DoersTV.com, a new 21-Channel Christian internet television network, has made an unusual decision for a Christian television network. They have decided not to use the fundraising strategies of soliciting viewers for donations, monthly subscriptions, or airing fundraising telethons implored by most Christian TV Networks. They believe those who are presented with the Gospel should receive it free from solicitations.
CrossRoads United Methodist Church in Phoenix has reached an agreement with the city that ends an upcoming federal court battle over the church’s Saturday pancake breakfast for the homeless.
“If we take up the cross handsomely, we shall find it just such a burden as
According to Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics, 309,000 tourists visited Israel in May 2010, an all time record for the month of May. This marks the sixth consecutive month of record-breaking tourism to Israel. This was an increase of 33 percent over May 2009 and 4 percent over May 2008.
Internationally-beloved disability advocate, artist and quadriplegic Joni Eareckson Tada has been diagnosed with breast cancer, it was announced today by Doug Mazza, Joni and Friends International Disability Center president and COO, following confirmation by her physicians.
LifeWay Christian Resources set forth a theme of hope in its annual report to the Southern Baptist Convention as president and CEO Thom Rainer highlighted the “Transformational Church” initiative and “Courageous,” the upcoming movie project with Sherwood Baptist Church in Albany, GA.
FAIRFAX, VA – The nine Anglican District of Virginia (ADV) congregations that are parties to the church property case brought by The Episcopal Church and the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia today filed a notice of intent to apply for a rehearing asking the Virginia Supreme Court to reconsider a portion of its ruling.
Once again, the Roman Catholic Church is in the hot seat in the wake of allegations of sexual misconduct by priests and inaction and cover-ups at the highest levels of church leadership. And once again, church leadership has flubbed it—blaming news media, playing the victim, making excuses and generally not taking responsibility.
The International Board for the Global Day of Prayer has chosen Jacksonville-First Coast to serve as the worldwide anchor city for the 2011 religious event.