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Died: John Lewis, Preaching Politician and Civil Rights Leader
From Freedom Rides to March on Washington, Selma protest, and House of Congress, he showed that "Sometimes you have to find a way to get in trouble, good trouble."
Christians Find Few Shades of Grey in Book's Popularity
Bestselling "mommy porn" trilogy prompts fresh questions on cultural engagement.
Adventists Call Actions to Allow Women's Ordinations 'Mistakes'
Annual Council votes 264-25 to criticize regional bodies' actions, but not to punish them.
After Meeting with Black Southern Baptists, Richard Land Apologizes Again over Trayvon Martin Comments
The Southern Baptist leader said he has sent a personal letter to President Obama seeking forgiveness.
Methodists Reach Across Historic Racial Boundaries with Communion Pact
Pact unites largely white United Methodist Church with five historically black denominations.
United Methodists Vote to End Guaranteed Clergy Appointments
Clergy appointments have been guaranteed since the 1950s.
White House Releases Public/Private Guidelines for Faith-based Groups
The 50-page report was issued Friday.
Religious Freedom Ambassador Settles into Role, Diplomacy
The former New York Baptist minister promotes international religious freedom.
Franklin Graham Meets with NAACP Leaders after Obama Remarks
Clergy from the NAACP had accused Graham of "bearing false witness."
Billy Graham Evangelistic Association Lays Off 50 Employees
The organization is shifting towards more online evangelism.
Franklin Graham Apologizes for Comments about Obama's Faith
Graham says religion has "nothing to do" with his decision not to support Obama's re-election.
Assemblies of God Starts a Church a Day
The number marks the highest ever recorded for the denomination.
Evangelical Leaders Side with Catholics on Insurance Mandate
Crystal Cathedral Endorses Offer to End Bankruptcy Crisis
(UPDATED) Former Crystal Cathedral congregation swaps properties with local Catholic church
As CBN Turns 50, Pat Robertson Mostly Bows Out of Politics
Clock is Ticking for Religious Freedom Panel
State Dept. Chides Eight Countries on Religious Freedom
Prison Fellowship Lays Off 72, Citing Economy
Poll: Evangelicals See Declining Influence in U.S.
Van Impe leaves TBN over ‘Chrislam’ remarks
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