Jump directly to the Content

News&Reporting

Ukrainian Seminary Leader: Russian Invasion Could Send Baptist Churches Underground
Ukrainian Seminary Leader: Russian Invasion Could Send Baptist Churches Underground
Baptists in western Ukraine prepare to open their homes and churches if brethren have to flee the eastern border.
Died: Robert Shine Sr., Black Baptist Leader in Philadelphia
Died: Robert Shine Sr., Black Baptist Leader in Philadelphia
The pastor was “not a kingmaker” but called Christians to see social issues as God testing the church.
Anti-Trafficking Ministries Now Fight QAnon Conspiracies Too
Anti-Trafficking Ministries Now Fight QAnon Conspiracies Too
Online myths and misinformation are becoming more of a distraction from their work.
What’s New in Evangelical Views on Abortion? The Age Gap
What’s New in Evangelical Views on Abortion? The Age Gap
Between 2016 and 2020, younger white evangelicals started to shift away from pro-life positions while older ones solidified their stances.
Texas Pregnancy Centers See Clientele Shift After Abortion Ban
Texas Pregnancy Centers See Clientele Shift After Abortion Ban
With the Heartbeat Act restricting abortions after six weeks, the women coming in for tests are earlier along, more confused, and more desperate.
The 50 Countries Where It’s Hardest to Follow Jesus in 2022
The 50 Countries Where It’s Hardest to Follow Jesus in 2022
Latest report on Christian persecution finds Nigeria has 4 out of 5 martyrs worldwide, China has 3 out of 5 church attacks, and Afghanistan is now worse than North Korea.
Supreme Court to Debate Football Coach’s Prayers
Supreme Court to Debate Football Coach’s Prayers
Did kneeling at the 50-yard line violate the First Amendment? Or did a school’s attempt to stop it violate the First Amendment?
Christians Are Going Back to Church—But Maybe Not the Same One
Christians Are Going Back to Church—But Maybe Not the Same One
Amid all the moves and changes of the past two years, many congregations saw turnover accelerate.
9 in 10 Evangelicals Don’t Think Sermons Are Too Long
9 in 10 Evangelicals Don’t Think Sermons Are Too Long
Even with recent divides in congregations, survey finds high levels of satisfaction among churchgoers.
Faith Leads Doctor Back to Zimbabwe
Faith Leads Doctor Back to Zimbabwe
Amid ongoing turmoil in national health system, orthopedic surgeon practices “practical Christianity.”
close