It seems the pastor hit a nerve with the celebrity anchor.
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"Even then, there was something about the Christian church environment that made me feel like I was left out of some secret, private meeting. "
"I remember so well washing my hair after the third week of chemotherapy and seeing it all come off in my hands in clumps."
Jason Avant talks about the importance of living life as an example in the NFL.
Some passengers were concerned about the elevator plummeting to the ground, but Graham's words displayed his faith in Christ.
Dr. Michael Brown asks a pointed question: Why are so many backsliding?
After getting called out in national media over his take on immoral entertainment, the pastor is responding to his accusers.
The Duck Commander patriarch isn't pulling any punches on this one.
The columnist's words are going viral, with Ellen DeGeneres and Anderson Cooper responding.
"Yesterday morning I awoke to discover you spoke to me directly on your nationally syndicated, award-winning talk show. I was stunned and humbled ... ."
"The church often glosses over the serious issues many couples have in the bedroom."
"Though I can't quite make sense of it all, my faith in God has not been shaken. God is not evil, and surely this accident is not His fault."
A lifestyle that Romans 1:24-27 labels as "immoral," "indecent," "shameful," "unnatural" is conveyed to tens of millions of unsuspecting youth as acceptable.
"The LGBT community wants us to be afraid of expressing our Christian beliefs. They want us to cower in the face of their threats to the livelihoods of believers."
It looked like a miracle was at hand, but the Lord has taken him home.
Crouch, who was hospitalized since Jan. 3, has had some positive response to the medical attention that has been given to him. But don't stop praying.
Dr. Michael Brown offers 6 prayerful reflections on trends—some good and some bad—that we could see developing in the months ahead. You need to read this.
For the U2 frontman, "this is not a fairy tale but a challenge. I preach what I need to hear"
Watch historian David Barton talk about the state of the American church and what we can do to engage our culture more.
David and Jason Benham address the silencing of Christians by mainstream media.