Pastor in the Bible Belt Works Toward Chrislam

In a news video from station WHNT News 19 in Alabama, Pastor Jason Parks, senior pastor of Refuge Church in Huntsville, is featured to discuss his work with Muslims around the world. According to Parks, "There’s just not a relationship between Muslims and Evangelicals, and we want to try to bridge that gap and try... Continue Reading →

Retired Anglican Bishop Claims Most of Us Are Wrong About the Bible’s Teaching on Heaven

Prominent British theologian N. T. Wright, a retired Anglican bishop, claims in his recently released book, The New Testament in Its World, that most of us have gotten our ideas of heaven wrong. He explains some of his views from his book in a December 16 article in Time magazine. Why are we way off... Continue Reading →

Denomination excommunicates congregation for promoting homosexuality

The denomination known as the Evangelical Covenant Church (ECC), made up of 875 churches in the U.S. and 300,000 members, has one less congregation on their roster as of Friday, June 28. Last year the denomination handed down a disciplinary action for the First Covenant Church (FCC) in Minneapolis, urging them to replace their pastor,... Continue Reading →

North Carolina Methodist church hosts drag queen show

A Methodist church in Durham, NC, hosted a drag queen show this past Saturday to protest the United Methodist Church denomination's continued official rejection of homosexual clergy and same-sex "marriage." Calvary United Methodist Church called the event "Drag Me To Church" and claimed the turnout for the event was large. Pastor Chris Agoranos said the... Continue Reading →

Christian Author/Lecturer Exposes The Spiritual Dangers of Yoga

Years before Christian author and speaker Caryl Matrisciana died of cancer in 2016, she was a guest on The Berean Call radio show hosted by T. A. McMahon. Matrisciana was British and grew up in India surrounded by Hinduism. She became a disciple of the New Age religion during the hippie movement of the 1960s-1970s,... Continue Reading →

Pastor and treasurer of a New York church steal millions from the congregation

The U.S. Attorney's office talked two New York church leaders into a plea deal after the pastor and the lead treasurer of the congregation were charged for stealing $3 million from the church and avoided paying taxes. Their elaborate scheme was set up to make it appear as if the pastor was a successful entertainment... Continue Reading →

The emptiness of being Christian in name only

While recently searching for online articles covering positive things churches are doing for their communities, I came across an article about a small congregation in Santa Fe, New Mexico--First Christian Church--celebrating their 85th anniversary with several initiatives on community outreach. I was impressed by the headline and clicked on the link to read the article.... Continue Reading →

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