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Churches Serve as Shelter and Support for Hurricane Eta Victims in Central America

HONDURAS — After the passing of the destructive Hurricane Eta over Honduras and Nicaragua, churches and ministries open their doors to shelter those affected. The temples also serve as a center for the gathering and distribution of food and other essential resources. Hurricane Eta has left devastation on its path through Central America. Honduras and… Continue reading Churches Serve as Shelter and Support for Hurricane Eta Victims in Central America

‘Bless Your Pastor’ Aims to Show Love to America’s Church Leaders

WASHINGTON — With nine out of every 10 pastors in America under “financial pressure,” and six out of 10 churches facing giving declines during the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) today launched its second annual Bless Your Pastor campaign (BlessYourPastor.org). Last year, thousands of churches received free grant-funded materials to help them… Continue reading ‘Bless Your Pastor’ Aims to Show Love to America’s Church Leaders

Churches Confront ‘Raw Trauma’ in Shadow of ‘Forgotten’ War

HEALING RAW TRAUMA OF 'FORGOTTEN' WAR: Michael Johnson, president of Illinois-based Slavic Gospel Association (SGA, www.sga.org), talks with people still suffering raw trauma in the aftermath of the "forgotten" war in the former Soviet nations of Armenia and Azerbaijan. Partnering with local churches, SGA brings aid and comfort.

LOVES PARK, Ill – Churches in the first-ever country to adopt Christianity as its national religion are confronting “the rawest imaginable trauma” in the wake of a “forgotten” war. With the news dominated by Afghanistan — and the recent focus on the 20th anniversary of 9/11 in the U.S. — the victims of the lesser-known… Continue reading Churches Confront ‘Raw Trauma’ in Shadow of ‘Forgotten’ War

Movement Offers Older Americans ‘Digital Gateway’ to Retirement ‘With Purpose’

AMERICA'S OLDIES 'GO DIGITAL' TO FIND PURPOSE IN RETIREMENT: The Retirement Reformation (www.retirementreformation.org) -- a movement that aims to shake up America's "sleepy" retirement culture -- is launching a new digital push to help retirees find "real purpose" -- marking the International Day of Older Persons, Oct. 1.

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO — A movement to shake up America’s “sleepy” retirement culture is launching a new digital push to help retirees find “real purpose” — marking the International Day of Older Persons, Oct. 1. This year, the United Nations’ annual special day for older people spotlights the “digital gap” between young and old —… Continue reading Movement Offers Older Americans ‘Digital Gateway’ to Retirement ‘With Purpose’

2021 CRC Worldview Survey Release #5: Unbiblical Ideas Embraced by Americans

GLENDALE, AZ – The Cultural Research Center (CRC) at Arizona Christian University has released the fifth in its series of reports examining Americans relative to our current Biblical worldviews. The report begins with what may be the boldest opening line of any of the releases so far. The American public flaunts its free will in… Continue reading 2021 CRC Worldview Survey Release #5: Unbiblical Ideas Embraced by Americans

Evangelist Andrew Palau Joins 50 Churches for Greater Hermiston CityFest on August 28

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HERMISTON, OR – Thousands are expected to gather for the Luis Palau Association’s upcoming Greater Hermiston CityFest, Oregon on Saturday, August 28. The free, family-fun festival is focused on serving Umatilla and Morrow Counties and sharing a clear message of hope with the entire region. For months, individuals and organizations in Umatilla and Morrow Counties… Continue reading Evangelist Andrew Palau Joins 50 Churches for Greater Hermiston CityFest on August 28

U.S. Olympic Softballers’ Church on the Dirt

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TOKYO – By the time you read this, you may already know that the US Olympic Softball Team has won the silver medal in the 2021 Olympic Games. What you may not know is that the U.S. women’s team features several young Christian women who are strong, outspoken followers of Christ. Living in a way… Continue reading U.S. Olympic Softballers’ Church on the Dirt

Gateway Church Purchases 10,000 Tickets for Promise Keepers 2021 Men’s Conference at AT&T Stadium July 16 and 17

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO — On July 16 and 17 Promise Keepers will host the first major post-Covid event for Christian men at AT&T stadium. Men are joining together to strengthen their souls, build a powerful brotherhood, and gain the tools that will empower them to be the men Christ intended them to be. The event… Continue reading Gateway Church Purchases 10,000 Tickets for Promise Keepers 2021 Men’s Conference at AT&T Stadium July 16 and 17

