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‘My Identity Is in Christ,’ Not Fame, Singer Tori Kelly Says of Staying Grounded Singer and songwriter Tori Kelly said in a new interview that her faith and her “identity” in Christ keep her grounded when she’s tempted to rely on her fame. Kelly made the comments in an interview […]

Shi Meiyu and the Image of God in Chinese Healthcare Christianity has always been concerned about body and spirit, mind and matter, the spiritual and the physical. This was why wherever Christianity spread, believers established hospitals and schools alongside churches. In China, for example, Western medicine was an essential ingredient of the growth of Christianity. […]

The Path from Anxiety and Stress to Lasting Peace Let’s start with some good news out of Washington: Congress passed legislation last night to recognize Juneteenth as a federal holiday. The day commemorates the emancipation of slaves in the United States. Texas was the first state to observe Juneteenth […]

Southern Baptist Convention Begins its Annual Meeting More than sixteen thousand Southern Baptists will begin their annual convention today in Nashville, Tennessee. The event is generating national headlines as those attending confront Critical Race Theory, women’s roles, how to handle sexual abuse, and serious allegations regarding racism and misogyny […]

Clarity, Confidence, and Courage for Confusing Times There are certain moments in history, such as the end of the Roman Empire or the Enlightenment, when it’s obvious how much the cultural ground has shifted. Cultural norms that worked before to foster social cohesion no longer suffice. Certain ideas and […]

SBC Elects Leader Focused on Reconciliation, Compassion “God does nothing in vain. He knows what he is about. He may take away my friends. He may throw me among strangers. He may make me feel desolate, may make my spirits sink, hide my future from me. Still, he knows […]

Florida Gov. Signs Bill Requiring Moment of Silence in Schools: You Can’t ‘Be Successful’ without God On Monday, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill into law requiring public school classrooms to hold a one-minute moment of silence at the beginning of each day to give students an opportunity for […]

THE DAILYS – A MUSICAL COLLABORATION OF NASHVILLE SINGER/SONGWRITERS ELLIE HOLCOMB AND JILLIAN EDWARDS – RELEASE EP TODAY   NEWS SOURCE: Merge PR January 15, 2021 NASHVILLE, TENN. (JANUARY 15, 2021) Nashville-based singer/songwriters Ellie Holcomb and Jillian Edwards and their musical collaboration – The Dailys – release a four-song EP available today. The special side-project is produced by […]

Deconversion, Deconstruction, and Repentance To paraphrase the author of Ecclesiastes, of the writing of “de-conversion” testimonies, there seems to be no end. In a somewhat recent innovation, many have embraced a different term for deconversion. It’s common to hear something like, “I haven’t lost or abandoned my lifelong Christian […]

Nashville, TN (January 15, 2021) – GRAMMY®-winning singer/songwriter Tasha Cobbs Leonard returns to ABC’s Good Morning America for an interview and performance of her current single, “In Spite of Me,” on Monday, January 18, 2021 at 8:45AM Local Time. Check local listings. This will be Tasha’s first appearance on the popular morning show since 2018, when she […]

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