President Donald Trump on Wednesday said he talked to 10,000 U.S. faith leaders about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic that has led to bans on in-person church services, closed nonessential businesses and killed more than 14,500 Americans.
As the coronavirus hammers New York, churches continue to serve the needs of the community and pray for an end to the outbreak.
A study has found that only 28% of Americans have watched on-line church services since coronavirus stay-at-home orders shut the majority of church doors. Conducted by the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), the study also found the low level of viewership was despite a majority of Americans reporting they have become more religious since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Churches continuing to hold in-person worship services came under fire from elected officials and other critics Sunday who fear the gatherings put parishioners at risk for catching the coronavirus.
Only 6 percent of Americans possess a biblical worldview, according to a new survey.
Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday said that people should not attend church services with more than 10 attendees present.
The lead pastor of a Florida megachurch was arrested for violating state public health orders during the coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus stimulus package signed into law last week not only serves to bolster individuals, families and for-profit companies impacted by the ongoing pandemic but also offers relief to churches and ministry staff as well.
At least one person has died, and 43 people have fallen ill at an Illinois Pentecostal church, with at least 10 testing positive for coronavirus so far.
A New York Times op-ed published Friday is casting blame on the evangelical movement for the Wuhan coronavirus plaguing the nation.
President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence joined over 700 pastors on a conference call Friday to pray for strength and stamina amid the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Rev. Franklin Graham applauded New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s claim that no life is ‘expendable’ amid the coronavirus pandemic but said the Democratic governor should consider his remarks in light of an abortion law he signed.
Leading Christian apologist Ravi Zacharias has opened up about his recent cancer diagnosis and offered Christians some wisdom as to how they should be responding to the coronavirus pandemic.
Francis Chan encouraged the Church to view the coronavirus pandemic as ‘one of our greatest opportunities to reach a lost world and show them we haven’t lost our love, joy, and peace’ instead of succumbing to fear and anxiety.
An Arkansas pastor who was recently struck with the deadly coronavirus along with his wife, Dena, and more than 30 others connected to his church is now warning others not to underestimate how dangerous the virus is and treat it with ‘wisdom and restraint.’
A congregation in Ohio decided to host ‘Drive In Church’ services as a way of gathering people together for worship while being wary of concerns over spreading the coronavirus.
In her spiritual message for March 23, Anne Graham Lotz, the daughter of the late Pastor Billy Graham, said there may be a ‘blessing in the coronavirus’ in that God is perhaps using the pandemic ‘to get our attention so that we will listen to His message,’ and that this will spark a ‘national spiritual renewal.’
CBN News has learned that President Trump, Vice President Pence and Secretary Ben Carson spoke to hundreds of pastors on a conference call Friday afternoon, with President Trump specifically asking them to pray for, ‘stamina’ and for the, ‘health of our country.’ Meanwhile, Vice President Pence commended pastors for the vital work churches are doing throughout this ordeal. ‘You’re putting hands and feet on your faith,’ the vice-president told the pastors. Secretary Ben Carson encouraged the group by saying, ‘God still has his hand on this nation.’
When we look at the state of Christianity in the world today, we see a decidedly mixed picture. In many parts of the world, there is incredibly good news: God is authoring a season of multiplication instead of addition in many parts of the world.
Christians are responding to the global spreading of the coronavirus with a new fasting and prayer movement.