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Relief organization seeks credibility rehabilitation after newspaper investigation.
Conservatives Voice Support for Bauer
Conservatives Voice Support for Bauer
Business Funnels Profits to Churches
Holding the Middle Ground
United Methodists reject homosexual marriages and ordinations.
Ecumenism: Time to Kiss and Make Up?
The financially strapped NCC reaches out to evangelicals and Roman Catholics.
The Weigh Is Narrow
As former employees claim they were pressured to join Shamblin's church, the Weigh Down Workshop leader attempts to clarify her stance on the Trinity.
A Silent Celebration of Prayer
Judge upholds a minute of silence in school, Bill Bright's lung condition, and video sales to ensure the movie won't get Left Behind at the box office.
God Speaks to Commuters
Churches Coordinate Earthquake Aid
Moral Combat: More Christians campaign against media violence
More Christians campaign against media violence.
Bill Bright Announces Retirement
Current veep Stephen Douglass to lead Campus Crusade for Christ in July 2001.
Why Christians Object to Scientology
Craig Branch of the Apologetics Resource Center notes Clear differences.
Sudan Loses Election for U.N. Security Council Seat
Sanctions continue to plague the African nation's bid for international acceptance.
Britain to Embrace Faith-Based Social Programs?
Plus: Researchers convince people they've been possessed by demons, market research for the Methodist Church, and can science make room for faith?
Methodists Freeze NCC Funding
Church says questions unanswered over organization's $4 million debt.
Christian Groups Labeled 'Cultic'
Religious Freedom Report Rebukes China Others
State Department finds many nations' religious freedoms deteriorating, but some are improved.
Howling Over Halloween
Plus: She's not ordained so it wasn't preaching, Chinese concubines increase, and Ebola claims more victims.
We May Not Know Who Is President But...
We've got info on the souls of robots, Islam's growing influence in Southeast Asia, and the popularity of pagan groups on college campuses.

Top Story September 27, 2020

What Pastors See as the ‘New Normal’ for Preaching After the Pandemic
What Pastors See as the ‘New Normal’ for Preaching After the Pandemic
COVID-19’s ministry disruptions are generating lasting insights.

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