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Harvest Settles Multimillion-Dollar Agreement with James MacDonald
In Christian arbitration, the preacher was granted $1.45 million and the rights to Walk in the Word.
How Black-Owned Businesses Bless Atlanta
Christian entrepreneurs promote a new economic narrative in a city plagued by wealth gaps.
Middle-Age Couples: Your Marriage Doesn’t Have to Be Stuck in Survival Mode
How the stresses and strains of aging can strengthen the bonds of love.
Who Are the Most Generous? Not Who You’d Expect.
The secret to becoming a cheerful giver is to remember whom we are giving to.
How Megachurches Spent Coronavirus Relief Funds
Religious groups got $7.3B in forgivable loans. That financial security helped ministry teams focus.
665K Ministry Jobs Covered by Paycheck Protection Program Funds
At least 11,500 Christian employers accepted $150,000 or more in government stimulus loans.
Christian Giving Rebounds to Pre-Pandemic Levels
Most evangelical churches and ministries tightened budgets yet saw steady donations this spring.
When Not Helping Hurts
We’ve long preached sustainable development over handouts. The pandemic forces us to change our approach—for now.
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Wrestling with the Financial Fallout of COVID-19
How individuals can rise to the pandemic’s challenges.
Called to Missions. Held Back by Student Loans.
Rising debt stops many who would serve.
Here’s Why You Should Take the CARES Act: One-on-One with Marco Rubio
In a catastrophe like this, where literally no community in the country is unaffected, we wanted to make sure we took care of workers across various sectors.
Is It Manna from Heaven, Money from Washington, or Both?
Leaders consider stimulus loan options, and Christians rally to fund grants for struggling churches.
Christian Concert Booker at Fault in $3 Million Fraud
Court finds Lighthouse Events used ministry funds to repay expensive short-term loans instead.
ECFA Names New President
The former VP takes over following its 40th anniversary and record membership growth despite last year’s Harvest Bible Chapel controversy.
Houston Pastor Pleads Guilty in $3.5M Bond Fraud Scheme Targeting Elderly
Kirbyjon Caldwell has led the UMC’s biggest African American megachurch for decades.
Evangelical Giving Holds Steady Despite Tax Reform
Though far fewer Americans are writing off charitable donations, most ministries reported stable giving last year. Denominations saw the biggest decline.
The Christian Roots of the Fair Trade Movement
Beneath the buzzwords around sustainability, transparency, and ethical sourcing we find something far more important than consumerism: Christ-centered love for our neighbors.
Pastors Don’t Do It For The Money, But Having Enough to Retire Would Be Nice
Bless Your Pastor campaign raises awareness around the financial strains of ministry.
Here Come the Skinny Cows
Four reasons tithes and offerings are about to drop dramatically.
Church Planting Series: How Can Your Church Get Involved in Church Planting?
While planning is key, there are a variety of imaginative ways to begin.

Top Story January 16, 2021

March for Life Plans Disrupted by DC Security Concerns
March for Life Plans Disrupted by DC Security Concerns
The annual event is asking participants to “stay home” for the first time since Roe v. Wade.

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