A group of Iraqi Christians facing deportation under President Trump’s tough new border controls has been given a temporary reprieve, but could still be sent back to face what their attorney calls almost certain death.
College-aged millennials today are far more likely than the general population to be religiously unaffiliated.
You know how the sermon goes — “Don’t be a check-box Christian.”
On Easter this year, as we commemorate the resurrection of Jesus Christ, we should remember the many threats facing Christians today.
On Easter, Christians celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. But what is not clear to many is what the resurrection means to Christians and why we would make such a big deal of it.
As we approach Easter, a number of people — Christian Ministers and priests included — have encouraged me to share the backstory of how the content for The Forty Days – A Vision of Christ’s Lost Weeks, came to me.
The other day, I arrived at the bus stop where four Asian ladies were indiscriminately passing out New Testament Bibles.
The future of Christianity in the post-Christian West hangs in the balance. If the faith is going to survive within churches and communities, then Christians are going to have to become far more serious and intentional about education.
The idea of fighting for things that matter has never been foreign to me.
Christians in America are divided between those who embrace Trump, those who oppose him, and those who take a “wait-and-see” mentality. Regardless of which category a Christian falls into, here are three things each of us owes President Trump: