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COVID-19 Church Restrictions Justified, New Zealand Court Rules
COVID-19 Church Restrictions Justified, New Zealand Court Rules
Twenty-four pastors and one imam lose argument that the rules designating worship “high risk” violated their religious rights.
Died: Herb Lusk II: ‘Praying Tailback’ Who Gave Up Football for Ministry
Died: Herb Lusk II: ‘Praying Tailback’ Who Gave Up Football for Ministry
First NFL player to kneel and thank Jesus in the end zone said caring for souls and helping people in poverty were more meaningful than fame.
At Gracepoint Ministries, ‘Whole-Life Discipleship’ Took Its Toll
At Gracepoint Ministries, ‘Whole-Life Discipleship’ Took Its Toll
As the predominantly Asian American church network expands, former members come forward with claims of spiritual abuse.
Black Church to National Park Service: Give Us Stones of Remembrance
Black Church to National Park Service: Give Us Stones of Remembrance
Black denominational leaders have formally asked for a national monument to the 1908 Springfield race riot, and they have a longer wish list.
Amid Myanmar’s Civil War, Unity Emerges
Amid Myanmar’s Civil War, Unity Emerges
Christians, Buddhists, and Muslims—all from different ethnic backgrounds—are coming together to resist the violent military junta.
Strategy Questions Divide Pro-Life Politics After ‘Dobbs’
Strategy Questions Divide Pro-Life Politics After ‘Dobbs’
What’s the best way to oppose abortion? Some pursue a national ban while others object that “plays into liberals’ hands.”
Wanted: Creation Care Coordinator for Major British Evangelical Church
Wanted: Creation Care Coordinator for Major British Evangelical Church
A new position at Holy Trinity Brompton reflects growing concern about climate change among some Christians.
Under Franklin Graham, Samaritan’s Purse Grows to a $1 Billion Powerhouse
Under Franklin Graham, Samaritan’s Purse Grows to a $1 Billion Powerhouse
The humanitarian aid organization works on the frontlines around the world and ranks among the largest charities in the US.
Belarus Proposes Legislation to Stop Christians From Appealing to the UN
Belarus Proposes Legislation to Stop Christians From Appealing to the UN
Pentecostals targeted for Bible studies, baptisms, and outdoor worship amid increasing efforts to “repress civil society.”
ERLC Names New President
ERLC Names New President
Brent Leatherwood stays on to lead the Southern Baptist entity after the “Dobbs” ruling and a major denominational abuse report.
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