Around 500 participants from more than 80 countries participated in a week-long conference on how to best use theology to build up pastoral training and leadership development in the global Church.
Amid growing concerns of religious decline in the United States, a recent survey suggests a growing share of American adults consider themselves religious although one-third say they attend religious services at least once per month.
After an unflattering article in WIRED on the use of accountability software to monitor the internet activity of churchgoers, Covenant Eyes acknowledged it has many of the same concerns and says churches shouldn't use its program to spy on congregants.
Youth ministries in American churches must shift their efforts away from molding children to be "consumers" to involving them as "participants" in the "Gospel mission," the head of the Barna Group has advised.
As Democratic politicians continue to claim that crisis pregnancy centers harm women through lies and coercion, one woman has credited such an organization with saving her life.
As head men’s basketball coach of Baylor University, Scott Drew led what is widely considered to be the greatest rebuild in college basketball history, guiding his team to its first NCAA championship and the first Big 12 title in school history. He spoke with The Christian Post about how he puts his faith in Christ first and encourages his players to do the same.
In a recent article on The Christian Post, reporter Leonardo Blair posed a fascinating question: Will the metaverse end the megachurch?