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How Perry Noble's Alcohol Firing by NewSpring Compares to Other Churches
Stats suggest a substantial number of pastors struggle with addiction, but are split on what to do about it.
alcohol, with adults who attend church once a week or more less likely to drink at all (38%) than those who attend once or twice a month (53%), only on religious holidays (55%), or
Patriotic Worship is Coming to a Church Near You
Pastors and churches mix patriotism and worship around July 4th.
the intent. However, as a pastor at churches I serve, we have not made a major practice of emphasizing patriotic holidays during worship services. We
Christianity and Islam: Evangelicals and Americans Are Not on the Same Page About the "Same God"
A lot of debate has swirled around the similarity (or dissimilarity) of Christianity and Islam lately. What do people think?
Those attending at least about once a week (29%) are less likely to select than those attending only on religious holidays (51%) or rarely or never attending (39%);
In God We Trust
Do we really think about what "God" Americans trust?
From the Pledge of Allegiance claim that we are one nation under God, to Christian-related federal holidays, to the swearing in of Presidents with a hand upon the Bible, to the packed
Does Halloween Scare Off Americans? New Data from LifeWay Research
How do you view the holiday? Share your thoughts in the comments.
The holiday is one of the more controversial of the most popular American holidays because of it's relationship with witchcraft, paganism, and other "dark" elements.
Have Yourself a Merry Little Friendsmas
The holidays can be hard. Don’t spend them alone.
Have Yourself a Merry Little Friendsmas. Dec 14 2015. The holidays can be hard. Don't spend them alone. But life is not a Hallmark movie, and sometimes the holidays hurt.
God Rivals the Gym Among New Year's Resolutions
LifeWay Research shows Americans also want to use their time better and improve relationships with family and friends.
“They have time at the holidays to think, and they realize what they didn't do last year — things they value but are not living out. So they start the year with an aspiration to change.”.
Ukraine Debates Celebrating Christmas Twice over Crimea
A global roundup of the politics of Christmas in 2015.
reported Morning Star News. The holidays were cancelled at the last minute in 2014 as well, then reinstated in January 2015. The small Southeast Asian
When We Love Outrage More Than People: Starbucks Cups and You
It's not Starbucks' job to share the love of Jesus. It's your job.
That's their choice. They're a business that exists to serve all customers without preference, regardless of what winter holidays they do or do not celebrate.
A Christmas Guide To Family Worship
This Christmas season, how might we lead our families to remember Jesus?
Many Christmas carols contain rich expressions of the biblical themes you'll be highlighting throughout the holidays, and they have the added benefit of being familiar and easy to sing.
How a Man of the Coasts and Cities Found Christ
My story of ditching hypocritical religion and secular hedonism for the joys of true discipleship.
Their motivations were racial loyalty and religious guilt, not bringing us closer to the divine. Despite our dutiful celebration of Jewish holidays, God had no living presence in our family.
Ben-Hur
A new twist on the tale of the Christ.
Despite every story beat feeling almost too familiar by now, after years of running on TV at the holidays, the film holds up: it's aa stirring, operatic tale, and it's deeply watchable today
Morning Roundup 7/20/15
Early Church Government; God and America; Fuller and Me
After all, a great number of evangelical churches hold patriotic-themed services on or around holidays such as the Fourth of July and Memorial Day.
New Research: Americans Want to Keep Christ in Christmas
What do Americans think about the Christian part of the Christmas season?
With shop workers being told to say "Happy Holidays" the over-emphasis of Santa Claus, Elf on the Shelf, and other such traditions, many have felt as though we've been committing
Sunday Morning Segregation: Most Worshipers Feel Their Church Has Enough Diversity
LifeWay survey finds only a third of Americans have worshiped as a minority, and half didn't last a year.
LifeWay Research. Researchers surveyed 994 churchgoers—who attend worship at least at holidays or more often—about race and the church. They
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