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Franklin Graham Preaches to Over 17,000 in Mongolia

Evangelist Franklin Graham shared a message of hope to more than 17,000 people in Mongolia on September 10 and 11.

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When Pastor Scott Arnold of Journey Church in Jupiter Farms, Florida, was a boy in Southern Ohio, he played sports. His stepfather coached him in baseball and basketball. When he was just 22, at a worship service...

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A friend and fellow writer put out the challenge to fill in the blank in a Tweet following the words, “Jesus is______.” I replied with my short answer and here is my long list in progress....

What Did Mary Know?

This article was originally published in 2018. The Christmas season has officially started. And no, I’m not referring to Black Friday. That’s a day set aside by retailers as a real-life pay-per-view boxing match. I avoid that day and...

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Christian persecution watchdog, Open Doors USA, developed an app that lets users to pray for believers who are suffering for their faith.

Christian Worship on Flight Viral Video Drew Mixed Reactions

A video of a group of Christians singing in the middle of a flight went viral and got mixed reactions from the public.

Franklin Graham Asks for a Russia-Ukraine Ceasefire

Rev. Franklin Graham wrote to Russian president Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy to ask for a ceasefire in observance of Holy Week.
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Only a Minority of Pastors Favor 10% Tithe—Barna

In its latest study, Barna Group found that tithing is not widely understood or practiced in today's church.
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Israel launched a tourism plan to attract U.S. Christians in a biblical archaeological excavation across the country.

Christianity Endures in Afghanistan Despite Taliban Rule

Christianity appears to be growing in Afghanistan despite the Taliban takeover for a year now.

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Christianity Endures in Afghanistan Despite Taliban Rule

Christianity appears to be growing in Afghanistan despite the Taliban takeover for a year now.

Stunt Bikers Spread the Gospel Worldwide

Action Sports Outreach (ASO) was in Festival Manchester with a mission to share their faith as they do artistic twists and jumps with their bicycles.

Indonesia Boosts Digital Evangelism

Hundreds of communication leaders in Indonesia gathered in Bali to reinforce digital evangelism in the country.

Christian Worship on Flight Viral Video Drew Mixed Reactions

A video of a group of Christians singing in the middle of a flight went viral and got mixed reactions from the public.

9-year-old Swings Her Way to Golf and Her New Family’s Heart

Nine-year-old Autumn Solesbee won the Girls 7-9 division at the annual Drive, Chip and Putt golf tournament at Augusta National on April 3, 2022.

Churches in Ireland Pour in Donations for Ukraine

Parishes across Ireland have raised more than $3.5 million (£2.69 million) in response to the crisis in Ukraine.

Christians Celebrate Palm Sunday

Thousands of Christians around the world gathered at the church on April 10, 2022 to participate in services for Palm Sunday, the first day of the Holy Week.

Franklin Graham Asks for a Russia-Ukraine Ceasefire

Rev. Franklin Graham wrote to Russian president Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy to ask for a ceasefire in observance of Holy Week.

Thousands Join Pro-life March in Peru

Around 10,000 people crowded the streets of Lima, Peru on March 26 and joined the "March for Life."

New Program Helps Churches Provide Mental Health Support in UK

Benefact Trust launched a program that will offer grants to churches so they can provide mental health support in their communities.

Ukrainian Children Hopeful in Palm Beach County

Two families with their children fled Ukraine and now live in Palm Beach Country. The children attend school and start to return to some semblance of normalcy.

Pro-life Groups Demand Justice After Exposé at University

A coalition of pro-life activists calls for justice after exposing a freezer full of human fetal remains at the University of Washington.