS) — For Heather Thompson Day, an associate professor of communication and rhetoric at Colorado Christian University, if she shares her love of Taylor Swift and Chick-fil-A with her children, why wouldn’t she also share her love of Jesus? A viral tweet over passing along
MOSCOW, Idaho (RNS) — For many local residents, this town is just about perfect. With only 30 percent identifying as "religious" one congregation has been planning a spiritual takeover of the town for years that will transform both its politics and its soul.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (BP) -- Nearly 100 Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and Spurgeon College students, faculty and staff partnered with local area churches on Sept. 10 to proclaim the Gospel during an annual outreach event known as the "One Great Day of Sharing."
NAIROBI, Kenya (BP) -- Twelve-year-old Kelvin Murage once earned the ire of his mother when he jerry-rigged a skateboard out of a chair back and suitcase wheels. Now the "King of Skate" has found unexpected paths to share his faith with others.
ELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. (Western Recorder) -- Denver Copeland candidly says he is an "out of the box" pastor. His track record in almost three years shepherding Stithton Baptist Church gives evidence to that perspective.