By Anugrah Kumar, christian Post Contributor | Monday, January 17, 2022 IT Support Technician Michael Hakopian (R) distributes computer devices to students at Hollywood High School on August 13, 2020, in Hollywood, California. With over 734,000 enrolled students, the Los Angeles Unified School District is the largest public school system in California and the 2nd […]

The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing many churches and ministries to rethink how they recruit, train, and maintain the fleet of volunteers they need. Volunteering for religious organizations dropped during the first year of the pandemic, when in-person services were canceled and outreach events were put on hold, and has continued to decline. According to Gallup, […]

By Dennis Lennox, CP Contributor | Sunday, January 16, 2022 The grave of Marquis de Lafayette at Picpus Cemetery in Paris. | Dennis Lennox Largely overlooked in Paris, a city full of landmarks and other sights popular with tourists, is the grave of the Marquis de Lafayette. Not only did Marie Joseph Yves Roches Gilbert […]

How should Christians think about the insurrection at the Capitol one year later? What’s the point of reading those long genealogies in Scripture? Do leaders in ministry have to use social media? On this week’s Q&A episode of The Russell Moore Show, Moore answers these questions and more. Tune in for an episode that speaks […]

Many questions have recently been raised about complementarianism. We are keenly aware of the many stories of pastoral and spousal abuse—some of whom are noted complementarians. Such stories make many people wonder if complementarianism is simply a form of power grab, an attempt to hold onto male authority in order to exercise their selfish will. […]

More Americans are falling deeper into debt as median incomes have dropped amid the rising costs of housing, food, gas, transportation and medical care. According to the 2021 American Household Credit Card Debt Study, NerdWallet found that U.S. households are $15.24 trillion in debt. That is up 6.2 percent from 2020 to 2021. Of the […]

The Biden administration’s controversial vaccine/testing mandate was designed to boost immunizations nationwide, but it may have had the opposite effect by hardening the attitudes of opponents, says the Trump administration’s FDA commissioner. The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday struck down the mandate for large employers, ruling that Congress did not give the Occupational Safety and […]

Houston Northwest Church suffered heavy damage from Hurricane Harvey in 2017. By the time its flooded facilities were finally rebuilt a couple years ago, the congregation was only back at full capacity for six weeks before services were shut down by the pandemic. As the church endured one setback after another, senior pastor Steve Bezner […]

A majority of Americans in a new survey reject the idea that society is better off if marriage and procreation are prioritized. However, white evangelicals – who often hold more traditional views on the issue – think just the opposite. The Pew Research Center survey found that only 34 percent of U.S. adults believe society is […]

An Oklahoma pastor recently shared that a man came to Christ after discovering a Bible he lost 15 years ago. Pastor Paul Daugherty, a pastor at the Tulsa-based megachurch, Victory, shared the story in a post on Facebook titled “Crazy Story.” “Meet Clayton – he found this old Bible at a shelter 10 years ago […]


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