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Mr. T Tells Fans God Is the Antidote to Hate

Actor and Wrestler Mr. T recently took to Twitter to remind his fans that God is the antidote to hate. more

Trump, in Final Proclamation, Urges Americans to Fight for the Unborn: They're 'Made in the Holy Image of God'

As his presidential term come to an end, President Donald Trump issued one last proclamation and deemed January 22 National Sanctity of Life Day. more

Idaho Court Drops Charges Against Deacon Arrested for Singing Hymns Outdoors without a Mask

An Idaho District Court has dropped the charges against a local deacon who was arrested late last year for not wearing a mask while singing outdoors with other people. more

Stanford Prof Tells CNN: Companies Should Boot Conservative Media Off Platforms

On Sunday, a Stanford professor lamented the level of “disinformation” within right-wing media and suggested large companies like YouTube and Facebook should kick them off their platforms. more

88 Percent of 117th Congress Is Christian, Pew Research Finds

According to a new Pew Research Center survey, 88 percent of the members in the 117th U.S. Congress are Christians. more

Lindsey Graham Asks Chuck Schumer to Call for Vote to Dismiss Impeachment Trial of Trump

Senator Lindsey Graham is urging Senator Chuck Schumer to call a vote to dismiss the impeachment trial of President Trump. more

Joe Biden Will Be President but 'Jesus Christ Is in Control,' Says Pastor Robert Jeffress

During his sermon this week, Pastor Robert Jeffress, who has long been a vocal Trump supporter, encouraged Christians to pray for the Biden Administration even if they disagree with their politics. more

Churches celebrate good news from LMCO receipts

Churches are celebrating record-breaking Lottie Moon Christmas Offering® goals and reporting higher than expected giving to the annual offering for international missions. This good news comes … more

Learning Logos: New to Logos? Start with the Factbook!

If you’re new to Logos Bible Software, you may be wondering where to start your Bible study. With all of the possibilities, should you start with the Home Page? A Guide?  A Workflow? I suggest … more

A Complaint-Free World

Habitual complaining is a way of rehearsing our grievances without making any attempt to resolve them. more

750 reportedly dead after attack on Ethiopia church

A Belgium-based peacebuilding non-profit is reporting 750 people killed in an attack on Ethiopia church. more

What the Pope’s new letter about lectors and acolytes means for you...

In 1972, Pope St. Paul VI issued the motu proprio Ministeriam Quaedam, reforming the steps governing advancement to the priesthood. Back then, there were “four minor and three major” orders: … more

The future of humanity passes by way of the family — not by Parler, Twitter or Facebook...

“It was a bright, cold day in January, and the clocks were striking thirteen,” to borrow a line from 1984. After spending a glorious weekend offline, I checked in Monday morning to an Orwellian … more

5 more hard truths we’ve come to see with 2020 vision...

In the first part of this reflection we reviewed the painful year of 2020, focusing on the social and political ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic. This installment examines the Church’s … more

MLK’s “vision of harmony, equality for all” remains timely, says Pope...

With “social injustice, division and conflict” threatening the common good, people need to rediscover and recommit to the vision of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. to work nonviolently for … more

Annual March For Life Goes Virtual amid COVID-19, Unrest at US Capitol

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic and civil unrest, the annual March For Life has been moved online. more

Martin Luther King Jr. Faith Events Continue in Time of COVID-19 and Capitol Chaos

 Commemorations of the life of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. look different this year, with few in-person opportunities to preach, pray and volunteer in person amid the coronavirus pandemic. But … more

4 tried and tested ways to slow down and reflect

Perhaps it is only when a virus slows the world down that we are able to come off the merry-go-round and take time to reflect? more

Archbishop of Canterbury vaccinated against Covid-19

The Archbishop of Canterbury has received the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine at a hospital in London. more

Dynamic Digital Evangelism in a Pandemic

For Pastor Mark Hoover of New Spring Church in Wichita, Kansas, the challenges of going digital with worship and ministry due to the pandemic has actually triggered record numbers of people … more
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