More than any time in our nation’s history, Americans are skipping church on Sunday. Identifying exactly who those people are — from a demographic and psychographic perspective — the latest research shines some light on what groups of people the Church are failing to evangelize.
Living for centuries without a homeland, Messianic Jews have increased from the four corners of the world, and since the end of the 19th Century, the international movement has become more pronounced. After the Jewish people returned to their homeland in 1948 following the Holocaust and reestablished the nation of Israel after two millennia, the number of Jews who believe in Yeshua (Jesus) as their Messiah, while holding onto their Jewish customs, has grown around the globe — at about the same rate that Jews continue to return to Israel.
Even though most of the laws and guiding principles that govern this nation are predicated on the Bible, a surprisingly large proportion of young Americans have developed not only an ambivalence toward Scripture, but an extremely negative view of it, as well.
There's an ongoing discussion in the Christian community about torture.
For those wondering how America fares in the End Times, Greg Laurie – known worldwide for his Harvest Crusade outreaches and concerts – says the U.S. has already begun its descent from superpower status and world prominence, as he contends the last days are already among us.
The archbishop of Finland’s Evangelical Lutheran Church has publicly declared his unwavering support for same-sex “marriage” following the parliament’s Friday vote to allow the controversial unions across the nation. Shortly after the archbishop made his stand known, thousands of Lutherans resigned their membership from the country’s largest denomination.
A Chicago church says it's having a hard time keeping track of the many blessings that continue to multiply within its congregation.
According to Bible scholar Dr. David Jeremiah, Christians should be prepared for the next stages of the End Times, which he argues were ushered in by Israel fulfilling Bible prophesy by reestablishing itself as a nation back in 1948 — after having no homeland for two millennia.
When it comes to considering the right church, younger Americans are a little more traditional than one might expect.
A watchdog group is taking issue with a Catholic grant to an organization that might be violating its own criteria.
While many Americans are participating in the post-Thanksgiving shopping melee for Christmas, others are focusing on service.
The head of a Protestant renewal organization believes most evangelical Christians were unhappy with President Obama's decision to ignore Congress and grant amnesty to millions of illegal aliens who are in the country.
In an attempt to meet Christians where they’re at in the Deep South, the nation’s largest Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual (LGBT) activist organization, the Human Rights Campaign — with its 1.5 million members and its $53-million annual revenue and support — recently launched its “All God’s Children” campaign.
Southern Evangelical Seminary has an answer to the shrinkage of attendance in many churches.
A research and education organization is questioning the loyalty of the director of the Catholic Campaign for Human Development.
A Christian activist in America's capital is warning fellow believers that the Internal Revenue Service may be crossing the line in terms of involving itself in religion.