A new study finds that approximately 43 percent of Americans don't attend church.
Members from various Messianic congregations gathered in Nashville, Tenn. for the 2015 Tikkun Tennessee Regional Training Institute on January 10 and 11.
A conservative Presbyterian is hopeful that a pastor will appeal a decision that removed him from the ministry.
Churches need to begin challenging the legitimacy of abortion from the pulpit. That’s the view of an expert on the modern-day church.
While President Obama defended his use of executive power on immigration during the State of the Union Address, one evangelical has a clear message for both Christians and lawmakers.
As in the case of Ernest Angley, abusive Christian leaders damage the church’s image, but there are ways for a congregation to determine if a pastor is off base.
The Institute on Religion & Democracy is raising questions surrounding the arrest of an Episcopal bishop arrested in late December for her involvement in a deadly hit-and-run accident - such as why wasn't her previous arrest for DUI brought to the attention of those who elect bishops.
Even though God's Word never changes, His Church is always transforming. And according to new survey, churches are forecasted to undergo 15 major trends this year that are expected to evolve into permanent fixtures for congregations across the United States – ones that will likely change the way Americans do church.
The Episcopal Church USA is already under much scrutiny for its stance on same-sex "marriage" and its acceptance of homosexual clergy. Now, one of its churches is challenging the biblical pro-life stance by celebrating 42 years of abortion on the anniversary of 1973's infamous Roe v. Wade decision.
Pentecostals will be gathering in Jerusalem this year for a concentrated strategy session on spreading the gospel.
The search for a new dean may be the least of concerns facing an Episcopal seminary in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Conservatives within the United Methodist denomination want to make bishops more accountable while not leaving things in the hands of other bishops.
Work is underway to restore the only house of worship destroyed in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, but it will be more than a church when the work is done.
More than any time in our nation’s history, Americans are skipping church on Sunday. Identifying exactly who those people are — from a demographic and psychographic perspective — the latest research shines some light on what groups of people the Church are failing to evangelize.
Without a homeland, Messianic Jewish People have increased from the four corners of the world. Since the end of the 19th Century, this international movement has become more pronounced. After the Jewish People returned to their homeland in 1948 following the Holocaust, which reestablished the nation of Israel after two millennia, the number of Jewish People who believe in Yeshua (Jesus) as their Messiah — while holding onto their Jewish customs — has grown around the globe. This has occurred at about the same rate that Jewish People continue to return to Israel.
Even though most of the laws and guiding principles that govern this nation are predicated on the Bible, a surprisingly large proportion of young Americans have developed not only an ambivalence toward Scripture, but an extremely negative view of it, as well.