The church needs women who are seminary trained. The church needs women teaching in seminaries. The church needs women to minister to the world through academic appointments in secular institutions. The church needs women who serve in these ways, just as it needs women who are missionaries, mothers, teachers, servants, leaders and friends. Women in the church don’t need a room of their own as much as the church needs both women and men in the room.
A common question for many is, "Can I lose my salvation?" I've heard both sides of the argument, and only God truly knows a person's heart, but I can share a few thoughts. There is a debate because the Scriptures teach that salvation is a gift from God that cannot be earned, but they also offer warnings about falling away. There should be a healthy tension between God's sovereignty and man's responsibility. This issue should not create a spirit of division, elitism, or theological superiority.
After his church was blocked off by officials, Pastor James Coates of GraceLife Church in Alberta, Canada, moved his church to an undisclosed location so that congregants could gather and worship together. Coates was previously arrested for violating COVID-19 restrictions.
Nestle, Mars and two other major food companies recently wrote in a USA Today opinion piece that they oppose state-level bills that prohibit biological boys from playing on girls' teams and will speak out against similar "draconian" legislation that impacts children.
A best-selling book that includes a prayer asking for God to “help me to hate White people” sparked controversy this week after a Virginia pastor posted excerpts from the book on social media and urged Christians to be cautious about such theology.