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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.”
This Sunday Is Southern Baptists’ New Namesake Holiday
SBC leaders hope newly launched Baptism Sunday will help boost numbers.
Mexican Pastor and Priest Murdered at Their Churches
Cartel violence and threats escalated in August, and a Christian leader who ran a refugee shelter remains kidnapped.
South Carolina Foster Ministry Opens to Catholics for the First Time
Despite a federal waiver backing its Protestants-only policy, Miracle Hill continued to face legal challenges.
Can Willow Creek Find Closure After Bill Hybels?
The elders: There is “a fracture in our church marked by disbelief, confusion, fear, and hurt.”
Michael W. Smith, Kevin Jonas Launch Liberty University Music Label
Liberty Music Group is the latest venture to help students “take worship to the nations.”
Boarding School for Missionary Kids Uncovers Dozens of Abuse Allegations
The Christian Academy in Japan investigates reports of sexual misconduct and “severe beatings” by faculty spanning from the 1950s to 1990s
Blessed Be the Nukes? Russian Orthodox Recommends End to Ritual for Missiles
A country where the nuclear arsenal has its own patron saint considers a shift to sanctify soldiers rather than weapons of mass destruction.
VA Hospitals Can Distribute, Display Bibles Under Revised Policy
After a legal fight over a POW/MIA table, Veterans Affairs clarifies religious liberty protections.
Billy Graham Archives Begin Move from Wheaton to Charlotte
While Franklin Graham aims to consolidate the late evangelist’s legacy, some scholars raise concerns about research opportunities.
ECFA Faces Scrutiny Over Harvest Investigation
The delayed penalties for James MacDonald’s church have some evangelicals challenging the financial watchdog’s role and others defending it.
On Gettysburg's 150th, New Museum Examines Faith's RoleSubscriber Access Only
$15 million Seminary Ridge Museum opens with focus on "duty and devotion."
Is Crucifixion Art the Victim of Its Own Success?Subscriber Access Only
Images of Jesus on the cross no longer command auction prices.
Why World Relief's Jenny Yang Feared Speaking on ImmigrationSubscriber Access Only
The 33-year-old daughter of immigrants has become a leading voice behind the Evangelical Immigration Table.
Scripture and Neuroscience Agree: It Helps to Lament in Community
Scripture and Neuroscience Agree: It Helps to Lament in Community
Through song, liturgy, and communion, the body of Christ inhabits the suffering experienced by its weakest members.
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