According to a Federal Court in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Environmentalism is not a religion and is not protected by the First Amendment Religion Clauses Read more

Apparently, I’m a parent. And every 2.56 seconds, one of my children gets bored. They get bored more often than they blink their eyes. So, how do they respond to their boredom? They fidget. I’m talking full-on “power fidgeting”! They drum their fingers. They drum their toes. They flutter their hoodie zipper. These kids can even fidget with their bellybuttons! It drives me nuts. And, every time I ask them to stop, they answer the same way: “Whuut?” “What?… Read more

Jeremy writes in with today’s question: “Dear Pastor John, I have served for the past seven years as a ‘worship leader.’ Something I’ve had trouble reconciling is how worshiping God turned into singing trendy praise songs in a community setting. Does it derive from the Levites and appointed leaders in the Old Testament? I have a hard time finding something relatable in the New Testament. In fact, one of the Scriptures that I find most denotes what worship is comes… Read more

1 Timothy 2 begins: First of all then I urge that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be made for all people, for kings and all who are in high positions, that we may lead a peaceful and quiet life, godly and dignified in every way. (1 Timothy 2:1-2) Hang-on now! prayers and thanksgiving for kings and all who are in high positions?? So, Presidents, Prime Ministers, Dictators, Governors, Chiefs of State, Cabinet Members, Congress…we’re supposed to pray for them and… Read more

I’m Albert Mohler and this is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview. IN ONGOING CONFIRMATION HEARING OF NEIL GORSUCH, OPENING STATEMENTS ILLUSTRATE JUST WHAT’S AT STAKE Yesterday was very interesting in terms of the confirmation hearings of Judge Neil Gorsuch nominated by President Donald Trump to be the next sitting justice of the United States Supreme Court. Yesterday was mostly about formalities, yet the formalities are important. They’re a part of our democratic… Read more

Dr. Stephen Nichols discusses the Martyrdom of Bishop John Hooper who was burned at the stake for faithfully baring witness to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Read more

Breaking the Christian rules with humility, grace and mercy – How to connect with the people around us like Jesus did, not according to our own rules Read more

In this week’s episode of the Simply Joyful Podcast, Kristi Clover offers Encouragement for the weary mom with Chrystal Hurst Read more

The world needs to understand its plight due to Original Sin before it comes to believe in the wonders of God’s mercy, grace and forgiveness Read more

Eric Metaxas discusses TRAPPIST-1, space exploration, and intelligent design in accordance with Christian worldview and our place in the universe Read more

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