Os Guinness, Discusses His Take on The Future of American Society

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO — Ken Harrison is joined by Os Guinness on the latest episode of “On the Edge with Ken Harrison.” Together they discuss Os’ unique childhood, today’s relationship between Church and state, and the need for American Christians to remain steadfast in an ever-growing secular society. Highlights of Guinness’ interview in the podcast… Continue reading Os Guinness, Discusses His Take on The Future of American Society

2021 CRC Worldview Survey Release #2: Counterfeit Christianity in America

GLENDALE, AZ – The Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University has released the second of its Worldview Inventory Survey reports for 2021. “Release #02: Introducing America’s Most Popular Worldview – Moralistic Therapeutic Deism.” Keep in mind that the first CRC report for 2021 revealed that an overwhelming 94% of Americans reject a Biblical worldview.… Continue reading 2021 CRC Worldview Survey Release #2: Counterfeit Christianity in America

2021 CRC Worldview Survey: America Is Sinking in Syncretism

GLENDALE, AZ – The Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University has released the first of its Worldview Inventory Survey reports for 2021. “Release #01: America’s Dominant Worldview.” The most startling revelation from the report is that “only 6% of American adults possess a Biblical worldview.” It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to calculate that… Continue reading 2021 CRC Worldview Survey: America Is Sinking in Syncretism

America’s Prayer Meeting — April 12-13, 2021

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KANNAPOLIS, NC — More than a hundred-thousand people joined America’s Prayer Meeting I, a national, virtual prayer event Livestreamed across the nation. Participating guests included prayer leaders from across a spectrum of the nation and its churches – Dr. Dave Butts, chair of the National Prayer Committee; Judge Vance Day of Promise Keepers; Kay Horner,… Continue reading America’s Prayer Meeting — April 12-13, 2021

All in for America’s Kids

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WASHINGTON — In honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month, CityServe, along with churches around the nation will be observing a National Day of Prayer, referred to as Blue Sunday, this April 25th. This day reminds faith communities to intercede in prayer for abused and neglected children and to open their doors to provide good homes… Continue reading All in for America’s Kids

America’s Prayer Meeting — March 15-16, 2021

KANNAPOLIS, NC — Dr. Tim Hill announced that the Church of God will host America’s Prayer Meeting, a virtual national prayer meeting being promoted by the National Prayer Committee, the sponsoring group for the National Day of Prayer. The event will be broadcast from the Church of God production studios. Dr. Dave Butts, chair of… Continue reading America’s Prayer Meeting — March 15-16, 2021

Ministry to the Poor: A Look at What God Can Do When the Church Says ​”Yes”

IMPERIAL VALLEY, CA — Each week, in a region close to the Californian/ Mexican border, Lupita Bawarski helps lead a CityServe ministry in the Imperial Valley of California. When talking with her, she will humbly tell you stories of lives being transformed by the love and hope of Jesus through her work and others. She… Continue reading Ministry to the Poor: A Look at What God Can Do When the Church Says ​”Yes”

U.S. Christians Urged ‘Be Vigilant’ as Church Closures Hit Algeria

SHUTTERED CHURCHES: As America's churches face tough new COVID-19 restrictions on worship and gatherings, churches in Algeria have been totally closed down amid fears they might never be allowed to re-open. Thousands are turning to satellite television and online services for spiritual support, says Christian broadcaster SAT-7 (www.sat7usa.org)

EASTON, MD — As America’s churches face tough new COVID-19 restrictions on worship and gatherings, churches in one North African country have been totally closed down amid fears they might never be allowed to re-open. “What is happening to churches in Algeria is alarming and should alert us in America to be vigilant about our… Continue reading U.S. Christians Urged ‘Be Vigilant’ as Church Closures Hit Algeria

Webinar Offers ‘Critical’ Advice to Churches Facing Religious Freedom Issues

WEBINAR TARGETS CHURCHES FACING RELIGIOUS FREEDOM ISSUES: Boys adventure movement Trail Life USA (www.TrailLifeUSA.com) will host a free webinar to help churches address liabilities they may face in the wake of Boy Scouts of America's Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing earlier this year, and challenges to religious freedoms that cloud the horizon. Church leaders can register at www.TrailLifeUSA.com/ReligiousFreedom.

