Jane Blasio was one of 200 babies sold in an illegal operation run in the 1950s and 1960s by a Georgia abortionist named Thomas Hicks. Now she's sharing her story and reflecting on God's faithfulness amid even the most painful of circumstances.
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In an interview with The Christian Post, pastor and author Lucas Miles shares the subtle ways "Progressive Christianity" is permeating the Church and why such ideology is “really damaging, antithetical to the Gospel, and certainly heretical."
Former Gov. Bill Haslam on biblical antidote to political division, role Christians play in 'changing tone'
In an increasingly polarized political climate, former Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam is urging Christians to engage in the public square with the kind of humility he believes is crucial to reuniting America.
Although traditional Christian publishers turned their back on his latest book, Fault Lines: The Social Justice Movement and Evangelicalism's Looming Catastrophe, denouncing critical race theory and the social justice movement, prominent Southern Baptist preacher Voddie Baucham Jr. found a home for it at Salem Books and it is now one of the most talked about works in evangelicalism.
Pentecostal Pastor Wilfredo “Choco” De Jesús is working to tackle the problem of divisiveness and the need for churches to address the issue inwardly and outwardly.
In an interview with The Christian Post, bestselling author and ministry leader Sarah Jakes Roberts draws on the example of Eve to encourage women to unleash the fullness of their potential into the world without apology.
Megachurch pastor Jonathan Stockstill recently released his debut book, The Real Jesus, Challenging What You Know About the Greatest Person Who Ever Lived as a way to combat cultural Christianity.
Billy Graham's personal pastor shares what the Church can learn from ministry of 'humble' evangelist
Billy Graham’s friend and pastor has reflected on his years-long friendship with the famed evangelist — and shared the lessons and values he believes the Church can glean from the life and ministry of a man he said mirrored the “very heartbeat of God.”