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Will Elon Musk Welcome The Babylon Bee Back to Twitter?
The increasingly political Christian satire site hasn’t been able to tweet since March, but the platform’s new owner is a fan of the Bee and free speech.
More Americans Want Their Church to Share Their Politics
Over half say they believe their congregation is politically unified already.
California Baker Sued for Discrimination Wins Free Speech Case
Ahead of another Supreme Court case over same-sex wedding clients, judge defends cake-maker’s First Amendment rights.
Five Years After Church Shooting, Sutherland Springs Pastor Retires
Now at a new location, the rural Texas church continues on in memory of the 26 members killed, including the pastor’s teenage daughter.
Even in States with Bans, Christian Clinics Continue Post-Abortion Care
Some women who travel out of state for the procedure still rely on local pro-life pregnancy centers for support in the aftermath.
Under Franklin Graham, Samaritan’s Purse Grows to a $1 Billion Powerhouse
The humanitarian aid organization works on the frontlines around the world and ranks among the largest charities in the US.
Evangelical Report: Creation Care Is an Act of Worship, Hospitality
The National Association of Evangelicals focuses on the impact of the changing environment.
Court: HHS Can’t Require Christian Providers Perform Gender Transitions, Abortions
The appellate ruling sides with the Christian Medical and Dental Society and a Catholic hospital system that opposed the federal rule.
Most Evangelical Pastors Say Women Can Lead Bible Studies, Ministries
In a recent survey, Baptists are the least likely to endorse women in deacon or senior pastor roles.
TobyMac ‘Put Words to Grief’ in First Album Since His Son’s Death
His DC Talk bandmates are back as collaborators.
Ukrainian Seminary President: 400 Baptist Churches Gone
As refugees flee, the war-torn country is left in a pastoral leadership crisis.
Died: Frederick Buechner, Popular Christian ‘Writer’s Writer’ and ‘Minister’s Minister’
Buechner died peacefully in his sleep on Monday at age 96, according to his family.
Younger Pastors More Likely to Say They Struggle With Mental Illness
Overall, more than half of church leaders have seen members suffer depression, bipolar disorder, or schizophrenia.
Seattle Pacific University Sues Washington State Over LGBT Hiring Investigation
School claims attorney general is “interfering in the religious decisions of a Christian university.”
At 100, Hymn Society Considers How Worship Evolves
Gathering for the first time since the pandemic, the interdenominational group discussed the importance of global churches finding their own rhythms.
Oh ‘Baby Baby’: CCM Icon Amy Grant Named a Kennedy Center Honoree
She will become the first contemporary Christian artist to receive the annual award, given to recognize her place as the “Queen of Christian pop.”
Archaeologists Uncover First-Known Depictions of Jael and Deborah
The ancient mosaics, identified by the biblical heroine’s telltale tent stake, were discovered during a synagogue excavation in Galilee.
Search Firm: No Systemic Abuse at Saddleback Successor’s Former Church
Elders stand by incoming pastor Andy Wood after follow-up review.
Fewer Churches Put Patriotism on Display for July 4
Though two-thirds are OK with flying the flag year-round, pastors have become more divided over Independence Day celebrations since 2016.
Christian Reformed Church Brings LGBT Stance Into Faith Statement
The decision has implications for Calvin University as well as CRC churches, which had previously been given some latitude on the issue.

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Love in a Time of Social Conflict
Love in a Time of Social Conflict
The cross calls us to sacrificial community, especially during a divided age.

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