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Christian Concert Booker at Fault in $3 Million Fraud
Court finds Lighthouse Events used ministry funds to repay expensive short-term loans instead.
Christian Colleges Get Creative with Chapel Requirements
Pushed by pandemic, schools are reinventing a core part of campus life to work on the internet.
Bible Museum Criticism ‘Was Justified,’ Founder Says
Steve Green announces 11,500 more items will be returned to the Middle East.
Asian Americans Call on the Church to Preach Against Coronavirus Racism
Hundreds of Christian leaders sign a landmark statement denouncing a spike in xenophobia.
Most Pastors Bracing for Months of Socially Distant Ministry
Barna findings show the toll of the coronavirus crisis is setting in week over week.
With Conferences Canceled, UMC Split and SBC Votes Wait for Next Year
Besides budget approvals, most denominational business can be rescheduled.
Fake Dead Sea Scrolls Displayed at Museum of the Bible
Updated exhibit will focus on forgery.
Hospital Restrictions Bar Chaplains from Ministering Bedside
At a time when patients and staff are desperate for hope, many spiritual leaders must offer their solace from a distance.
ECFA Names New President
The former VP takes over following its 40th anniversary and record membership growth despite last year’s Harvest Bible Chapel controversy.
Easter Pageant Started by Pandemic in 1633 Canceled by COVID-19
The famous Oberammergau Passion Play draws half a million people once a decade to watch small German village perform the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus.
Iran Releases a Third of Christian Prisoners Due to Coronavirus Concerns
As COVID-19 halts Nowruz, satellite network encourages Iranian believers to know and assert their rights.
Canceled Mission Trips Expected to Have Long-Term Fallout
Without the typical influx of volunteers, ministries revise their plans and experts fear a COVID-19 kink in the missionary pipeline.
Churches Reconsider Drive-In Worship
Faced with COVID-19 quarantines and new rules for social distancing, some pastors are serious about reviving the 1950s fad.
Pentecostal Pastor Won’t Stop Church for COVID-19
What if congregations don’t comply with public health orders? We’re about to find out.
When God Closes a Church Door, He Opens a Browser Window
Platforms, apps, and networks once built as a supplement to in-person gatherings have become the primary point of connection for millions.
After COVID-19 Diagnosis, Sandi Patty Urges Christians to Take Pandemic Seriously
Iconic Christian singer says the new coronavirus is “not fake news.”
Died: Vinson Synan, Historian Who Saw Breadth of Pentecostalism
In scholarship and ministry, he argued for an expansive and expanding Spirit-filled Christianity across traditions.
Bible Printer Closes As Gideons Rebalance PrioritiesSubscriber Access Only
Scripture distribution wasn't supposed to be end goal, executive director says
Gleanings: April 2020Subscriber Access Only
How Christian Colleges Have Been Revising Student Handbooks Since ObergefellSubscriber Access Only
Schools wrestle with best ways to serve LGBT students, stay true to traditional teachings.

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In Pandemic and in Health, I Make This Vow
In Pandemic and in Health, I Make This Vow
Engaged Americans are grappling with foiled wedding plans. But Christian couples face unique moral challenges.

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