The rhetorical question David Wilcox asks aloud before a crowd outside Baltimore, Maryland, is
I consider myself a peacemaker and a patriot. I come from a long line of warriors and military servicemen.
In this sermon, Pastor Efrem discusses the focus in April on Martin Luther King's death and the Easter Season, and proclaims that there is no separation between proclaiming the gospel and advancing
With the National Day of Prayer coming up (May 7), a lot of folks around the country are organizing prayer services in church sanctuaries and town halls.
As we celebrate Easter and Christ's empty tomb, we recognize that Calvary changes everything!
Twenty-seven years ago this month, Brenda and Scott Kniffen, a homemaker and an inventory manager of a diesel shop, were arrested and charged with sexually abusing their two young sons, Brian and B
There are numerous significant theological and biblical meanings behind the Last Supper (Passover Seder) and while the pursuit
Last week, before the budget vote, I talked with several senators on the phone as they were about to cast their vote. The ones I spoke to were friends, and I told them that I was praying for them.
Some might say that this is the worst possible time to have a Mobilization to End Poverty. An elder of a church I served once told me, "You can tell a lot about a person by looking at their checkbook register
I've been asked to comment on churches that are more conservative, predominantly evangelical, and how they are coalescing around poverty reduction.