Across the United States, many churches are fading, some churches are closing, and a handful of churches are surging with explosive growth. What makes the difference?
A “young, restless and reformed” megachurch pastor who once sparked controversy with comments criticizing the “sinner’s prayer” says he doesn’t think the Bible necessarily prohibits women from serving as deacons.
Rather than discouraging missionary activity, predestination “is the warrant and the ground of our hope that our evangelization is not in vain in the Lord,” say planners of an upcoming student mission conference in Louisville, Ky.
Is the new head of Southern Baptists’ Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission anti-birth control?
A recent report asserting that “most” Southern Baptists believe that infants who die before they are capable of moral action go to heaven prompted one Baptist newspaper editor to wonder which Southern Baptists believe otherwise.
Faith includes disbelieving what is not of God.
A Presbyterian hymnal’s omission of “In Christ Alone” is generating debate among Baptists about the meaning of the atonement.
Calvinist bloggers are making a big deal out of a song removed from a new Presbyterian hymnal because of a reference to the atonement.
Justin Bieber’s 40 million followers on Twitter are more easily explained than this guy’s adoring fans.
A May 23 statement of support for C.J. Mahaney by Mark Dever, Al Mohler and Ligon Duncan, is no longer found on the Together for the Gospel website. In its place is an announcement by Mahaney that he is withdrawing from the 2014 conference.