GREENVILLE, SC — The Alliance Defending Freedom, Focus on the Family, and the Evangelical Council for Abuse Prevention will participate in an upcoming webinar Dec. 9 hosted by boys adventure movement Trail Life USA (www.TrailLifeUSA.com) to help churches address liabilities they may face in the wake of Boy Scouts of America’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing… Continue reading Webinar Offers ‘Critical’ Advice to Churches Facing Religious Freedom Issues

SAM Is Heading to the Heart of South America

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FORT MILL, SC – You could say that Joseph and Mabel Davis gave birth to SAM (South America Missions). The couple embarked on their first mission trip to South America in 1914, one month after the beginning of World War I. The outbreak of the war did not prevent their planned departure to Argentina, but… Continue reading SAM Is Heading to the Heart of South America

Church Needs ‘Love, Not War’ Say Francis Chan, K.P. Yohannan, Hank Hanegraaff

LOVE, NOT WAR: Well-known author and pastor Francis Chan, Gospel for Asia founder and Never Give Up author K.P. Yohannan, and radio show host Hank Hanegraaff -- known as the "Bible Answer Man" -- are featured in a new roundtable video discussion, Why Is There So Much Division in the Body of Christ?: And What Can We Do About It?.

WILLS POINT, TX — Three widely known and influential Christian leaders in the western church are calling for an end to bickering and bitter conflict among believers in Jesus — warning that it’s tearing apart the “family of God.” Francis Chan, best-selling author and former California megachurch pastor, cited a surge in blogs attacking fellow… Continue reading Church Needs ‘Love, Not War’ Say Francis Chan, K.P. Yohannan, Hank Hanegraaff

Global Media Outreach Launches ‘Something Better,’ Hope for America Delivered Digitally

PLANO, TX — Global Media Outreach – the world’s leader in online evangelism – is forming a strategic alliance with Journeys with the Messiah to turn attention to the U.S., by creating Something Better, an innovative digital campaign reaching more than 150 million Americans with the Gospel message. “2020 has dealt one devastating blow after… Continue reading Global Media Outreach Launches ‘Something Better,’ Hope for America Delivered Digitally

From Lockdown to Locker Room: Best-Selling Author Josh McDowell Calls Church to Address ‘Natural Climate of Challenges’ Facing Gen Z

PLANO, TX — As the COVID-19 pandemic shows signs of slowing down and then accelerating again—like a perilous roller coaster ride–an apologist, who has worked with and researched young people in the church for nearly 55 years, is sounding the alarm about the impact of lockdown isolation on Generation Z—especially as they go back to… Continue reading From Lockdown to Locker Room: Best-Selling Author Josh McDowell Calls Church to Address ‘Natural Climate of Challenges’ Facing Gen Z

Survey from Ligonier Ministries Reveals What Americans Know (or Don’t) About the Christian Faith

ORLANDO, FL — Ligonier Ministries’ biennial State of Theology survey provides insights on how Americans view a wide range of Christian beliefs. This comprehensive report provides key findings on beliefs about God, truth, the Bible, worship, and ethical issues. Conducted with LifeWay Research, this survey polled a nationally representative sample of U.S. adults. The full… Continue reading Survey from Ligonier Ministries Reveals What Americans Know (or Don’t) About the Christian Faith

Survey Reveals Turnaround in Church Giving

STUNNING TURNAROUND IN CHURCH GIVING: A new survey of churches across America reveals a turnaround for church financial health — halting a downward trend in offerings caused by COVID-19. The findings are welcome news for America's churches as the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) launches the second annual Bless Your Pastor (BlessYourPastor.org) campaign.

WASHINGTON — A new survey of churches across America reveals a turnaround for church financial health — halting a downward trend in church giving caused by COVID-19. The findings are welcome news for churches as the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) launches the second annual Bless Your Pastor (BlessYourPastor.org) campaign to equip churches for October… Continue reading Survey Reveals Turnaround in Church Giving

In New Roundtable Video High-Profile Leaders Confront the Western Church

LEADERS CALL FOR CHURCH HUMILITY, UNITY: Three of America’s high-profile influential church leaders are urging Christians to shun divisiveness and work towards greater unity and humility in the church. The trio -- author and pastor Francis Chan, Gospel for Asia founder Dr. K.P. Yohannan, and radio show host Hank Hanegraaff, known as the “Bible Answer Man” -- are featured in a new roundtable video discussion, The Key to Christian Unity Unlocked.

