Police in Allentown are saying Jacob Schmoyer reportedly sent letters to them and his family members on the same day as the explosion that took his life and the life of his son. Law enforcement agencies are scheduled to give updates today on the investigation into the incident. The explosion … [Read more...] about Allentown Police Say Man Sent Letters Before Deadly Explosion
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Leadership pressures and empty pews have contributed to pastor burnout. Brooklyn Tabernacle Pastor Jim Cymbala tells Family Life, the "sacred calling of God must be renewed." Pastor Scott Wolf from Maranatha Bible Chapel in Horseheads, NY says it's now vital to meet people where they are with the … [Read more...] about News Feature: The Church at a Crossroads
Food is hard to come by for 41 million Americans. Many depend upon local food pantries and feeding programs, and a reliable place to find these is at a Salvation Army. The Salvation Army reports that it feeds an average of 156,000 meals every single day. That’s because following Jesus … [Read more...] about Inside Out: People are Hungry
President Donald Trump’s executive order on January 27, 2017 would halt the country’s current policy of resettling a limited number of war refugees. The executive order, and ensuing court challenges, have focused the nation’s attention on the millions around the world who have been … [Read more...] about Inside Out: Refugees & the Church
God invites us to talk. The words of the prophets and the apostles--and maybe most dramatically, the life of the Jesus--teach us that prayer draws us to God. It brings comfort and direction—or at least a level of peace that God’s accompanying us through all we face. Even pollsters … [Read more...] about Inside Out: Why Pray Together?