The pastor being hailed a hero for helping to thwart a gunman from taking additional lives at a California church described how the congregation, consisting mostly of elderly attendees, overtook the shooter.
With an hour’s walk through hilly terrain, Raiza had ample time to think. She had been hesitant to make the journey. Would it be worth it for a blanket? Would it just be a thin, unsubstantial piece of material? Would the church even have enough?
This new season of our lives — this coronavirus (COVID-19) season — is a tough one. It can be tempting to disregard CDC and government guidelines about social distancing, quarantining and handwashing. But in these trying days, we can’t afford to be selfish. We can’t put other […]
Over 400 Christian leaders from 45 countries and 149 cities convened in the nation’s capital this week to share best practices on how churches and ministries can network to transform their cities by addressing the pressing needs facing their communities.
Christmas day is one of the most important days on the Christian calendar. This is so because it’s time for Christians to celebrate the Birth of Jesus Christ, the Saviour of humankind and everything else on earth. As such, at Christmas, Christians ought to celebrate […]