International Migration a Global Missional Challenge

In their newly released annual report for 2020, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has estimated some 272 million people globally (two-thirds of them labor migrants) are living outside their countries of birth. It is significant that this estimated number and proportion of international migrants in 2020 has already surpassed former projections made for the year 2050. What does this promise for world evangelization?

Controversial Leader Calls for Jesus Statues to be Removed

Shaun King, the controversial Black Lives Matter activist known for pushing false claims, called for the destruction of Jesus Christ statues and Christian churches for their depiction of the “white” holy family, which King argued are forms of “white supremacy” and “racist propaganda” that promote “oppression.”

If You’re Returning to Church, Here Are 10 Ways to Stay Safe

An evangelical research center focused on disaster response has detailed key steps churchgoers might take as they contemplate attending reopened churches.

Southern Baptist Convention President: ‘Of Course Black Lives Matter’

J.D. Greear, the president of the Southern Baptist Convention, on Tuesday, implored Southern Baptist members to accept and promote that “black lives matter” as a gospel issue but criticized the Black Lives Matter organization in his 2020 presidential address to church members.

Tennessee Police Officer Prays With Protester During Rally

The image of a police officer and protester in Nashville praying together has inspired many who are searching for hope during these troubling times.

Mississippi Pastor Whose Church Was Burned Down Vows to Pray for Arsonist

In a commentary published Wednesday by USA Today, the Mississippi pastor whose sanctuary was burned to the ground said he and his congregants “will pray for the soul and peace of mind” of the person who set fire to their place of worship.

Questions About Faith and God During Coronavirus Pandemic

Richard E. Simmons, a Christian author, a mentor, and the Executive Director of The Center for Executive Leadership, has released a new book, Reflections on the Existence of God. This book is a collection of essays focusing on some of life’s most enduring questions:

Letter Defends Space Force Hymn to be Sung

WASHINGTON, DC — The following letter was submitted by Rev. David A. Newberry to the Department of Defense regarding the Space Force Hymn, Creator of the Universe:

Chemicals and Christians: Compassion and Caution

A key theme is that seemingly small decisions may have profound consequences for people choosing products for themselves and for those around them as well. Everyday items can make healthy people sick and sick people sicker. Because most of the more than 80,000 chemicals in use today haven’t been adequately tested, the items that contain them can produce physical and mental symptoms not generally recognized as toxic reactions.

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