WILLS POINT, TX —  Gospel for Asia (GFA World and affiliates like Gospel for Asia Canada) founded by Dr. K.P. Yohannan – Francis Chan, Dr. K.P. Yohannan, and Hank Hanegraaff, are featured in a new video discussion, titled The Keys to Christian Unity Unlocked. Three of America’s high-profile influential church leaders are urging Christians to shun… Continue reading In New Roundtable Video High-Profile Leaders Confront the Western Church

New Survey Reveals Turnaround in Church Giving

STUNNING TURNAROUND IN CHURCH GIVING: A new survey of churches across America reveals a turnaround for church financial health — halting a downward trend in offerings caused by COVID-19. The findings are welcome news for America's churches as the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) launches the second annual Bless Your Pastor (BlessYourPastor.org) campaign.

WASHINGTON — A new survey of churches across America reveals a turnaround for church financial health — halting a downward trend in church giving caused by COVID-19. The findings are welcome news for churches as the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) launches the second annual Bless Your Pastor (BlessYourPastor.org) campaign to equip churches for October… Continue reading New Survey Reveals Turnaround in Church Giving

No Protests, No Speeches … Just Prayer for America | One News Now

WASHINGTON, DC — Evangelist Franklin Graham says for believers, the most important weapon is prayer – and that’s what he and thousands of his brother and sisters in Christ were doing in America’s capital today: praying … for America. The focus of Prayer March 2020 from the Lincoln Memorial to the U.S. Capitol – a… Continue reading No Protests, No Speeches … Just Prayer for America | One News Now

Ex-Abuser to Churches: ‘You Can Help Stop Domestic Violence Epidemic’

CHURCHES WAGE WAR ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: Michael Clark -- a former domestic abuser jailed twice for domestic violence -- is calling on churches to tackle America's domestic violence epidemic head-on during October, which is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Clark is founder of the Ananias Foundation (www.ananiasfoundation.org), a faith-based organization that takes a different approach to stopping partner-to-partner violence.

WEST DES MOINES, IA — A former domestic abuser turned non-profit leader has launched a new national campaign challenging churches across America to help “halt the epidemic of domestic violence.” Michael Clark — an ex-abuser jailed twice for domestic violence — is calling on America’s churches to tackle the nation’s domestic abuse crisis head-on during… Continue reading Ex-Abuser to Churches: ‘You Can Help Stop Domestic Violence Epidemic’

America’s Spiritual Weakening Revealed

SANFORD, FL – Americans are becoming theologically and spiritually weaker. It is more and more obvious as we read and watch the daily news, and as researchers publish survey results that measure our changing perspectives on all things moral and Biblical. Ligonier Ministries and Lifeway Research collaborate every two years to monitor “The State of… Continue reading America’s Spiritual Weakening Revealed

How Churches Are Filling the Gaps in the “Last Mile of Need”

Church members from Canyon Hills Assembly of God deliver food boxes to apartments across the street from the church

BAKERSFIELD, CA — While each step of the supply chain is important, there is none more pressing than delivering through the “Last Mile of Need.” Local churches are innovatively taking the torch where others fall short and feeding the most food-insecure families. Due to the many challenges of the pandemic we know the health and… Continue reading How Churches Are Filling the Gaps in the “Last Mile of Need”

Most Americans Pray But Disagree about How Prayer Works

SCOTTSDALE, AZ — Since the advent of the Coronavirus crisis millions of Americans have addressed the fears and challenges raised by COVID-19 through prayer. As part of a new two-dimensional national survey of U.S. adults commissioned by The Presidential Prayer Team, a non-partisan, non-profit organization, profiles the prayer life of Americans. The survey of the… Continue reading Most Americans Pray But Disagree about How Prayer Works

