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How Two California Megachurches Kept Worshiping
John MacArthur takes a stand against regulations, while Greg Laurie finds creative ways to comply.
Controversy and Coronavirus Keep Church Plants Out of Schools
Church of the Highlands’s expulsion in Birmingham has some pastors worried about growing scrutiny.
Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to Coronavirus Limits on Church Services
California restricting churches to 25% capacity or less than 100 worshipers “appear[s] consistent” with First Amendment, wrote Chief Justice John Roberts in 5–4 decision.
‘Livre em Cristo’ para desafiar as ordens do Estado? As igrejas hispânicas nos dão sua perspectiva.
Nossas igrejas são essenciais. Decidir se é sensato nos reunirmos é outra questão.
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¿‘Libre en Cristo’ para desafiar los cierres de Estado? Las iglesias latinas nos brindan su perspectiva.
Nuestras iglesias son esenciales. Decidir si es prudente reunirnos es un tema distinto.
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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.
‘Free in Christ’ to Defy State Closures? Latino Churches Offer Insight.
Our churches are essential, but whether it is critical to gather is another question.
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John Ortberg Investigated After Church Volunteer Confessed Attraction to Minors
Menlo Church said the senior pastor showed “poor judgment” in allowing the member to work with children and failing to notify other staff.
Fuller Seminary Won’t Leave Pasadena After All
The school backed out of its move to Pomona—where administrators hoped to save money and upgrade to high-tech facilities—due to holdups with selling its property.
My Journey from Castro to ChristSubscriber Access Only
After fleeing Cuba, my family was barely surviving. Then a California church gave us a new lease on life.
My Road to Emmaus Ran Through East Los Angeles
Suffering and ministry turmoil left me devastated. Jesus met me there.
New England Cities Named Most ‘Post-Christian’
Barna’s rankings spur pastors in secularizing spots—in the Northeast and across the country—to continue working and praying for revival.
Azusa Pacific Drops Ban on Same-Sex Student Relationships, Again
Revised code of conduct shifts in favor of “uniform standards of behavior for all students.”
Paradise Fire Burned Most Church Buildings, But ‘the Church Is Still Alive’
California pastor opens up about the most difficult sermon of his career—and the prospects for resurrecting ministry from the ashes.
Pepperdine Student, Cal Lutheran Grad Among California Shooting Victims
“Our students are resilient, but the burden is great.”
God’s Call to a Reluctant Suburbanite
I craved life in a city center or a rural idyll. He wanted me to hunger after him instead.
Azusa Pacific Reverses Approval for Gay Student Couples
Board of Trustees never sanctioned the recent code of conduct change. Now the wording's back to before.
A Bill Banning Reparative Therapy Spurred an Unlikely Relationship
How a gay California lawmaker and the former head of the National Association of Evangelicals found common ground on a controversial piece of legislation.
Bethel Church Survives Redding Carr Fire, But Still Faces Heat
Social media debate on intersection of disaster relief and theology echoes Osteen-Harvey episode.
Fuller Seminary to Leave Pasadena Campus
A challenging new landscape for Christian graduate education forces major moves.

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