Churches must work to restore healthy marriages and fatherhood to combat a growing decline in Christianity, according to a survey released by a faith-based group. J.P. De Gance is the founder and president of Communio, a nonprofit that equips churches
The one thing most of us fail to do is to discern when we’re dealing with demonic spirits. However, it’s important to sharpen our ability to discern evil spirits and their workings. For this, having the gift of discerning of
A new report by the anti-persecution watchdog Open Doors in the United States has found that America is no longer the safe haven for displaced people that it once was. Its joint report with the evangelical humanitarian agency World Relief
The Archbishop of Canterbury has condemned the “utterly abhorrent” attacks against Israel from the militant group Hamas. In a letter to British Jews, the Most Rev Justin Welby expressed his “deepest sense of solidarity… friendship and prayers” following the attacks
A church in Texas has tried using artificial intelligence (AI) to design an entire Sunday service for the first time. The Violet Crown City Church in Austin enlisted the help of an AI chat program, ChatGPT, to craft every aspect
There’s a whole lot of baptism going on these days. Signs of revival have been ongoing around the U.S. since February when a spiritual awakening began at Asbury University. Initially, the awakening seemed to mainly be happening among college students.
An outbreak of communal violence in India’s north-eastern state of Manipur has seen as many as 35 churches destroyed in a tribal dispute over access to government recognition and resources. Long-standing demands for affirmative action by the state’s Meitei community
After more than nine years of captivity, two Chibok schoolgirls have been rescued, according to Nigerian military officials. Hauwa Maltha and Esther Marcus, now both 26, were among the 276 girls abducted by Boko Haram in April 2014. The terrorist