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Promise Keepers’ Comeback Event Goes Virtual
Promise Keepers’ Comeback Event Goes Virtual
Tony Evans and Michael W. Smith on the lineup for the first major program of the men’s movement in nearly a decade.
California Court Reissues Rape Charges Against Leader of Mexico’s Largest Church
California Court Reissues Rape Charges Against Leader of Mexico’s Largest Church
Update: After a procedural technicality, the criminal case against the head of La Luz del Mundo continues.
Local Churches Seize the Initiative of Bible Translation
Local Churches Seize the Initiative of Bible Translation
Advances in technology mean Christians without Scripture don't have to wait.
Alabama Pastor Resigns After Praying at KKK Leader’s Birthday
Alabama Pastor Resigns After Praying at KKK Leader’s Birthday
Baptist leaders said the controversy was not good for his church.
John Ortberg Resigns from Menlo Church
John Ortberg Resigns from Menlo Church
Elders cite "pain and broken trust" as the church launches a new investigation of son's volunteer work with children.
‘The Blessing’ Sung Around the World: 100 Virtual Choirs Spread Worship Anthem
‘The Blessing’ Sung Around the World: 100 Virtual Choirs Spread Worship Anthem
How a familiar Old Testament benediction became a viral hit during the pandemic.
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For Third-Party Christians, Some Things Are More Important Than Winning
For Third-Party Christians, Some Things Are More Important Than Winning
Meet the presidential candidates who say they are called to the bottom of the ballot.
Churches Plan to Host Students During Remote Learning
Churches Plan to Host Students During Remote Learning
In some communities, empty buildings and eager youth ministers offer safe places and supervision for families facing school closures.
Supreme Court Rejects Nevada Church’s Appeal to Reopen Like Casinos
Supreme Court Rejects Nevada Church’s Appeal to Reopen Like Casinos
Conservative justices say 50-person limit for houses of worship is “obvious discrimination.”
Hagia Sophia’s Muslim Prayers Evoke Ottoman Treatment of Armenians
Hagia Sophia’s Muslim Prayers Evoke Ottoman Treatment of Armenians
As Turkish president Erdoğan joins hundreds in celebration, Christians in the diaspora mourn their lost homeland and cultural heritage.
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