- Nine Years, 782,000 Words Later, South Carolina Woman Completes Handwritten BibleCaroline Campbell’s project aims to inspire Christians to learn Scripture and see disabilities as a gift to the church.Français
- And Campaign to Add 13 New Chapters During PandemicPolitical tensions and growing racial awareness have fueled interest in its message of social justice and biblical morality.
- American History Is Not CanceledWhile Christians can’t erase the church’s slaveholding past, we can change the symbols, statues, and namesakes we celebrate.
- Anglican Property Wins Don’t Put an End to Legal DisputesBreakaway congregations in South Carolina and Texas continue protracted fight with the Episcopal Church.
- Pro-Life Democrats Remind Candidates They ExistAhead of the South Carolina primary, religious voters’ push for a “diversity of opinions” on abortion gets little reception from presidential hopefuls.
- South Carolina Foster Ministry Opens to Catholics for the First TimeDespite a federal waiver backing its Protestants-only policy, Miracle Hill continued to face legal challenges.
- In Charleston, Racial Healing Meant More Than Hugs and Unity MarchesAs the first anniversary of the 2015 church massacre neared, public shows of support masked private tensions. But cracks were appearing in the city’s segregated silos.
- Foster Ministry Gets to Keep Protestants-Only Policy—And Federal FundsConservative Christians cheer HHS waiver for South Carolina's Miracle Hill.
- Too Soon for Perry Noble's Second Chance at Church?NewSpring says its founder, who was fired last year, still isn't qualified to pastor.
- South Carolina: Breakaway Anglicans Must Return 29 ChurchesSplit ruling by state supreme court favors Episcopal Church’s physical but not intellectual property claims.