Posts Tagged ‘problem’
Aid workers say child malnutrition is reaching emergency levels in northern Mali which has been under the control of armed militant groups since April.
"Nowadays, no woman enters marriage as a virgin," said Seewald quoting a Brazilian supermodel. How would the Pope answer?
Over the past three decades, women voters have trended heavily toward Democratic candidates in national elections.
In these closing verses of John Chapter 12, we are moving closer to the hour of the atoning death of Jesus Christ, the Son of God, and the death of Jesus Christ achieved the exact opposite to what was at first thought.
More and more people who self-identify as conservative Christians are moving away from traditional political conservatism into a whole new political realm: Libertarianism. And why not? For conservative Christians who are sick a...
For the Rev. Jerry Henry, pastor of First Baptist Church of Fairhope, being Southern Baptist is a defining aspect of life. He embraces the denomination’s conservative social values, extols its evangelism — “We...
Despite some promising developments, Christians in Turkey continue to suffer attacks from private citizens, discrimination by lower-level government officials and vilification in both school textbooks and news media, according ...
Ron Williams is the pastor of Church at the GYM in Sanford, Fla. As the Baptist church’s name implies, Williams’ congregation meets, well, in a gym. Williams said the goal is to remove the “stained-glass barri...
For years, the Rev. Bernie Anderson carried a shameful secret — one he feared would destroy his marriage, his career, his standing in the community, even his spiritual identity. He was addicted to pornography. Like many o...
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A group of Christian leaders came together recently at Washington D.C. to discuss a phenomenon occurring in American life in the 21st century–America’s distancing itself from its Christian foundation. At the conference, “...