Faith

Thousands in San Diego Come Together to Pray over the City In San Diego, California, over 3,200 people from 98 partnering churches came together to pray for the city’s schools, youth and teachers in San Diego. The prayers were for protection from Coronavirus and the city’s racial tensions. The gathering is called “We […]

There it is, the hollow emptiness of silence. The slight sliding of your hand as pen scratches across a lined journal page. The pressure in your throat as you whisper silent pleas at God. Prayer can mean talking to God and then feeling only a cathartic release. You pray with expectation that God is present, but in a distant-sort-of-way. To a […]

Trump Order Protects Babies Who Survive Abortion, Grants ‘Legal Protections’ Like ‘Any Other Person’ President Trump issued an executive order Friday protecting babies who survive an abortion as well as those who are born prematurely or with a disability. Trump had signaled the executive order earlier in the week during a message to […]

What a Self-Described Liberal Said about Amy Coney Barrett It’s not often that we get to see history being made, but that’s what happened Saturday afternoon when President Trump nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett for the Supreme Court of the United States. Any nomination to our nation’s highest court is historic. If confirmed, […]

The world around us is shifting sand. I suppose it always has been, but the past four months have revealed its instability in profound ways. Medical advice and predictions regarding COVID-19 change daily. Businesses have closed, never to re-open, while others struggle to adjust their models to new and ever-changing standards. Neighborhoods near my home […]

Why (and How) Christians Should Vote In the 2016 election, only about 61 percent of voting-age Americans cast a ballot. The percentage of self-identifying Christians who voted, both evangelical and non-evangelical, was pretty similar. In other words, though faith does seem to greatly influence the voting decisions of American Christians who vote, it […]

How Abortion Poisoned Our Politics (and Everything Else) President Trump has promised that his nomination to replace the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be announced on Saturday. And, now that Senator Mitt Romney has committed to support the process, it looks probable, perhaps likely, that Mitch McConnell could succeed in […]

Disruption to Daily Life amid COVID-19 Could Be a Blessing, Chuck Bentley Says The head of a prominent Christian financial ministry says the pandemic could be a blessing for many Americans who were stuck in the wrong job before they were laid off. Chuck Bentley, the CEO of Crown Financial Ministries, said his […]

God ‘Led Me to’ Congress, Sen. James Lankford Says: This Is ‘My Ministry’ of Service A U.S. senator who was in ministry before he was elected to office says he’s still serving God in Congress – only in a different way. Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.) served as program director from 1996 to 2009 […]

John MacArthur, Church Could Face $6,000 in Fines for Worshiping Indoors Los Angeles County health officials are asking a state judge to hold Grace Community Church and Pastor John MacArthur in contempt for holding indoor services after a court prohibited them from doing so. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mitchell L. Beckloff issued […]


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