The IDOP, which was first organized in 1996 by the World Evangelical Fellowship, has evolved into one of the largest worldwide prayer events in existence today.
The late Apple co-founder and self-proclaimed Buddhist Steve Jobs reportedly began questioning God and the meaning of life in the months before his death. So says Walter Isaacson, author of the biography titled Steve Jobs, in a Sunday interview on CBS’ 60 Minutes. The biography on Jobs, who died earlier this month after battling pancreatic cancer.
Despite heavy media coverage of Mitt Romney’s religion, only 42 percent of Americans correctly identify the candidate as a Mormon. This level of knowledge remains the same from July, even after Texas pastor Robert Jeffress’ comments about Mormonism being a cult spread like wildfire and sparked a heated debate.
Life — and life issues — challenge everyone.
It’s a topic untouchable for Hollywood and a subject matter not many are willing to take on: abortion.
Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow is taking heat for kneeling in prayer just moments before the comeback against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday—and for thanking Jesus for the victory in the post-game interview.
While some are still talking about The Response in Houston, Lou Engle has his eyes set on TheCall in Detroit.
TheCall is a prayer movement gathering young adults to pray and fast for breakthrough and revival. TheCall Detroit is set for Nov. 11. Intercessors will gather in the Motor City for 24 hours of prayer and fasting.
Through the video vignettes on the Church of God World Missions web site, your eyes can see, your ears can hear, and your heart can feel the passion of telling everyone about Jesus. You’ll have a better understanding of the look of the area, the sound of their language, and sometimes, the lack of hope in their hearts.
Yesterday, Faith News reported that Lee University was in the midst of their annual Missions Week. This year, Lee University chose the rebuilding of the La Saline Church of God in Port Au Prince, Haiti, for the 2011-2012 Missions Week Project. Not only are Lee students, faculty, and staff already at work, but an invitation was extended to local churches to join with them.
August 1946 brought eventful days to delegates meeting in Birmingham, Alabama, for the 41st General Assembly of the Church of God. Some of the excitement was likely because this was the first full meeting of ministers and members in several years. The war years had demanded travel restrictions, and the previous Assembly in 1945 was limited primarily to Bishops.
When it launched BIGBibleTown.com last year, Third Day Games knew it would be facing some heavy competition. But after several months and thousands of kids playing, the response is confirming that the game is a competitive Christian alternative to secular juggernauts from the industry’s top brands.
Announced today is the release of Author Chandel L. White’s highly anticipated new book titled Romans to Jude – Precise Christian Scripture Revealed (paperback, ISBN 9780615400419, $18.00 U.S.), which is now available to consumers online at Amazon.com and other select on and offline booksellers world-wide.
What is the best way for American Christians to impact their country? According to one pastor, the answer is to go underground.