Sanctity of Life Endangered in America Says AWVI 2020

PHOENIX, AZ – The Cultural Research Center (CRC) at Arizona Christian University released the seventh in a series of insights from its American Worldview Inventory 2020 on June 23. This portion of the AWVI 2020 dealt with the American perspective on the sanctity of life, i.e., “Is life sacred?” The questions posed in this portion… Continue reading Sanctity of Life Endangered in America Says AWVI 2020

Over $153k Raised for Churches Impacted by COVID-19 During Benefit Event

Simulcast COVID-19 event drew 258,000 viewers Over $150,000 was raised to help churches struggling financially during the COVID-19 pandemic during a charity event simulcast Friday, The event was co-sponsored by Right Now Media that featured Christian leaders, celebrities, and athletes. The Churches Helping Churches Challenge announced Monday that its May 15 benefit simulcast drew over… Continue reading Over $153k Raised for Churches Impacted by COVID-19 During Benefit Event

When Was the First Bible Printed in America?

ROXBURY, MA – Thousands of Bibles have been printed in America, but you probably know little about the very first Bible printed here? Read on and be amazed. The Bible Is a Missionary’s Main Tool This fact should not be a surprise. The Bible says that “Faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the Word… Continue reading When Was the First Bible Printed in America?

Prayers for Hope, Healing, & Heroes at America’s Hospitals

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CONWAY, SC – Hospitals around America are literally being surrounded by Christians praying for the heroic medical staffs, for the healing of patients, and for both groups to find strength and hope in Jesus. On Friday evening, April 3, just one block away from this writer’s home, cars encircled the Conway Medical Center (CMC) as… Continue reading Prayers for Hope, Healing, & Heroes at America’s Hospitals

CDF Capital Offers Over $5.25 Million in Relief to 150+ Churches

IRVINE, CA — On Tuesday, March 31, CDF Capital will offer in excess of $5.25 million in relief to more than 150 churches across the United States. With over $550 million in loans, every network church with a loan in good standing is eligible to receive payment deferrals in the form of six months interest-only… Continue reading CDF Capital Offers Over $5.25 Million in Relief to 150+ Churches

Biblical Worldview in Decline Among Christians in America

GLENDALE, AZ – A disturbing report from the nascent Cultural Research Center (CRC) at Arizona Christian University reveals a marked decline among Christians in America who hold to a biblical worldview. Description of the Study The American Worldview Inventory is the initial annual survey conducted by the CRC under the guidance of renowned researcher Dr.… Continue reading Biblical Worldview in Decline Among Christians in America

Churches, Ministries Plot Path Forward Amid ‘Coronavirus Shock’

CHARLOTTE, NC – Churches, international and national ministries, Christian schools, rescue missions and a host of grassroots organizations are coping with “coronavirus shock” as they face unprecedented challenges amid the COVID-19 pandemic. “Churches, Christian missions and ministries everywhere have suffered a significant jolt and are urgently trying to figure out the best path forward,” says… Continue reading Churches, Ministries Plot Path Forward Amid ‘Coronavirus Shock’

Trail Life USA – Boy Scouts of America Faith-Based Alternative – Saddened by BSA Bankruptcy News; Outlines Youth Protection Policies in Place

GREENVILLE — The following statement is provided by Mark Hancock (pictured below) — CEO, Trail Life USA: “We are deeply saddened that the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), a long-standing American institution, is in this unfortunate situation. “Trail Life USA (www.TrailLifeUSA.org), a Christian boys’ mentoring and discipleship movement, wants to reinforce its commitment to providing… Continue reading Trail Life USA – Boy Scouts of America Faith-Based Alternative – Saddened by BSA Bankruptcy News; Outlines Youth Protection Policies in Place

America Mobilizes for a Massive Evangelistic Outreach

ORLANDO, FL — Over 60 key leaders from different ministries met in late January over two days in Orlando, FL to network and pray for a massive evangelistic outreach effort in America, Global Outreach Day’s GO 2020 in May. Dave Gibson, director of GO 2020 America, organized the gathering bringing together a diverse group of… Continue reading America Mobilizes for a Massive Evangelistic Outreach

What’s Worrying Pastors Most? Barna Group to Release “State of the Church 2020”

VENTURA, CA – George Barna may be one of the most often quoted laypersons by pastors and Christian educators. His creation of the Barna Group in 1984 has grown to be recognized as the leading social research entity in the fields of faith and religion in America.This April 28, the Barna Group will release its… Continue reading What’s Worrying Pastors Most? Barna Group to Release “State of the Church 2020”

