As You keep Your covenant eternally, we realize that we receive eternal life from You when we are chosen by You.
More Pastors Pursue Racial Reconciliation Through Relational Means Rather than Through the Pulpit, According to Study
Though many pastors have pursued racial reconciliation, more have done so through relational means or through prayer rather than through preaching, according to a LifeWay Research study released on Thursday.
Do Religious Organizations Count as 'Church' in Pension Plan Exemption? Supreme Court Weighs Arguments
The outcome of a case currently before the U.S. Supreme Court regarding pension plans may dramatically affect hospitals, schools, and other non-profits with religious affiliations across the country, according to lawyers involved in the case. The case, Advocate Health Care Network v. Stapleton, involves hospital employees and three religiously affiliated hospitals: Advocate Health, St. Peter’s Healthcare System, and Dignity Health.
GIFT Counseling & Wellness Centers held its first ‘Eureka’ Conference for young adults. The conference, which focused on the mental and relational health of young adults, took place on March 11 for English speakers, and will take place again on April 1 for Korean speakers.
The Christian Scholarship Foundation of Greater Washington will be offering scholarships to Korean American seminary students once again this spring.
Federal Judge Considers Kentucky Abortion Law Requiring Doctors to Show Ultrasound Images to Patients
After over six hours of a hearing on Thursday, a federal district judge is considering the constitutionality of a Kentucky law that requires doctors to show the ultrasound of fetuses to their patients before performing an abortion.
To love is to have interest. The opposite of love is not hatred, but indifference. Indifference creates a sense of alienation. On the other hand, love is a warm interest. Love connects the marginalized ones to one another.
Newly minted Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, upon visiting South Korea, said in a press interview, “…the policies of strategic patience have ended.” It was a stern warning that the U.S. will no longer tolerate North Korea’s threatening acts, and that they will pay them back in full. Previously, during the days of the ‘Sunshine Policy’, there was a time when patience never ceased.
Cultural Christianity is dying. One no longer has to be a Christian or in a church to be accepted by society. That relatively easy pool of prospective attendees for our churches is disappearing.
We want to be loyal and faithful servants. We want to consider each soul as precious, and we want to obey to Your words as we love You. Help us to live a life bearing abundant fruit.
We want Your purpose of salvation for the lost ones and weak ones to be completed through us. Allow us to be passionate towards others.
Churches are flawed. Every single church is broken in various ways and differing degrees. Yours. Mine. Yes, even the “better” ones.
The wife walked into my office alone. She informed me that her husband would be arriving separately. When he finally came, they talked to me, but not to one another.
Much like the name of the church he is leading, Pastor Leo Rhee of CityLight Seoul hopes to see a movement of Christians in Seoul who aim to be a “light” in the city, proactively loving the city and sharing the gospel – for the good of the city and to see God’s kingdom come. It’s also made evident in the church’s slogan: “A church in the city to love the city.”
A site which is believed by some religious traditions to have contained the body of Jesus after his crucifixion has been repaired and restored after decades of disrepair, a restoration project team announced on Monday.