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Charles Stanley Stepping Down After 50 Years as Pastor
At 87, the longtime First Baptist Atlanta preacher still doesn’t believe in retirement.
Bahrain Makes Peace with Israel, Following United Arab Emirates
Today’s deal will normalize diplomatic, commercial, and security ties. Trump administration hopes more Arab nations soon follow.
Southwestern, Baylor Sue Foundation that Shifted Support After Paige Patterson’s Firing
The schools were stated beneficiaries but say they lost their input in recent restructuring.
Bethel’s Sean Feucht Rallies ‘Worship Protest’ in Seattle
The tour, held in defiance of COVID-19 regulations, continues in Colorado, Minneapolis, and Kenosha, Wisconsin, in the week ahead.
Latin American Pastors Kept Ministering During COVID-19. Now More Than 100 Have Died.
With mixed messages from leaders, evangelicals in Nicaragua and Bolivia have been especially hard-hit by the pandemic.
Evangelicals Call for Police and Criminal Justice Reform
New initiative challenges churches and believers: “Scripture makes the pursuit of justice for our neighbors a mandatory part of the Christian life.”
US Capitol to Install Billy Graham Statue in 2021
After five years of planning, the Bible-wielding preacher will replace a white supremacist North Carolina governor in the national collection.
Promise Keepers’ Comeback Event Goes Virtual
Tony Evans and Michael W. Smith on the lineup for the first major program of the men’s movement in nearly a decade.
California Court Reissues Rape Charges Against Leader of Mexico’s Largest Church
Update: After a procedural technicality, the criminal case against the head of La Luz del Mundo continues.
Churches Plan to Host Students During Remote Learning
In some communities, empty buildings and eager youth ministers offer safe places and supervision for families facing school closures.
Supreme Court Rejects Nevada Church’s Appeal to Reopen Like Casinos
Conservative justices say 50-person limit for houses of worship is “obvious discrimination.”
Texas Pastor Killed While Helping Stranded Driver
Southern Baptist leaders mourn the sudden death of the 38-year-old church planter.
Atlanta Church Splits With SBC for Downplaying Racial Issues
Pastor John Onwuchekwa’s decision comes a year after Cornerstone Church received a $175K grant from the denomination to renovate its building.
Evangelical Leaders Ask ICE Not to ‘Mistreat the Foreigner’ With Student Visa Policy
UPDATE: New protocols for international students rescinded after university backlash.
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.”

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What Pastors See as the ‘New Normal’ for Preaching After the Pandemic
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