Search Results

Reports: Iran Pastor's Case Sent to Khamenei
Courts avoid decision in apostasy case, may hear further appeal. (Updated)
Her.meneutics' Fall Reading List
The books our writers are currently devouring.
North Korea Announces Death of Kim Jong-Il
Experts cautious about impact on nation's 480,000 Christians.
Full New York Senate Okays Bill on Churches at Schools
Thousands march in protest of Feb. 12 eviction plans.
Church that Chose Mission Over Mortgage Exits Bankruptcy
Record numbers of churches are losing their facilities.
Pastor’s Mother Killed in Shooting Outside Colorado Church
Suspected shooter also killed by an off-duty officer attending the church.
Florida Vote Could Repeal Blaine Amendment
The amendment bans the use of public money for religious groups.
Another Record Year of Religious Violence in Indonesia?
Surge bolsters stance of New Jersey pastor harboring asylum-seeking refugees in his church.
Trading Spaces: Inner City Helps the Suburbs
Suburban poor change the direction of ministry.
Q & A: Katie Davis on Raising a Dozen Children at 22
The Nashville native is feeding and caring for thousands and raising children on her own.
Deep Impact
Jo Saxton helps churches change their communities.
J.I. Packer: John Stott Was 'Most Modest of Men'
The author, pastor, and theologian, 'summoned us to learn our faith,' says British-born J.I. Packer.
Prominent Chinese Human Rights Lawyer Confirmed Alive
(UPDATED) Gao Zhisheng had disappeared into police custody nearly two years ago.
Decade-Long Fight Over Mojave Cross Ends With Land Swap
Also: Atheist groups divided on whether Rhode Island memorial cross should stay put.
Refugee Board Criticized for Testing Religious Knowledge
Canadian federal judge says a religious refugee’s knowledge “cannot be equated to faith.”
Jury Holds Baptist State Convention Liable for Pastor’s Sexual Abuse
Florida convention had hired Douglas W. Myers to plant two new churches.
Christian Colleges Hope House Bill Will Repeal New Rules
CCCU says government's solution to for-profit problems threatens schools' autonomy.
Calling All Callings: Amy Sherman on ‘Kingdom Calling’
Christians can build thriving communities by exercising their vocational gifts.

Top Story January 25, 2021

Black Churches Step in to Help Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines
Black Churches Step in to Help Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines
Florida pilot program could become model for other states.

CT Bookstore

Enter The Vault


Browse our Full Library of online archives, including past issues of CT magazine. Access the Archives