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.
A revival event featuring Pastor Stephen Chong of Revival Church took place from September 16 to 17 in the South Bay region, hosted by Good Community Church of Torrance, with about 170 people the first night, and about 140 the second night, from at least seven different churches.
Majority of Americans Identify as Christians, but Only a Minority Identify as 'Practicing Christians,' According to 'State of the Church' Study
A new Barna research found that while a majority of Christians in America identify as Christians, only a minority are “practicing Christians” who attend the church at least once a month.
Students at Dallas Theological Seminary (DTS) will now require to undergo a sexual abuse awareness training to complete their ministry degree programs. The new regulation was announced by the seminary earlier this month.
For Pastor Sungwon Jahng, choosing to serve as the English ministry (EM) pastor of Los Angeles Open Door Presbyterian Church wasn’t necessarily a choice for a particular position or cultural context. It was out of a sense of ownership of the church, he says.
Religion Supporting US Economy by Generating More Revenue Than Apple, Google, and Amazon Combined, Says Study
A new study published in interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion said that religion contributes more to US economy than Facebook, Google and Apple combined.
Attacks against Christians in India increased in the first six months of 2016, according to a new report by Evangelical Fellowship of India.
Howard E. Butt Jr., Evangelist and Philanthropist Who Promoted High Calling in All Vocations, Passes Away at 89
Howard E. Butt Jr., who dedicated his life to Christian causes and helping other people realize their true calling in whatever occupation they may be pursuing, passed away at the age of 89 on September 11 in San Antonio, Texas.
Nabeel Qureshi Releases Video Describing His Stage IV Cancer Prognosis, Says He Has Hope in Living God
Christian evangelist Nabeel Qureshi released a 10-minute video on YouTube in which he gave the details of his stage IV stomach cancer. He told his viewers that American Cancer Society statistics say that survival rate for people with stage IV stomach cancer was 4 percent, but he trusted in God to heal him.
Most Americans as well as Christians do not want to change Johnson Amendment which states that churches must lose their tax-exempt status if they endorse any political candidates, according to a new LifeWay Research.