Calif. Residents Protest Removal of Memorial Cross After Atheists' Complaint Some residents of Lake Elsinore, Calif., are protesting the removal of a cross, which was placed two years ago in honor of a young Christian man who died in an accident there, by installing smaller crosses with messages for the atheist group under whose pressure the memorial was taken down. […] Mon, Mar 10, 2014 Christian Post
Unclogging Your Spiritual Arteries If our spiritual arteries are clogged, the life of Christ cannot flow freely in us – or to others through us. But learning to control our emotions and maintain a pure heart toward God will help increase His power in our lives. We have the ability to follow our feelings […] Mon, Mar 10, 2014 Christian Post
Nuns Released by Syrians After Three-Month Ordeal Syrian insurgents released 13 nuns and three attendants who disappeared three months ago from their monastery in the ancient Christian town of Maaloula, Lebanese and Syrian officials said early Monday. […] Mon, Mar 10, 2014 New York Times
The Papal Anniversary The words of Pope Francis offer hope that the Vatican really is on a new course. […] Sat, Mar 08, 2014 New York Times
Mars Hill Defends How Mark Driscoll's 'Real Marriage' Became a Bestseller 'Unwise' but not 'uncommon or illegal,' $200,000 campaign helped marriage book briefly top New York Times list.
Recent reports telling how Mark Driscoll's book reached the top of a bestseller list have left Mars Hill Church calling the campaign "unwise," but not "uncommon or illegal."
Driscoll has recently faced scrutiny for citation […] Sat, Mar 08, 2014 Christianity Today
Head of World Evangelical Alliance Will Step Down for 'Younger Leadership' After one of longest terms served, Geoff Tunnicliffe will let another lead the 'changing worldwide church' of 600 million evangelicals.
One of the longest-serving leaders of the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) will call it quits after this year.
The WEA, which represents 600 million evangelicals worldwide, announced today that Geoff Tunnicliffe will […] Fri, Mar 07, 2014 Christianity Today
John Ortberg's Megachurch Votes To Leave PC(USA) over Multisite Concerns In fresh wrinkle to Presbyterian splits, Menlo Park cites doctrine but also desire for more campuses.
The latest wrinkle in the ongoing mainline exodus: multisite.
More than 90 percent of Menlo Park Presbyterian Church (MPPC) members have voted to leave the Presbyterian Church (USA) despite an almost $9 million fee.
That was 2,024 […] Fri, Mar 07, 2014 Christianity Today