Disciples of Christ Pastor William Barber II said his illness and his faith drive him more to fight for medical health care that all people deserve. The provision of affordable housing units was expected to rise in East, New York as the project of Christian Cultural Center Pastor A.R. Bernard has now been formally reviewed after years of planning.
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A Baylor University study shows that children are safer from sexual and professional abuse in faith-based welfare programs than in secular ones. First Baptist Church Pastor Bart Barber was elected as President of the Southern Baptist Convention in the recent annual conference in Anaheim, California last Tuesday. Jesus' heart wrenching and intense experience in the garden of Gethsemane gives Him absolute right and qualification to have a deep, raw connection with countless people struggling with mental illness…
A male stripper turned life coach and author is sharing the story of how Jesus led him from his lucrative career to a life of joy he always yearned for. Among the many reasons why pastors are leaving ministry are the most common: stress, loneliness, and politics, a new survey has found. A pastor’s tweet has become controversial and drawn mixed reactions after posting his opinion on unbelievers. Bible Teacher Kyle Winkler tackled spiritual battles people encountered in his recent book entitled “Shut Up, Devil,” raising awareness and helping Christians to defeat the lies of the enemy. Evangelical Leader Mike Evans to co-lead this year’s “March of the Living” together with Jerusalem Mayor Moshe Lion in Auschwitz on Thursday, April 28. A religious leader and expert is urging churches to remain vigilant against financial fraud and embezzlement. A Christian cycling group has reached a major milestone, raising a million dollars to fund youth groups. The Presbyterian Church in the U.S. has lost thousands of members and dozens of congregations in 2021 alone. A church in El Cajon, California revealed plans to build six cabins on its property to house the homeless in the hope of leading other churches to follow suit. After successfully holding a massive rally against the Walt Disney Company early this month, "Let Us Worship" Founder Sean Feucht announced the next Hold The Line rally in Florida on May 16.