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Five of Six Ministries Meet Deadline in Senate Spending Probe
Dollar's ministry won't provide material voluntarily.
Kwanzaa Quandary
Some churches debate the place for Kwanzaa.
Micah Challenge USA Urges Focus on Global Poverty
Evangelical church leaders plan to circulate letters to presidential candidates.
Architect of Religious Right Dies
Paul Weyrich, who co-founded the Moral Majority with Jerry Falwell in 1979, died this morning.
Habitat for Humanity Founder Millard Fuller Dies at 74
The ministry that Fuller helped found has helped move at least 300,000 families into homes.
Christians Find Few Shades of Grey in Book's Popularity
Bestselling "mommy porn" trilogy prompts fresh questions on cultural engagement.
Van Impe leaves TBN over ‘Chrislam’ remarks
United Methodists Vote to End Guaranteed Clergy Appointments
Clergy appointments have been guaranteed since the 1950s.
'Pulpit Freedom Sunday' Tally: 31+ Sermons, 6 Complaints With IRS
Supreme Court to Consider Case of Cross Monument in Mohave Desert
Court Sides with Montana Church over Free Speech
Supreme Court Declines Case of Praying Football Coach
Conservatives Talk Abortion Reduction with White House
GOP Head Steps Back from Comments on Romney's Mormonism
Conservatives Launch New `Freedom Federation'
Republican Leaders Join FRC Protest of 'Hate Group' Designation
Pawlenty, Huckabee, DeMint, Boehner, and Cantor among those opposing "intolerance pure and simple."
After Court Gives OK, Christians Mark National Day of Prayer
After Meeting with Black Southern Baptists, Richard Land Apologizes Again over Trayvon Martin Comments
The Southern Baptist leader said he has sent a personal letter to President Obama seeking forgiveness.
Called to Account
Tulsa Pentecostal pastor defends his universalism before bishops
Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Government Displays of Ten Commandments
Arguments inside and prayers outside courtroom aim to define government's relationship to religion.

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Lauren Daigle’s Christmas Cheer Doesn’t Pause for a Pandemic
Lauren Daigle’s Christmas Cheer Doesn’t Pause for a Pandemic
Ahead of her first televised special, the chart-topping Christian artist told CT her music has taken on special meaning in 2020.

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