Frank KingDateline: By Frank King
First Published: Dec 12, 2010 / Last Published: Jan 20, 2013
Frank King served as a senior pastor of churches for over twelve years. He holds a Master of Theology degree. Currently, he is an author, and he ministers as an evangelist.
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June 13, 2011
Challenges to Modern Day Fatherhood
The state of the economy, extended deployments, and the current social tide make fatherhood increasingly more challenging.
June 9, 2011
Poll: Over Ninety Percent of Americans Still Believe in God
Gallup poll results released last Friday: More than 90 percent of Americans still believe in God.
May 21, 2011
Tithing and Giving in Church Down with the Economy
Thirty percent of Americans have reduced their giving to churches. Of these, 24% stopped all giving to churches.
May 12, 2011
Presbyterian Church Passes Vote to Allow Openly Gay Clergy
On Tuesday, the Presbyterian Church approved the ordination of openly gay men and women for the clergy.
May 6, 2011
Mother’s Day Reminder: It Does Us Good to Honor Mom
God blesses us when we honor our mother. This is not for the children only but also for husbands.
April 25, 2011
Poll Reveals Christian Views on Capitalism and Other Economic Issues
Based on a recent survey, 46% of Christians say capitalism is not consistent with Christian values.in Politics
April 17, 2011
Jesus’ Death: Was it Really Three Days and Three Nights?
Jesus said He would be dead three days and three nights. Some critics question the accuracy of these words.
April 9, 2011
Pastor Rob Bell’s New Book Sets the Subject of Hell on Fire
Rock star pastor Rob Bell's new book challenges the traditional Christian belief about hell, stirring prominent Christian leaders
March 30, 2011
Natural Disasters--Are They a Sign or Punishment from God?
According to a recent survey, most Americans do not see natural disasters as a sign or punishment from God.
March 25, 2011
A Link Between Faithful Church Attendance and Obesity?
Northwestern Medicine research: Faithfully religious young adults more likely to become obese by middle age than the nonreligious.