President Donald Trump addressed the annual Values Voter Summit where he spoke for over an hour, touching on many topics including attacks on religious liberty, the impeachment process, and allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Bishop Marvin L. Sapp on Sunday appointed Rory Marshall as the incoming senior pastor of Lighthouse Full Life Center in Grand Rapids during a celebration of the church’s 16th anniversary.
Christians in the United States are more likely to consider the lead pastor of their church to be a “friend” rather than a “mentor” or “counselor,” according to a new report by the Barna Group.
Lexington may not be the Kentucky state capital but it does serve as the world’s de facto horse capital, thanks to its famed bluegrass. Yet, I didn’t come for the horses. In fact, there is way more to see and do than horses and bourbon whiskey.
While I would not advocate abandoning Sunday worship, I wonder why so few churches offer a non-Sunday alternative. There is a huge demographic we are missing: those working on the weekends.
The month of October has been designated as “Pastor Appreciation Month,” and many local congregations will make efforts to show their pastors respect and love.
Our forefathers really did have the answers. When I was growing up it was still popular to listen to them. I remember when I was a small boy that my grandfather noticed that I was struggling with something.
Christians of many denominations and movements, along with many in other religions are thankful for your leadership. Nevertheless, many Christians remain troubled by your careless speech.
My best friend’s mother was a victim of financial fraud. She lost most of her retirement savings. I’ve read about Bernie Madoff and his Ponzi scheme but I’m concerned for the vulnerable people I know. What can I do to protect my family and those I love?
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