In 1978, 918 people died at the hands of cult leader Jim Jones, but Laura Johnston Kohl lived to tell
More than 900 Americans followed Disciples of Christ minister Jim Jones to northwestern Guyana in the 1970s to form a Utopian society of social equality and racial harmony he called Jonestown.
When spiritual fiction author Roland Merullo addresses the audience Thursday at Saint Mark's Episcopal Church, instead of notes or an outline in hand he will have only a topic in mind -- his 2007 novel Breakfast With Buddha.
"Beloved in the Lord, on this most holy night, in which our Lord Jesus passed over from death to life, we are gathered here in vigil and prayer. This is the Passover of the Lord in which, by hearing His Word and celebrating His Sacraments, we share in His victory over death."
Baptist churches get crash course in preventing mass shootings
About 250 pastors, staff and members of Baptist churches attended a seminar Monday devoted to church safety and security -- hosted by the Arkansas Baptist State Convention -- at Park Hill Baptist Church in North Little Rock.
By the time she was 3, Melba Pattillo Beals knew the 23rd Psalm and the Lord's Prayer by heart.
Four days after the Feb. 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., in which 17 people were killed, many faith leaders around the state who addressed the event with their congregations or led prayer efforts for those involved also delivered a strong political message.
It's hard to see your life played out on a movie screen, Lee Strobel told an audience Tuesday at the Statehouse Convention Center.
Malik Saafir, a minister at Little Rock's Millennium Church, will visit Washington today through Monday to meet with U.S. Sen. John Boozman about poverty at the local and global levels, and preventable and chronic illnesses.
Author, professor, speaker and teaching pastor Lee Strobel will be the second featured guest Tuesday at "City Center Conversations: Conversations About God, Life, and Faith in the City" at Little Rock's Statehouse Convention Center.
Holocaust survivor shares her story, implores Americans to be vigilant against signs of authoritarianism
Irene Butter never planned to stand in front of an audience and share the story of her childhood experience of surviving the Holocaust.