The water keeps rising. The news reports keep coming. And the devastation keeps growing – image after image from Rockport, Corpus Christi, Houston and now Louisiana.
On Friday night, torch-wielding white nationalists and white supremacists marched through Charlottesville, Virginia, shouting ‘unite the right’ and ‘God is not a racist. Torch-wielding white nationalists and white supremacists marching through Charlottesville, Virginia, Friday night failed to learn that important lesson. lives matter’ — and calling for the South to split from the United States.
There is nothing courageous, humble or gracious about the behavior of our president or many conservative, evangelicals these days – and it frightens me big time.
The man behind the world-famous Ark Encounter has decided to reclaim “God’s rainbow” – announcing the massive ark exhibit will be permanently bathed in rainbow lights.
The leadership at Oklahoma’s East Central University slammed on the brakes and jettisoned their decision to removes crosses, Bibles and other religious symbols from a historic campus chapel.
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.