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Alexander Hamilton Raps His Way to Jesus at Texas Church
Unlicensed production prompts cease-and-desist letter from Broadway musical.
Saddleback Successor Cleared of Allegations of Overbearing Leadership
Search firm Vanderbloemen reviewed texts, emails, and videos but did not talk to former staffer who made accusations against Andy Wood.
Rick Warren Reveals Successor, Retirement Date as Saddleback Church Pastor
Echo Church’s Andy Wood will take over for the well-known pastor and author on September 12.
SBC Task Force Asks for ‘Ministry Check’ Website, Other Reforms to Stop Sexual Abuse
Churches and state conventions would not be required to use resources.
Mark Lowry, Did You Know Your Mary Song Would Be Controversial?
The success of “Mary Did You Know?” is a miracle to the songwriter, three decades later.
Josh McDowell Steps Back from Ministry After Race Remarks
“I made comments about race, the Black family, and minorities that were wrong and hurt many people.”
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.
John Ortberg’s Church Announces New Investigation
Leadership apologizes for lack of transparency that eroded trust.
Willow Creek Announces New Senior Pastor
Michigan megachurch pastor David Dummitt, a Wheaton College graduate, will start this June.
Loving Enemies Is Hard at Post-Impeachment Prayer Breakfast
Trump seems skeptical about Jesus' mandate.
The Co-investment Housing Option for Churches and Pastors
Understanding what could go right and what could go terribly wrong.
Should a Church and Its Pastor Co-Own a Home?
Is this a viable option given the high cost of housing?
America’s Hidden Mission Field: Why We Need Rural Churches
Some rural churches are struggling, but many still have a lot left to give.
The Outsourcing Option
Why your church might want to let an outside pro handle the books.
The #MeToo Movement Has Educated Pastors. And Left Them with More Questions.
More pastors say they are addressing these issues from the pulpit. Still, half say they lack training in how to address sexual and domestic violence.
The Changing Dynamics of the Church Treasurer Role
Five key developments that have reshaped the position during the past 25 years.
Many Churchgoers Want Sunday Morning Segregated … by Politics
Survey finds half of Protestants prefer to worship with people who share their views—and half believe they already do.
Willow Creek Elders and Pastor Heather Larson Resign over Bill Hybels
Church leaders apologize to Nancy Ortberg, Nancy Beach, Vonda Dyer, and other women with accusations: “We have no reason not to believe you.”
Hybels Heir Quits Willow as New Accusations Arise Before Global Leadership Summit
Teaching pastor Steve Carter resigns after New York Times article; GLS had already lost 111 host sites.
Prosperity Gospel Taught to 4 in 10 Evangelical Churchgoers
Survey finds most Protestants believe God wants them to prosper financially. But views diverge on whether they must tithe to receive it.
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