Creation, Sabbath, and Conspiracy Theories

Posted on Feb 08, 2021  |    ()
Do you believe that God created the world in six days? If so, some would say that you’ve been duped by a conspiracy theory.

Pres. Biden, Pope Francis “Could Make a Climate Change Miracle”

Posted on Feb 02, 2021  |    ()
A major international affairs magazine says President Biden and Pope Francis could work together for “a climate change miracle.” What does Bible prophecy say about the United States and the Vatican at the end of the age?

Does This Coach Have a Prayer?

Posted on Jan 25, 2021  |    ()
A case involving prayer at a high school football game is going before federal judges January 25. Is the Supreme Court next? And how does this involve your liberty?

The War over Freedom of Speech

Posted on Jan 18, 2021  |    ()
As the freedom to speak seems to be eroding in America, the notion of truth is equally changing. What can we Christians do about it?

A New Attack on Religious Liberty?

Posted on Jan 12, 2021  |    ()
Media reports indicate the “Do No Harm Act,” to be considered in the new Congress, might “change religious freedom as you know it.” Is this a foretaste of things to come?

Study Says Relationships Key to Youth Outreach

Posted on Jan 04, 2021  |    ()
Many in the church today wonder how to reach—and retain—young members. A new study suggests relationships are key.

New New Year’s Resolutions: The Key to a Better 2021?

Posted on Dec 28, 2020  |    ()
Every January, tens of millions resolve to lose weight, spend less time on their jobs, stick to a budget, and so on. But this year, people are singing a different tune. What’s the key to a successful 2021?

An Astronaut, Darth Vader, and Gigantic Weebles in a Nativity?

Posted on Dec 21, 2020  |    ()
With pieces of 1960-throwback ceramic art, Italy has left visitors to the Vatican’s Nativity display with a variety of impressions—and questions.

The Vatican’s Globalism Push

Posted on Dec 15, 2020  |    ()
Pope Francis takes several major steps in his unique brand of globalization while the world keeps an anxious eye on the United States. Where are these two powerhouses heading?

Death of a Shoe-Man

Posted on Dec 08, 2020  |    ()
Tony Hsieh, co-founder of online footwear store Zappos.com, was worth as much as $840 million. Over the Thanksgiving holiday, the 46-year-old died alone in what appeared to be an accidental house fire. What lessons can we learn from his untimely death?

Supreme Court Saves Worship—for Now

Posted on Dec 01, 2020  |    ()
A middle-of-the-night ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court trashed restrictions on worship services in New York State. What does this bode for the future of religious liberty?

Brought Back from the Dead?

Posted on Nov 23, 2020  |    ()
A story about a Washington state man who doctors say “came back from the dead” after his heart stopped has gone viral. What lessons can we learn?

Christianity, World’s Most Persecuted Faith

Posted on Nov 17, 2020  |    ()
Reports show that restrictions on religion by the government are at a record high—and that Christianity is the most persecuted faith in the world. Is this a preview of things to come?

Archaeological Find Verifies Bible Text

Posted on Nov 10, 2020  |    ()
A new discovery in Israel backs up claims in the Book of Judges that the ancient Israelites contended with the Canaanites for parts of the land promised to Moses.

The Man Who Debunked the Supernatural

Posted on Nov 03, 2020  |    ()
The Amazing Randi was an escape artist who later disproved many spiritual and paranormal claims. But did he miss the greatest truths of all?

Pope Offers Support for Civil Unions

Posted on Oct 27, 2020  |    ()
In a new documentary, Pope Francis has generated controversy by expressing support for civil unions for same-sex couples? What should Christians think?

The Pope Pans Private Property

Posted on Oct 20, 2020  |    ()
In a new teaching, Pope Francis argues, “The right to private property can only be considered a secondary natural right.” Many believers might be surprised to learn this. What does the Bible say?

Going Nowhere Fast

Posted on Oct 12, 2020  |    ()
Now trending in the travel sector, “flights to nowhere” are being snapped up by stir-crazy flyers as the pandemic labors on. How does this compare to God’s plans for us?

Jefferson’s Bible Cuts Out Jesus’ Miracles

Posted on Oct 05, 2020  |    ()
A new book traces the history of Thomas Jefferson’s highly edited account of Jesus’ life. Are Christians today similarly treating the gospel like a buffet?

England to Host “Eternal Wall of Answered Prayer”

Posted on Sep 29, 2020  |    ()
A 167-foot-tall monument to answered prayer is soon to rise in England. What story will the anticipated one million “prayer bricks” tell?

Pentagon Supports Religious Expression, Opponents Fume

Posted on Sep 22, 2020  |    ()
Responding to legislative protests, the Pentagon has moved to guarantee religious rights for servicemembers. Some opponents are upset.

Apocalypse Now?

Posted on Sep 14, 2020  |    ()
Record-breaking fires across the Pacific Northwest, especially California, spell disaster for thousands of residents. Does this have anything to do with the end times?

Researcher: One-Fifth of Churches to Succumb to COVID-19

Posted on Sep 09, 2020  |    ()
Barna president David Kinnaman said as many as one in five American churches could close due to the COVID-19 pandemic. What does this mean for the larger Christian church?

Who Do Americans Say Jesus Is?

Posted on Sep 01, 2020  |    ()
One of the most vital questions asked in the Bible is found in Matthew 16:15, when Jesus asks the twelve, “Who do you say that I am?” A new survey reveals Americans’ answers to that same question—and the responses might surprise you!

Has the World Given Up on God?

Posted on Aug 25, 2020  |    ()
A respected magazine has published an article asserting secularism is on the rise while religious adherence is waning. Are its claims true—and if so, what does it mean in these last days?

Through California Fires, God’s Promise Stands

Posted on Aug 20, 2020  |    ()
A new outbreak of wildfires in Northern California threatens thousands of homes and the people who live in them. Through the tumult, we can take comfort in God’s promises.

Church-State Battle Over Worship Continues

Posted on Aug 18, 2020  |    ()
The ongoing dispute between a Protestant church in a remote part of Los Angeles County and local officials now sees the church holding indoor, in-person worship in defiance of a court order. What’s next, and what does this mean for the future?

Many Americans Believe Salvation Can Be Earned—But Can It?

Posted on Aug 11, 2020  |    ()
“What must I do to be saved?” is an age-old question. But a new survey says that a near-majority of Americans believe that being a good person can be your ticket to heaven. Is that true?

The Battle Between Church & State

Posted on Aug 06, 2020  |    ()
There appears to be a divide in evangelical Christianity over how churches should worship: packed in as normal or socially distant. What’s God got to do with it?

Big Tech Goes to Washington

Posted on Aug 03, 2020  |    ()
The CEOs of Amazon, Google, Facebook, and Apple appeared virtually before a House Judiciary Subcommittee on claims of antitrust violations. How does this affect you—and your eternal life?