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Nine Years, 782,000 Words Later, South Carolina Woman Completes Handwritten Bible
Caroline Campbell’s project aims to inspire Christians to learn Scripture and see disabilities as a gift to the church.
Study: Regular Bible Readers Experienced More Stress in 2020, But Also More Hope
In times of trials, Scripture strengthened and encouraged.
Tulsa Church Ledger Preserves Stories of Faith After Historic Massacre
For 100th anniversary, the Museum of the Bible restored the “Book of Redemption.”
No White Saviors: How Suburban Minneapolis Churches Learned to Help
After George Floyd's death, white and Black congregations partnered to serve the city.
Study: Trauma-Informed Bible Reading Reduces Depression, Anxiety, Anger
Research in Virginia jail could help churches deal with emotional impact of the pandemic.
How Seven Soldiers Carried One Bible into 11 Combat Tours
A gift from the Gideons was a good luck charm—and then something more.
Canadian Baptists Push Race Conversation Beyond Black History Month
With new president, Atlantic churches seek fuller reckoning with complicated history.
Black Churches Step in to Help Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines
Florida pilot program could become model for other states.
COVID-19 Hurts. But the Bible Brings Hope.
New study shows Scripture reading correlates with Harvard measures of human flourishing.
Logos Enlists Black Church Leaders to Diversify Bible Study Resources
The collective will bring more African American scholarship to 4.5 million users.
Prayers for Unity in Eastern Washington House Race
Cathy McMorris Rodgers says she wants to bring people together in divisive times.
Creation Care Movement Takes Action with Solar Panels and Petitions
Evangelicals concerned for the environment make strides toward change.
A New Face for Canadian Social Conservatism
Leslyn Lewis is a long shot for party leadership, but she’s showing the country a savvy way to talk about faith in politics.
Baltimore Pastor Sees Long-Term Solution to Food Insecurity: Black Church Farms
Christian food ministries are stretched to the limit by 2020 needs as crises reveal deeper problems.
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