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Tuesday, December 21, 2021

Televangelist Kenneth Copeland is worth $750 million

With the Philippines celebrating the longest Christmas season in the world, pastors enjoy big and bright public displays but have to resist the commercialism of the holiday.

The birth of the Prince of Peace happened to come during an age of terror—a powerful reminder Advent today.

A group of a dozen missionaries who returned home after being kidnapped in Haiti weren’t actually released by the gang—they escaped.

After an appeals court decision reinstated the Biden administration’s vaccine requirements for large employers, several ministries filed legal challenges to block enforcement on First Amendment grounds.

Ravi Zacharias’s former spokesperson, Ruth Malhotra, reflects on the miracle and cost of restoration after being welcomed by one of the survivors of his abuse, Lori Anne Thompson.

Have Christians forgotten how to wrestle with God?

Last year, we remembered that Advent isn’t an retreat from darkness. Once again, amid death and injustice, we celebrate a Savior who comes to suffer with us.

When we are tempted to fixate on “How can this be?” of Christmas, Mary’s example calls us to a faith that responds, “Let it be.”

In other news

Televangelist Kenneth Copeland is worth $750 million, lives in a $7 million mansion, and, thanks to clergy housing provisions, doesn’t pay taxes on his residence, according to a Houston Chronicle investigation.

Mariah Carey said in a recent interview that the Virgin Mary is the real queen of Christmas.

Pontius Pilate washed his hands of Jesus’s death. A new archaeological study finds the Roman governor was closely associated with water in first-century Jerusalem.

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