In Belgrade, Serbia, European Pastors’ Council opens with a challenge to step up.
For the first time in more than 30 years, the high court is likely to accept a Sabbath case.
Even a Little Alcohol Is Harmful to Your Health, Major Study Reveals
Have you ever been in a situation where you had to ask Jesus to leave the room?
It is reassuring to see how often interpretation of data is consistent with God’s Word.
Science does not always tell us the whole story.
The Kassel event could be a catalyst for last-day mission
The more positively you think about your marriage, the quicker you will feel better about your husband and your life together.
We need to put our faith only and consistently in God, not in human beings.
Going digital may be the best way of doing our part in fulfilling the Great Commission.
Does the Bible have something to say about the way we relate to our planet?
What Anthony Bourdain’s death taught me about food, pleasure, and life’s meaning.
For Christianity to survive, it needs ‘extremophile’ disciples.
The soccer World Cup and the great controversy — are there any similarities?
Our society has revived the Roman colosseum