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17 Missionaries Kidnapped in Haiti
17 Missionaries Kidnapped in Haiti
Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries said it is working with the US embassy and praying the gang members responsible would come to repentance.
Most Americans Feel Safe Going Back to Church, Pew Reports
Most Americans Feel Safe Going Back to Church, Pew Reports
Plus, regular attendees trust their pastor’s vaccine advice more than almost any other source.
Ronnie Floyd Resigns from SBC Executive Committee
Ronnie Floyd Resigns from SBC Executive Committee
The EC president and CEO says he “will not and cannot” lead after its vote to waive attorney-client privilege.
Investigation Finds No Evidence of Abuse by Former Menlo Volunteer
Investigation Finds No Evidence of Abuse by Former Menlo Volunteer
The third-party inquiry, though, critiques lack of transparency by pastor John Ortberg, who resigned last year.
America’s Oldest Denomination Faces Split Over LGBT Issues
America’s Oldest Denomination Faces Split Over LGBT Issues
With dozens of congregations already on their way out, the Reformed Church in America anticipates “difficult decisions” at its postponed General Synod this week.
Pew: US, France, and Korea Are Most Divided—Especially over Religion
Pew: US, France, and Korea Are Most Divided—Especially over Religion
Survey of almost 19,000 adults in 17 nations examines societal conflict between different religions, political parties, races and ethnicities, and urban and rural communities.
Christians Welcome Coup in Guinea
Christians Welcome Coup in Guinea
After yet another military overthrow of a democratically elected leader in West Africa, minority evangelicals debate the role of faith in politics.
Evangelism Not a Priority in Canadian Churches
Evangelism Not a Priority in Canadian Churches
Even during crisis of COVID-19, few are finding ways to share their faith, study finds. 
Singer-Songwriter Bruce Cockburn’s Latest Gig? His Church’s Worship Band
Singer-Songwriter Bruce Cockburn’s Latest Gig? His Church’s Worship Band
After decades away from church, the Canadian folk rocker joined a congregation in San Francisco—without mentioning his musical fame.
Died: Evelyn Mangham, Who Convinced Evangelicals to Welcome Refugees
Died: Evelyn Mangham, Who Convinced Evangelicals to Welcome Refugees
After 20 years in Vietnam with the Christian and Missionary Alliance, she saw caring for those displaced by war as simple obedience to Jesus.
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