1,859 Items (Page 1 of 155)

  • August 29, 2015
    Michael F. Haverluck

    Hobby Lobby’s $400M Bible museum getting largest Israel artifact collection

    On its way to the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C., which is being built by Hobby Lobby President Steve Green for $400 million, visitors will find the largest collection of exported Israeli artifacts found on the planet.

  • August 25, 2015
    Chad Groening

    As Shemitah approaches - be cautious, don't panic

    A Messianic Jewish leader is suggesting American Christians take precautions in light of concerns over the next month's ending of the Shemitah year.

  • August 22, 2015
    Michael F. Haverluck

    2.5K rally in Iowa for Christians targeted at work

    Christians targeted for their faith at work was the topic that took center stage at an Iowa religious freedom rally Friday, where 2,500 crammed into the Iowa Events Center to support eight believers who were persecuted for not affirming

  • August 17, 2015
    Michael F. Haverluck

    $30M Ark will open as world’s largest timber-framed building

    Claimed to be one of the greatest Christian attractions in the world when it opens its doors in 2016, the Creation Museum’s $29.5 million Noah’s Ark is also proclaimed to be the largest wood-framed building on the face of the earth.

  • August 17, 2015
    Bill Bumpas

    What are evangelicals' thoughts on election issues?

    An evangelical leader is pleased to see fellow evangelical leaders continue to show deep concern about moral and social issues, as he feels those are important factors in choosing a presidential candidate.

  • August 13, 2015
    Charlie Butts

    New BSA guidelines unsustainable for churches

    The founder of a program that aims to "guide generations of courageous young men to honor God" is concerned that churches continuing to host Boy Scouts of America troops could be at greater risk than before.

  • August 09, 2015
    Michael F. Haverluck

    Brazil, Peru leave PCUSA over ‘gay’ marriage

    In reaction to the Presbyterian Church (USA)’s recent vote to allow same-sex “marriage,” two Latin American Presbyterian denominations have decided to part ways with the largest Presbyterian Church in the United States.

  • August 07, 2015
    Bill Bumpas

    Study is wake-up call for traditional church

    The Pew Research Center made headlines earlier this year when it released a study on America's rapidly growing religious "nones" - atheists, agnostics and others with no religious affiliation.  

  • August 07, 2015
    Charlie Butts

    Far-left clergy defend PP, leave out key word

    Americans may be shocked at undercover videos that show a baby's limbs and organs being sorted at a Planned Parenthood clinic, but there are others who claim God is quite pleased.  

  • July 30, 2015
    Bill Bumpas

    An atheist advising the Pope? About science?

    A climate scientist is concerned that the Pope is aligning himself with secularists rather than theologians over so-called global warming.  

  • July 22, 2015
    Bill Bumpas

    More missionaries will come on field under SBC’s new policy

    A trustee with the Southern Baptist Convention's International Mission Board believes a new policy on missionary qualifications will open up many pathways of service for more people in the nation's largest Protestant denomination.  

  • July 20, 2015
    Charlie Butts

    Coalition ignites Christian civil rights movement

    In reaction to the Supreme Court legalizing unnatural marriage, a coalition recently met in Dallas to develop a plan of action to protect religious rights.