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CCDA President Noel Castellanos Resigns
Allegations of hostile leadership at community development ministry came to a head at last week’s Rooted conference.
amid allegations of hostile conduct surrounding the urban ministry's top leadership. the 30th annual gathering, but the ministry's board decided as well as honor the life and commitment
How a Confederate Memorial Became a Multiracial Worship Site
A two-year partnership of hundreds of Atlanta pastors brought the church together at an unlikely destination. Could more cities follow their lead?
A two-year partnership of hundreds of Atlanta pastors brought the church together at an unlikely destination. Could more cities follow their lead?
Gleanings: June 2017Subscriber Access Only
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our June issue).
their workers, and the nation's foreign ministry has counseled Seminary partner program and train Redeemer church planters. theologian” and a “catalyst for urban mission” earned him
Allegations of Sexual Misconduct by Famous Chinese Evangelist Span 24 Years
New GRACE report examines student’s claim against Yuan Zhiming in wake of accusation by Chai Ling.
New GRACE report examines student's claim against Yuan Zhiming in wake of accusation by Chai Ling.
Tim Keller Stepping Down as Redeemer Senior Pastor
The influential Reformed leader is moving away from his NYC pulpit as his church becomes three.
The influential Reformed leader is moving away from his NYC pulpit as his church becomes three.
Clergy Working Fewer Hours, Getting Paid More
Counting the cost is getting easier.
Put another way, the general population averaged $21.20 an hour, while church clergy pulled in the situations of individual clergy, from those serving small rural or urban churches who
Black Churches Matter: Research Ties Attendance to Positive Outcomes
African Americans who worship regularly are better able to handle racism and discrimination.
research analyzing data from the National Survey of American Life. But having church members listen to their concerns and help a University of Chicago study of urban cancer patients
Why a Christian Approach to Fighting Homelessness Pays Off
Study: Ministries saved taxpayers $119 million in 11 cities by offering both housing and healing.
and Urban Development program called Housing First. Religious nonprofits were more likely to offer holistic care than to focus exclusively on the issue of housing. Though the church
Pastor of China's Largest Church Jailed for Protesting Removal of 1,500 CrossesSubscriber Access Only
Christian unity growing as government-approved churches no longer immune from persecution.
Pastor of China's Largest Church Jailed for Protesting Removal of 1,500 Crosses. International.
Gleanings: January/February 2015Subscriber Access Only
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our January/February issue).
While some ministry leaders argue the bans restrict their religious freedom, FCS Urban Ministries founder A doctor who was fired from a church-owned hospital after his divorce
So Long New York: American Bible Society Heads to PhillySubscriber Access Only
(UPDATED) A year after putting its iconic building on the market, ABS exits the Big Apple after nearly two centuries.
(UPDATED) A year after putting its iconic building on the market, ABS exits the Big Apple after nearly two centuries.
Here’s What Evangelical Experts on Missions and Muslims Think of Wheaton's ‘Same God’ DebateSubscriber Access Only
Special journal looks at whether Muslims and Christians worship the same God, why it matters, and better questions to ask.
Paul Martindale, a professor of Islamic studies and cross-cultural ministry at Gordon “Is the Jesus of the Church of Latter Seminary professor who has lived most of his adult life in Muslim
Rebuilding Ferguson, Residents Seek Local LeadershipSubscriber Access Only
Pastors, ministry leaders, and others emphasize community-led efforts.
Pastors, ministry leaders, and others emphasize community-led efforts.
It's Sunday Morning. Where Should Your Cell Phone Be?Subscriber Access Only
Surveys show wide range of American views.
Almost all Americans (96%) believe that using a cell phone in church is generally unacceptable Those in urban worship services are more likely to engage in unrelated online activities
Segregation and the Church: From Where We've Come
Pastor Mark DeYmaz shares his thoughts on new LifeWay Research data on segregation and the church.
one of the most segregated hours in American life…and most Global Network (2004) to champion multiethnic church planting and United By Faith (2003), Multicultural Ministry (2004), A
Sunday Morning Segregation: Most Worshipers Feel Their Church Has Enough DiversitySubscriber Access Only
LifeWay survey finds only a third of Americans have worshiped as a minority, and half didn't last a year.
Sunday morning remains one of the most segregated hours in American life, with more Of those who have not been a minority in church, nearly a quarter (22 “But in urban settings, other
Good News: Fewer Iraq War Veterans Receiving 'Radical Hospitality' in Jesus' NameSubscriber Access Only
Gospel rescue missions report drop in visits by vets who served in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Persian Gulf.
Gospel rescue missions report drop in visits by vets who served in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Persian Gulf.
Does Where We Worship Matter?Subscriber Access Only
What I learned from my church culture shock.
too easily fall prey to the progress of urban sprawl to authentically recognize our own expectations for church and when with Christianity Today, where she regularly writes for Gleanings.
Superstorm Sandy Spotlights Surge in Southern Baptist Church PlantsSubscriber Access Only
Out of 118 new SBC churches in Northeast, all but four are still going strong.
Out of 118 new SBC churches in Northeast, all but four are still going strong.
Suburban Megachurch's Inner-City Bank Goes BustSubscriber Access Only
Chicago church preaches prosperity, but attempt to aid Lawndale fails to follow suit.
Gleanings. Chicago church preaches prosperity, but attempt to aid Lawndale fails to follow suit. the bank was to provide an economic engine to help revitalize urban communities, such
Reading The Jesus Storybook Bible in Iceland
Reading The Jesus Storybook Bible in Iceland
In the world’s most bookish country, evangelicals are taking up the ministry of translation.
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