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Ravi Zacharias’s Daughter Steps Down to Launch New Ministry
Ravi Zacharias’s Daughter Steps Down to Launch New Ministry
Exit appears to mark end of internal struggle over RZIM culture review.
Reformed Church in America Reorganizes Due to LGBT Divides
Reformed Church in America Reorganizes Due to LGBT Divides
As more conservative congregations leave, the small but historic denomination may group by affinity over geography.
Egypt’s President Promotes Religious Choice During Human Rights Rollout
Egypt’s President Promotes Religious Choice During Human Rights Rollout
Some Copts cheer Sisi’s stance and new five-year reform strategy, while others focus on absence of attention to problematic ID cards and reconciliation committees.
17 Haiti Missionaries Kidnapped by Gang After Visiting Orphanage
17 Haiti Missionaries Kidnapped by Gang After Visiting Orphanage
(UPDATED) Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries is praying members of 400 Mawozo would come to repentance and release 16 American and one Canadian adults and children.
Vaccine Campaign at Zimbabwe Churches Praises What’s Done in Secret
Vaccine Campaign at Zimbabwe Churches Praises What’s Done in Secret
Christian health workers and pastors navigate stigma at Apostolic, evangelical, and Methodist congregations.
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.
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