Christ Central of Southern California, five years after its independence from its mother church Cerritos Presbyterian Church, has begun its journey as a multisite church as it launched its second campus in Placentia on October 30. Some 240 people attended the first official service at the Placentia site at Valencia High School.
November 6 was marked as the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church, and Christians around the world prayed for their fellow believers who are being persecuted in different parts of the globe.
About 20 Chinese Christians were beaten by Public Security Bureau in Nanle County on September 25, according to China Aid.
A recent LifeWay Research study found that while a small minority of pastors still prefer to avoid Halloween altogether, most pastors encourage their church members to attend and invite friends to a church-hosted event.
A Christian town about nine miles from Mosul was freed from ISIS on October 20 by Iraqi forces after its two-year captivity under the militant control. Before the militant invasion in 2015, the town had a population of 15,000.
A Christian pastor and his father were brutally beaten by a mob of 50 people in Pakistan on October 19th over a property dispute which is in the process of hearing at the court. The mob also beat other family members including women.
Middle and high school students of six Korean immigrant churches in Los Angeles came together to worship on October 14 at Young Nak Presbyterian Church.
Living Hope Community Church, located in Brea, CA, celebrated its 23rd anniversary on October 16.
Twelve churches in Brea, CA came together as one body to worship on Sunday evening. The gathering was one of numerous joint church gatherings that have taken place once or twice each year in the suburban city, called ‘Brea United in Prayer and Worship.’
Pastors of English ministries (EM) in the Full Gospel North America Missions, which is affiliated with Yoido Full Gospel Church, gathered in Los Angeles from October 3 to 5 for the denomination’s first conference exclusively for English-speaking pastors in North America.
CCCU Comes Up With New Membership Policy, Peripheral Members May Skip Belief in Traditional Marriage
The Council of Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) has decided to eliminate the requirement of colleges’ belief in one man-one woman marriage as a condition for two of the three levels of membership.
After Los Angeles Open Door Presbyterian Church (LAODPC) lost a previous lawsuit during its first trial regarding the seizure of its church property, it received a favorable response from an appeals court which reversed the lower court’s decision.
Most Americans Have Superficial Knowledge of Bible, Hold Inconsistent Beliefs About God and Bible, Study Suggests
A majority of Americans are vague about theology and do not rely on everything in it even though they maintain that Bible is written by God, according to a new LifeWay Research.
Reverend Dong Sun Lim, a long-time pastor in the Korean immigrant community in the U.S., passed away at the age of 93 on September 24 at 9:06 PM.
SBC International Mission Board President David Platt Reports Apparent Resurrection of Man in Remote Southeast Asian Village
David Platt, President of International Mission Board at Southern Baptist Convention, recounted a story of a man believed to be dead raised again through prayers in a previously unreached people group in Southeast Asia.