I recently finished a sermon series from Revelation chapters 2 and 3 at my church, where I preached on the seven churches mentioned in these two chapters.
Pope Francis just gave a very rare interview to a newspaper that helps fund the homeless.
In all the teaching found in the New Testament, one does not find people being taught different ideas.
Quitting equals winning — at least in a recovering U.S. labor market.
Jon M. is all he wants to be known by. That’s what he told me when he agreed to tell his story of being in Iraq and returning home with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Muslims scored a major victory in Michigan.
This year has been bleak for religious construction. Industry experts predict that 9.3 million square feet of new space for churches, synagogues, temples and mosques will be built this year, an 82 percent decline from 2002, The Wall Street Journal reports.
As the pumpkin spice season comes to a close, a tempest has been brewing over Starbucks' newest coffee cup.
For the second time in less than two years, the U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear religious freedom challenges to the Affordable Care Act.
One of the most important rules parents can teach their children is colored gold.
Few comedians could get much more popular than Kel Mitchell did in the 1990s.
There seems to be a global pandemic we are facing more and more every day. It is taking more lives that any natural disaster or disease.
When Richard Robinson sought treatment for post-traumatic stress in 2007, he was told at first that he couldn't have PTSD because he was never in a combat unit. Robinson, an Army veteran who served in the aftermath of the Gulf War, had been a mechanic on a medical evacuation aircraft retrieving bodies — many of them civilians.
I have been reading the Old Testament prophets and have been seeing a common theme.
This past Saturday I spent the majority of the morning pressure-washing my home. Between the dirt and the mildew that are inevitable in this part of the world, it was badly needed.
It’s easy to fear what’s different from us.
The Environmental Protection Agency wants to put faith communities — and their canned-food drives, potlucks and volunteer teams — to work to save the environment.