Iranians celebrate Holy Spirit movement

Persian praise songs resonated through the meeting hall at First Baptist Church in Plano as about 150 worshippers raised their hands and opened their hearts. They rejoiced in the way God’s Spirit is moving among Iranians, and they fervently prayed, asking God to encourage Christians living under religious persecution in Iran.

Biblical principles should guide Christian involvement in social change

Evangelical progressive activist Jim Wallis believes the United States is ripe for another socially transforming spiritual awakening. But as Christians become energized to change the world, they need to avoid the temptation to politicize the gospel, he warns.

Another Great Awakening?

Some observers of religion assert a socially transforming spiritual movement is sweeping the globe, resulting in 82,000 conversions to Christianity a day. But only 6,000 of them are in Europe and North America.

Physicians give chaplains a clean bill of health

Science and faith often may clash, but a new survey suggests most American doctors believe religion and spirituality can help patients.

Some Christians unplug from social networking

Evangelical Christian leader Mark Oestreicher commanded a huge chunk of cyberspace. Then he unplugged from his online circle of friends.
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