Rainn Wilson Criticized Anti-Christian Bias in Hollywood After HBO series 'The Last of Us'
Rainn Wilson criticized a recent episode of "The Last of Us" for having a villainous character use biblical passages formulaically. He argued that the entertainment industry is biased towards Christians and wondered if a Bible-quoting preacher on a show could also be caring and compassionate.
What We Can Learn From Peter in the Bible
Learn more about the moral lessons you can acquire from the life experiences of Peter. He was one of the 12 Apostles of Jesus but later denied knowing about Jesus thrice.
Planned Parenthood Faces Lawsuit: Executive, Pastor Accuse Abortion Giant of Racial, Religious Discrimination
Planned Parenthood of Greater New York faces the lawsuit Samuel Ricarlos Mitchell, Jr. filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. Click the Headline to learn more
Former Liberty University President Jerry Falwell, Jr. Sues Evangelical University for $8.5M in Retirement Funds
Jerry Falwell, Jr. has filed a lawsuit against Liberty University, alleging that he owes $8.5 million in retirement funds based on a plan he and Liberty agreed to in 2019. Liberty claims it is not compelled to pay the amounts and will submit the necessary answers with the federal court.
World's Largest Church Multiplication Gathering, ‘Exponential 2023’ Held in Orlando, Florida
The world's largest church multiplication gathering was recently held in Orlando, Florida. The three-day- event was attended by around 5,000 people and featured over 800 different speakers, 150 different workshops, and various worship sessions.
Former Male Stripper Found His Way Back to Jesus Christ
A 58-year-old former stripper, Kevin Kirchen, has experienced a lack of belonging and developed anger towards God and the church since childhood. However, Kirchen started to believe in God again after hearing Him saying, 'don't do it. I love you,' when he was about to kill himself using a gun.
Polish Church Stands Firm in Defense of John Paul II's Sainthood Amidst Controversy Over Abuse Cover-up Allegations
The leader of the Polish Catholic Community aims to defend the late Pope John Paul II for his sainthood as he faces controversy over a cover-up of abuse allegations.
St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church’s Reconstruction Currently Costs $85 Million
The terrorist attack on September 11, 2001, destroyed the old building of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church. As a result, it was constructed for about 21 years. Cost estimates for reconstructing the church kept climbing up to $85 million.
Catholic Diocese of Albany Might Face Bankruptcy Due to Lawsuits Alleging Sexual Abuse
Sexual Abuse allegations in the Catholic Diocese of Albany have increased since Child Victims Act was approved. As a result, they might face bankruptcy due to the compensation they gave to the sexually abused victims of their church members.
Father Louis Maria Solcia of Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church in Little Italy Passed Away at 91
San Diego's Italian community remembers Father Louis Maria Solcia of Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church in Little Italy as a loving, kind, great soul and a true father figure. They are grieving Fathe Louis's death at 91 at the church's residence last Thursday, Mar. 2.
Rev. Dr Matthew Porter of St Michael-le-Belfrey To Be Welcomed As Bishop of Bolton
On Wednesday, Mar. 15, it was announced that Rev. Dr. Matthew Porter of St Michael-le-Belfrey would replace Rt Rev. Mark Ashcroft, who resigned as Bishop of Bolton last month. He will be ordained in June and become the sixth Bishop of Bolton at York Minster.
World Council of Churches Shows Support on 70th Anniversary of Korean War Ceasefire
The 1953 Armistice Agreement, which halted but did not end the Korean War, marks the 70th anniversary this year. The World Council of Churches (WCC) has supported NCCK's National Council of Churches in Korea's efforts to campaign for a peace treaty to replace the armistice agreement as they develop …
United Church of Christ’s Annual Mission, ‘One Great Hour of Sharing’ Aims to Help More Than 25 Million Global Refugees
A donation called "One Great Hour of Sharing" was given on the fourth Sunday of Lent, which fell on March 27 this year. The United Church of Christ's annual mission aims to help around 25 million global refugees and assist the community's needs.
Former Porn Star Testifies to Christ's Saving Grace, Saying He Sold His Soul to the Devil
Know about the former stripper and pornstar who is said to have sold his soul to the devil and has been redeemed by following Jesus. Click the headline to know more.
Activists in North Idaho Combat Christian Nationalism Across Religious and Secular Divides
Know about the current fight against Christian Nationalism wherein Christians believe that this ideology is harmful to the Christian community. Click the headline to learn more.