The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and the U.K.’s former Prime Minister Gordon Brown have warned that a proposed law to allow assisted suicide would “undermine the sanctity of life” and could pressure the frail and vulnerable to end their lives.
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Gospel singer CeCe Winans reflected on God’s faithfulness throughout her decadeslong career, her passion for championing the next generation of Christian musicians and how becoming a grandmother has impacted her artistry.
Apple has removed a popular Bible app and a Quran app in China after the communist country’s regime deemed that the apps violated local laws on hosting religious texts.
America’s suicide rate now ties the all-time high experienced in the Great Depression of the 1930s: 14.5 per 100,000 per year. But if we look more closely, we quickly see that our current situation is far worse.
Last week, it was reported that a Bible app and Quran app had been removed from Apple's App Store in China following pressure from the Chinese government. This is hardly surprising behavior from the Chinese Communist Party.
The hope is that Christians in faithful churches won’t be so easily deceived, and that they can effectively help others to avoid or escape toxic personalities and organizations for better pastures.
Except that Levine is a biological male who identifies as female. Yet this is somehow a breakthrough for women? Isn’t it really a slap in the face of other women, since the first “female” to reach this rank is not a female at all?
Since Inauguration Day, the U.S. Senate has confirmed five of President Biden’s appellate court judges — the most at this point in a presidency since President Nixon.
According to General Powell, Prime Minister Yew replied, “Mr. President … you don’t understand. It’s not reversible. There is no other place where you can take a foreigner and plop them in and … five years later out pops an American of hyphenated background who can go as far as his talents will take him. It can’t happen anywhere else.”
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Nearly half of PCUSA ministers say 'fatigue' a daily part of their lives, few take sabbaticals: survey
Nearly half of surveyed clergy in the Presbyterian Church (USA) report experiencing fatigue on a regular basis — yet few take sabbaticals, according to a newly released report that is part of a series of surveys on ministers in the denomination.
After a long season of isolation, award-winning Christian music artist Chris Tomlin and the popular worship band UNITED are hoping to bring joy and unity to thousands across the country through their long-awaited 2022 "Tomlin UNITED Tour."
“The fear was overwhelming.” This is just one of the ways in which ex-medium Ivani Greppi described her childhood — a Brazilian upbringing that was deeply steeped in the occult.