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Evangelical Leaders Ask ICE Not to ‘Mistreat the Foreigner’ With Student Visa Policy
Fuller Seminary, after canceling in-person classes for the fall, says it’s trying to come up with a plan to allow international students to stay.
Mississippi Baptists: Removing Confederate Flag Emblem Is a ‘Moral Obligation’
The largest Christian group in the state joins calls to change the state flag.
Christopher Heuertz’s Enneagram Projects Halted Over Abuse Allegations
Zondervan will no longer promote the best-selling author’s books or release an upcoming documentary.
J. D. Greear Urges SBC to Retire Historic Gavel from Slaveholding Preacher
A day after his “black lives matter” address, the Southern Baptist president suggests replacing a 150-year-old relic.
Trump Makes Surprise Visit at Historic Church Near White House
Episcopal leaders “outraged” that protestors were cleared for the president’s brief appearance where he raised a Bible for a photo op at St. John’s.
African American Alumni Call on Jerry Falwell Jr. to Step Down
Thirty-five faith leaders who went to Liberty University released a letter criticizing the college president's rhetoric, including his recent blackface mask tweet.
Efrem Smith: White Evangelicals Need to Humble Themselves
“Allow the church that has been deemed the other, the marginalized church, to be the teacher at this moment.”
Trump Declares Churches ‘Essential’ as CDC Releases Reopening Guidelines
More than 1,000 pastors in Minnesota and California plan to resume worship by Pentecost Sunday, despite state restrictions.
Q Hosts Nutritionist Who Promotes ‘Building Immunity’ Over Vaccines
Joshua Axe’s talk at last month’s virtual event has raised concerns among experts.
What Makes a Minister? Supreme Court Debates Hiring and Firing Protections.
Another case involving Christian teachers challenges the “ministerial exception” that shields religious institutions from certain anti-discrimination lawsuits.
Died: Darrin Patrick, Who Used His Fall and Restoration to Help Struggling Pastors
(UPDATED) The St. Louis pastor spoke up about the difficulties faced by leaders and critiqued “celebrity culture” in ministry.
LifeWay Makes Cuts After VBS, Sunday School Sales Drop
The Southern Baptist publisher plans to restrict its budget by at least $25 million through reducing staff and salaries.
Federal Government Backs Churches in Drive-In Worship Fight
Attorney general speaks out against coronavirus restrictions that apply to worship but not other similar activities—like fast-food parking lots.
Christian Apps Are Moving from ‘Pray More’ to ‘Calm Down’
New mindfulness resources help users find rest in God.
California Court Drops Rape Charges Against Leader of Mexico’s Largest Church
Due to a technicality, the head of La Luz del Mundo could be out on appeal.
Samaritan’s Purse Sets Up Field Hospital in Central Park
The ministry’s temporary setup will help alleviate the anticipated surge in COVID-19 patients in New York.
Florida Pastor First to Be Arrested for Defying Coronavirus Order
Misdemeanor charges against Rodney Howard-Browne set up legal battle over right to worship in a pandemic.
Black and Latino Church Planters Hit Hard by Coronavirus Shutdown
Because their congregations are less established, they risk losing significant momentum and funding.
Facebook Live Bloopers: Church Edition
Church leaders are navigating new digital waters, with some hilarious results.
Are Church Services Considered ‘Essential’? Depends Where You Live
Several states are offering religious exemptions to restrictions around public gatherings.

Top Story July 13, 2020

Want to Love Your Neighbor? Start By Fighting Your Own Sin.
Want to Love Your Neighbor? Start By Fighting Your Own Sin.
When we “make every effort to be holy,” it works toward the common good.

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