(RNS) Their absence at the Values Voter Summit could hurt the New Jersey governor and the brother of the former president with conservative Christians who are key to winning the GOP presidential primaries.
(RNS) It takes a lot of workers to fuel North Dakota’s oil boom — and the hard-working, lonely and boring lifestyle foments all manner of sins and vices. Evangelists say it’s prime territory for spreading the message of Jesus.
(RNS) In an age of destination weddings and “bridezillas,” some evangelicals opt for what writer Catherine Strode Parks calls “A Christ-Centered Wedding.”
(RNS) If fatwas can be issued on anything and everything by pretty much any Muslim scholar, why do people pay attention?
CANTERBURY, England (RNS) “In some respects I feel very calm,” said Kieran Conry. “It is liberating. It is a relief.” But it may not be the end of the matter for the former Roman Catholic leader.
Mayfair-Plymouth Congregational Church is in the final stages of an 18-month pastoral transition. Pastor David J. Claassen, in his 40th year of ministry as senior pastor of the church, is retiring Sunday, Oct. 12.
In a series of brief meditations, Toledo author and psychotherapist Kevin Anderson finds extraordinary wisdom hidden in the ordinary happenings of “Noble Nature” — in rocks and trees, shooting stars and seashores, blizzards and bees, and in a wide assortment of other natural amazements.
As I was mowing my mother’s lawn, somehow I got “Come On Get Happy,” the theme song from “The Partridge Family,” stuck in my head. Now I must admit I have not been in the best of moods the last few days, but rather than dwelling on the hows and whys, I decided it would be much better to just enjoy being happy. Before I realized it, I was thinking of some funny things that happened when I was a church janitor.
(RNS) Robert Schuller’s Hour of Power ministry surrendered the landmark 1981 Philip Johnson building last year after filing for bankruptcy.
With the opening last weekend of its fifth physical campus last weekend, CedarCreek Church reported its largest attendance ever with total attendance on all campuses of 10,008.