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20 Reasons The Salvation Army Serves America

ALEXANDRIA, VA – What images come to mind when you think about The Salvation Army? A bell-ringer and a red kettle at Christmas? Thrift stores? Sadly, that is about the extent of what people generally know about this evangelistic Christian church/charity founded in 1865 by William and Catherin Booth. The Booths left the traditional pulpit… Continue reading 20 Reasons The Salvation Army Serves America

International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church – November 3, 2019

NEW YORK,  NY – Christians around the world are invited and encouraged to engage in prayer and supplications on behalf of our brothers and sisters in Christ who are being persecuted for their faith. Sunday, November 3, has been set aside as the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. We should not be… Continue reading International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church – November 3, 2019

NHCLC Partners with Leading Churches to Advocate for Life, Religious Liberty and Biblical Justice

SACRAMENTO, CA — The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC) is launching a series of nationwide campaigns to protect the sanctity of human life, defend religious liberty and advocate for biblical justice. The campaigns, drawn from the NHCLC’s life, religious liberty and biblical justice directives, are a collaborative effort with some of the most influential… Continue reading NHCLC Partners with Leading Churches to Advocate for Life, Religious Liberty and Biblical Justice

Evangelist Andrew Palau Joins 405 Churches in East Texas CityFest- More Than 37,000 People Turn Out

TYLER, TX — After years of preparation and prayer, thousands of followers of Jesus and hundreds of churches throughout East Texas came together for CityFest East Texas with Andrew Palau, culminating in a free, 2-day, evangelistic festival at The Square in downtown Tyler on October 5 and 6. Hosted by 405 churches, businesses, and nonprofits,… Continue reading Evangelist Andrew Palau Joins 405 Churches in East Texas CityFest- More Than 37,000 People Turn Out

Care Net’s Annual National Conference Equips Pregnancy Centers and Churches to Carry Out a ‘Pro Abundant Life’ Vision

“Planning for God’s Abundance” Theme Encourages Attendees to Focus on the Kingdom Impact of their Life-Saving and Family-Building WorkNASHVILLE – Care Net, a nonprofit ministry that supports one of the nation’s largest network of pregnancy centers, kicked off its 36th annual conference last Sept 4 at the Union Station Hotel. The conference is the nation’s… Continue reading Care Net’s Annual National Conference Equips Pregnancy Centers and Churches to Carry Out a ‘Pro Abundant Life’ Vision

48,000 Mosques. No Churches.

KABUL – That is one way to describe Afghanistan: 48,000 mosques; no churches. Our mental picture of Afghanistan is a country torn by Taliban tribal warfare and a haven of ISIS. That vision includes thousands of U.S. troops in-country and many more whose return to “normal life” has been hindered by afflictions that range from… Continue reading 48,000 Mosques. No Churches.

What Americans Think About the Bible in 2019

PHILADELPHIA – The American Bible Society recently released its report on the State of the Bible 2019. The report is published annually based on research conducted by the Barna Group. The annual report “examines behaviors and beliefs related to the Bible among American adults.” An overview of the report divides Americans into five (5) distinct… Continue reading What Americans Think About the Bible in 2019

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Here’s the Church & Here’s the Steeple, Open the Door & Where Are the People?

WASHINGTON, DC – A recently-released Gallup Poll has revealed what most of us have already assumed. Church attendance in America has been declining. It’s something that we can individually perceive, but it takes an organization like Gallup to quantify. The report combines the results of surveys taken over multiple years as far back as 1938… Continue reading Here’s the Church & Here’s the Steeple, Open the Door & Where Are the People?

More Than 2,200 Churches Unite to Host Love Cote d’Ivoire Festival with Andrew Palau in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire

ABIDJAN, COTE D’IVOIRE, Feb. 22, 2019 — More than 50,000 people in West Africa gathered this past weekend (Feb. 15-17, 2019) in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire for a 3-day evangelistic festival with evangelist Andrew Palau. Led by the Luis Palau Association, the week-long campaign was the culmination of more than three years of work in Cote d’Ivoire,… Continue reading More Than 2,200 Churches Unite to Host Love Cote d’Ivoire Festival with Andrew Palau in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire