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Even for Christians, Trump Has Become a Dating Deal-Breaker
Even for Christians, Trump Has Become a Dating Deal-Breaker
More American couples set out to be “equally yoked” on political matters too.
Christian College Grads Care More About Helping, Less About Money
Christian College Grads Care More About Helping, Less About Money
Study suggests religious schools should emphasize distinctives.
Google, Tyson, and Target Rank as Top Corporations for Religious Inclusion
Google, Tyson, and Target Rank as Top Corporations for Religious Inclusion
List highlights the minority of Fortune 100 companies that include faith in diversity initiatives.
SBC Recalls ‘Year of Waking Up’ Since Abuse Investigation
SBC Recalls ‘Year of Waking Up’ Since Abuse Investigation
Attention turns to a committee that could identify offending churches, a new measure put in place following the landmark Houston Chronicle series.
Acts 29 CEO Removed Amid  ‘Accusations of Abusive Leadership’
Acts 29 CEO Removed Amid ‘Accusations of Abusive Leadership’
Steve Timmis was acclaimed for his model of close church community. But former members claim that inside The Crowded House, he resorted to bullying and control.
27 Countries Join International Religious Freedom Alliance
27 Countries Join International Religious Freedom Alliance
Poland will host the next IRF ministerial in Warsaw this summer.
Loving Enemies Is Hard at Post-Impeachment Prayer Breakfast
Loving Enemies Is Hard at Post-Impeachment Prayer Breakfast
Trump seems skeptical about Jesus' mandate.
Split Down the Aisle by Impeachment, Senate Still United in Prayer
Split Down the Aisle by Impeachment, Senate Still United in Prayer
Chaplain balances bipartisan alliances with trust in God’s will.
Closing the Bible Gap in the Gulf
Closing the Bible Gap in the Gulf
One of the world’s best Bible projects serves illiterate Indian migrants in the labor camps of Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, and beyond.
Religious Freedom Comes to Europe’s Second-Newest Nation. But Christians Are Concerned.
Religious Freedom Comes to Europe’s Second-Newest Nation. But Christians Are Concerned.
Montenegro’s Orthodox and evangelicals debate if new religion law is a blessing or a church-stealing curse.
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