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Christ the Rock Community Church said he was seeing a doctor and counselor and talking with friends, but that "depression eventually claimed his life on Earth."
The contemporary Roman Catholic Church is still unpacking the implications of this 1,600 years later.
It has to do with the charismatic movement.
Shortly after Shawn Jones began singing "Worthy Is He," he passed out on stage, to the shock of the audience.
Some popular movements have even branded their name more on their worship than their preaching and teaching.
With so many violent attacks happening at churches, how should believers respond?
White, wooden folding chairs were placed in no regular pattern throughout the church, with each marking the precise spot where a victim's body was found.
His home country voted today to recognize same-sex unions.
"And I don't think anybody expected me to go there. You could hear a pin drop when I got to that point."
The past decade, we have witnessed a "radical grace" message sweep across the global church.
Here's what Bethel Church's senior associate leader, Kris Vallotton, thinks about it.
Fans rushed him while he proclaimed "God bless" to each person who shook his band.
Something is wrong. It is not the will of God for His children to be sick and diseased.
"I am just a spectator watching what God is doing."
"After being married for 17 years I have found myself in a place I never imagined I would be—as no one who has ever been married ever dreams in a million years that their marriage will one day end in divorce."
It is time to stop patching these old wineskins.
What if today's church actually took the Bible's teachings literally?
Have you ever questioned whether you should clap when the worship team is done with its set?
Perhaps at no other time in history have America's pastors been more needed in this culturally significant time.