For the second time, International Christian Concern (ICC) will be hosting its annual conference spotlighting a specific region in which Christians are facing severe persecution. This year’s conference, which is taking place from June 2 to 3 at Saddleback Church, will focus on North Korea.
Two Southern Baptist organizations have partnered to create a curriculum designed to equip local churches with what they call a “more informed” understanding of religious liberty.
Aiming to partner with the Korean churches in Southern California, Good Neighbors will seek them out where they’re at by personally joining them in their worship services.
Korean Christian women in Southern California joined women across the globe in prayer for the Philippines, commemorating the World Day of Prayer. These women gathered on March 4 at Oriental Mission Church under the theme, “Am I Being Unfair to You?”
Korean pastors in Los Angeles visited the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD)’s Olympic Community Police Station and hosted a barbecue on March 2 to express gratitude and appreciation.
Two churches in the Rowland Heights area of Southern California gathered together for a joint night of worship on Friday, as leaders of the congregation highlighted the significance of unity in the body of Christ.
After several years of doing parent-child events for the girls and boys of the children’s ministry, this year, Living Hope Community Church hosted an event for girls in kindergarten through 6th grade and their mothers, called “Love You to Pieces.”
‘God Was There Every Step of the Way’: Four Parents of Children With Special Needs Share Spiritual Journeys
Undoubtedly, being a parent of a child with special needs comes with unique challenges. But for four parents, the journey of parenting children with special needs has also been filled with testimonies of new discoveries and understandings of God and the gospel.
Greg Laurie, Franklin Graham, and Two Dozen Other Leaders Encourage Christians to Make 2017 'The Year of Good News'
A group of about two dozen Christian leaders signed a letter published on Tuesday enumerating the need for Christians to make the year of 2017 the “Year of Good News,” and encouraging them to share the gospel.
Renowned author and pastor Tim Keller of Redeemer Presbyterian Church will no longer be serving as the senior pastor of the New York City church starting this summer, Keller announced on Sunday.
How Can Christian Leaders Counter False Teaching? From Platforms, and Through Relationships, Says Gateway Seminary President Jeff Iorg
The year 2017 is another year with an increased level of access to information from across the globe, and Christians encounter countless facts and opinions on a daily basis. This allows the current generation of Christians to not only be the most informed, but also to possibly be struggling with a greater level of confusion on what to believe.
Domestic violence is an issue that requires a multi-faceted approach, and the church community can play a vital role in providing support and resources to victims. A study released on Monday explored how pastors perceive the issue, and what kinds of resources are available in their churches to provide help.
L.A. Ministry Leaders Discuss the Importance of Diversity and Space at Reimagining Religion Conference
“Los Angeles is American Protestantism in 20 years,” according to Andrew Johnson, a research associate with the Center for Religion and Civic Culture (CRCC) at the University of Southern California.
Those who feel the burden of paving paths in places there were none will find a dear friend and teacher in Dr. Faith Kim, who has been a pioneer herself in many respects.
Southern California was host to a lineup of well-known speakers and Christian artists for the ‘Send’ Conference which took place from February 2 to 3 in Long Beach.