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5,000 Pastors Rally to Defend Housing Tax Break Ruled Unconstitutional
Appeal: Exemptions do more than just save pastors $800 million a year.
Willow Creek Promises Investigation Amid New Allegations Against Bill Hybels
“We are sorry,” elder board says as more women claim misconduct.
Jesus, Take the Control Wheel: Southwest Pilot Saw Flying as Ministry
Fellow Texas Baptists cheer on Tammie Jo Shults, who heroically landed Flight 1390 after engine failure.
Gleanings: May 2018Subscriber Access Only
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our May issue).
Rwanda Weeds the Church PlantsSubscriber Access Only
Thousands of churches closed in attempt to curb bad buildings—and bad preaching.
Sectarian Cinema: Oscars Highlight Muslim Defense of Persecuted ChristiansSubscriber Access Only
Watu Wote joins other films attempting what African sermons cannot.
Should Pastors Podcast Their Sermons?Subscriber Access Only
Experts weigh in.
Remembering Bob Buford, the Christian Leader’s Leader
Rick Warren, Matt Chandler, and other Christian leaders share how the innovative Leadership Network founder influenced their ministries.
Ralph Winter’s Missions Campus Secures a Buyer
Pasadena property of former US Center for World Mission will become an international boarding school, pending a final sale next year.
US Officials Stand With Pastor at Turkish Terrorism Trial
Andrew Brunson tells the court, “I have been praying for Turkey for 25 years. I wouldn’t do anything against Turkey.”
Tyndale Sued by Boy Who Didn’t Come Back from Heaven
Subject of retracted afterlife account demands damages for using his name.
Bill Hybels Resigns from Willow Creek
Megachurch pastor “accelerates” October retirement weeks after former colleagues went public with misconduct allegations.
China Bans Bibles from Online Sellers Like Amazon
As atheist government pledges to promote “Chinese-style Christianity and theology,” changes at JD.com, Taobao, and Dang Dang may revive debate over Bible access.
Created for Asylum Seekers, Israel Intends to Deport Thousands
40,000 African migrants—many of whom are Christians fleeing Eritrea or Sudan—considered “infiltrators” in need of urgent deportation.
50 Years After MLK, Sunday Segregation Isn’t Theological
According to sociology’s top survey, black and white evangelicals have more in common than politics conveys.
For #MLK50, Christian Schools Launch $1.5 Million in Minority Scholarships
Dream Forward initiative by Wheaton, Gordon, SBC seminaries, and others builds on Martin Luther King Jr. commemorations in Memphis.
Colombia’s Next President Could Be an Evangelical Woman
Viviane Morales explains why truth and repentance will heal the scarred South American nation more than prison sentences for FARC rebels.
On Easter, Megachurch Backs Pastor Indicted for $3.5 Million Fraud
Kirbyjon Caldwell has used business as an extension of his Houston ministry for decades. Now, a Chinese bonds deal has gotten him in trouble with the SEC.
Conservative Christian Singer Loses Costa Rica Presidential Race
Unlikely finalist Fabricio Alvarado is latest example that evangelicals are a growing political force in Catholic Latin America.
Turkey’s Churches, Famous for Historic Schism, Finally Agree on Doctrine
Joint book project by Orthodox, Catholics, and Protestants follows efforts to present accurate information about Christianity in Muslim-majority country.
Top Story April 23, 2018
Willow Creek Will Investigate New Allegations Against Bill Hybels
Willow Creek Promises Investigation Amid New Allegations Against Bill Hybels
“We are sorry,” elder board says as more women claim misconduct.
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