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More Multiracial Churches Led by Black, Hispanic Pastors
But the task of stewarding diverse congregations remains a challenge, emotionally and spiritually.
Trump Pledges to Protect ‘Right to Pray’ in Public Schools
Updated guidance reaffirms First Amendment protections and provides new pathways for complaints.
Most Pastors Say Middle East Politics Won’t Speed Up the Second Coming
A new LifeWay Research survey shows that only 1 in 8 pastors link geo-political events with Christ’s return.
Christian Influencer Dale Partridge Shares Inspirational Quotes—But They Weren’t All His
After believing “all ideas are God’s ideas,” the 34-year-old blames earlier plagiarism on immaturity.
At Reinhard Bonnke’s Memorial Service, Thousands Celebrate His Massive Harvest in Africa
African and Pentecostal leaders honor German evangelist during three-hour Orlando funeral.
Todd Bentley Investigation Finds ‘Steady Pattern’ of Immoral Conduct
The edgy Canadian preacher was declared unfit for ministry due to credible allegations of adultery, sexting, and substance abuse spanning the past 15 years.
Texas Church Grieves Two Leaders Shot by Visitor in Disguise
Armed security guards protected the Fort Worth-area flock against “evil” in the pews.
Outspoken Chinese Pastor Wang Yi Sentenced to 9 Years in Prison
The Early Rain leader decried the evil of the Communist regime and was arrested with dozens of fellow Christians last December.
Texas Churchgoers Shot Down Gunman Who Opened Fire During Communion
Police commend “heroic parishioners” who halted an attack that left at least two dead at a Church of Christ congregation outside Fort Worth.
Here Comes the Son: Church Turns Christmas Pageant Into Beatles Rock Opera
For more than a decade, Let it Be Christmas has celebrated the Gospel “according to Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Paul, George, and Ringo.”
‘Divine Collision’ in Uganda Changed New Pepperdine President’s Life
Before he was named to the university’s top post, law professor Jim Gash helped free a falsely convicted teen in East Africa and became an advocate for justice reform.
Half of Pastors Say the Opioid Epidemic Has Hit Their Church
The demands of addiction can go beyond typical spiritual and physical help offered by congregations.
Planned Parenthood Wins $2.2M Suit Against Pro-Life Investigators
The jury said the undercover activists who exposed the organization’s sale of fetal parts could not use journalism as a defense.
Tony Evans Becomes the First Sole African American to Author a Study Bible, Commentary Named for Him
Celebrating 50 years of historic ministry, the Dallas pastor discusses his advice to Kirk Franklin and how his new releases highlight the black presence in Scripture.
Kirk Franklin Boycotts Dove Awards for Cutting His Prayers for Black Victims
This year’s broadcast wasn’t the first time TBN had edited the gospel artist’s acceptance speeches.
He Got High and Broke Into a Church. Months Later, He Was Baptized There.
An Arkansas Baptist church opted to forgive the man who caused $100,000 in damage.
Anne Graham Lotz Completes Cancer Treatment, Says the Spirit Was Her ‘Constant Companion’
The author and teacher opens up about answered prayers in the midst of grief, loneliness, and suffering.
Two Nigerian Evangelicals Executed in Boko Haram Video
As ethnic and religious clashes intensify, the terrorists have pledged to kill every Christian they capture.
Young Life Voted Off Campus at Duke
While the college ministry continues to operate without recognition, another university officially objects to its sexuality policy.
Pastor and Mental Health Advocate Jarrid Wilson Dies by Suicide
Before his death, he tweeted, “Loving Jesus doesn’t always cure suicidal thoughts.”
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