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Montenegro’s Churches Get a Religious Freedom Do-Over
Montenegro’s Churches Get a Religious Freedom Do-Over
Property dispute between Orthodox church and government that sparked mass protests in the Balkans ends—for now—with a strengthening of religious rights for evangelicals and other faiths.
SBC President’s Church Reinvestigates Bryan Loritts’s Abuse Response
SBC President’s Church Reinvestigates Bryan Loritts’s Abuse Response
Seven months after hiring Loritts as executive pastor, the Summit Church has commissioned an independent review of how he handled voyeurism incidents at his former church.
How Can Christians Stand Against Abortion During the Biden Administration?
How Can Christians Stand Against Abortion During the Biden Presidency?
Advocates offer strategies to uphold the sanctity of the unborn even without the support of Congress and the White House.
Word or Deeds: Shiite Firebrand Pledges to Restore Iraqi Christian Property
Word or Deeds: Shiite Firebrand Pledges to Restore Iraqi Christian Property
Christians welcome the “solidarity” of controversial anti-American politician and militia leader in advance of expected visit by Pope Francis.
Immigration Ministries Praise Biden’s Day One Priority
Immigration Ministries Praise Biden’s Day One Priority
Proposed legislation would give 11 million a path to citizenship and prioritize keeping families together.
Biden Invokes Augustine in Call for American Unity
Biden Invokes Augustine in Call for American Unity
Prayers, Bible verses, and reference to the ‘City of God’ set the stage for the inauguration of a Catholic president.
Stephen Lungu, Africa’s Enterprising Evangelist, Dies of COVID-19
Stephen Lungu, Africa’s Enterprising Evangelist, Dies of COVID-19
Coronavirus claims life of Malawi leader known as the “Billy Graham of Africa.”
Two Pastors Join SBC President Race
Two Pastors Join SBC President Race
One is known for his involvement in racial reconciliation efforts, and the other is a founding member of the anti-“woke” Conservative Baptist Network.
Biden’s Big Bible Is Heavy with History, Symbolism
Biden’s Big Bible Is Heavy with History, Symbolism
Experts say the second Catholic president is pointing to American tradition and deep personal roots.
Survey: Black Churches Become a Greater Refuge Amid Political Powerlessness
Survey: Black Churches Become a Greater Refuge Amid Political Powerlessness
In 2020, black churchgoers felt more disempowered than black Americans overall, Barna Group reports.
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