Watch the interview with Richard Joyner who explains lay health coaches
The coalition hopes to bring Manhattan pastor Kaji Douša’s case to the limelight by advocating on her behalf to elected officials.
A coalition of 430 human rights, civil rights, foreign policy and faith organizations, leaders and scholars has submitted a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo urging him to dismantle his department’s new Commission on Unalienable Rights.
With asylum seekers and unaccompanied minors being held in detention facilities across the Southwest and calls to “send back” congresswomen of color, a new book recounts the history of the mass incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II.
U.S. adults generally can answer basic questions about the Bible and Christianity, but are less familiar with other world religions
“Holy, Holy, Holy!” has been chosen in a March Madness-like tournament as “the greatest hymn of all time.”
Pastors can be holy and not whole. They can be biblically faithful and psychologically broken. They can be prayer warriors and control freaks, spiritually mature and emotionally repressed.
Lee Dingle, 37, the husband of Christian writer Shannon Dingle, was playing with his children on Oak Island when a wave hit him so hard he crashed on the sand, apparently breaking his neck.
In a new book titled The Violence of the Biblical God, Bible scholar Daniel Hawk avoids easy responses to violence in the Bible — but then enters some troubling territory.