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Prominent Pastors Join To Address Charleston, Ferguson, Baltimore and more!

  You’ve seen some of them on the covers of bestsellers and on television talk shows. Now, a coalition of the nation’s pastors is coming together to fight escalating racial violence in the United States. As they have watched events unfold in places from Charleston, S.C., to Ferguson, Mo., and from Staten Island, N.Y., to Los Angeles, what struck them was that there ... Read More »

8 Arizona Pastors Create ‘Progressive Christianity: Fact or Fiction’ Sermon Series!

  Eight conservative Arizona pastors have banded together to teach a sermon series to their local community titled “Progressive Christianity: Fact or Fiction,” but one local United Methodist Church pastor, who holds more progressive views on the Bible, says they’re trying to alienate people who don’t interpret the Scriptures literally. The series will be taught at eight different Fountain Hills ... Read More »

Bishop TD Jakes kicks off one of the biggest Pastors and Leaders Conferences of the year today!

Watch Our Live Stream Online (Starting Thursday at 11am Eastern) Stay Connected via your Desktop Log on and access the schedule and interactive live streaming broadcast of the International Pastors and Leadership Conference. Interact with people from all around the world using Twitter and live chat as you watch the keynote speakers teach and preach new innovative ways for your ... Read More »

Houston pastors now forced to turn over their speeches to attorneys

Five Christian pastors will no longer have to turn their sermons over to attorneys for the city of Houston. Instead, they will be forced to turn over their speeches related to the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO). I don’t mean to point out the obvious here – but what do those attorneys think a sermon is? It’s a speech. According ... Read More »

Many Pastors Believe Experiencing Faith Through Internet to Become More Acceptable

Celebrating the Christian faith online is a great option for those who can’t make it to a service on Sundays, but a recent poll shows that many pastors believe that experiencing faith through the internet will be more acceptable in the coming decade. The report comes from the Barna Group who found that 87% of pastors say “faith assistance” is “theologically acceptable” when conducted ... Read More »

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