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A Handful of Churches Split from the Christian and Missionary Alliance over Women in Ministry
New position on ordination and titles pushed some “beyond where their convictions would allow them to go.”
Evangelical Colleges Celebrate Best-Ever Enrollment Numbers
Students impacted by pandemic isolation seem drawn to Christian communities and education.
How Asbury Marketing Navigated the Potential Pitfalls of Revival Fame
“This was not ours. And we don’t take credit.”
Wheaton College Releases Report on Its History of Racism
Task force and trustees call for community repentance, starting with a change to the name of the library.
Praise Him with Harp and Tuba?
When SBC worship leaders look to their congregations for musical talent, this is what they find.
Stowaway Pastor Survives Atlantic Crossing
And other brief news stories from Christians around the world.
Died: ‘Jesus Calling’ Devotional Author Sarah Young
The missionary wife’s “listening prayers” comforted and inspired millions.
Covenant Families Frustrated by Tennessee’s Failure to Pass New Gun Laws
Special legislative session ends without measures to prevent mass shootings at schools.
Apologetics TV Ministry Loses Financial Accreditation Over Fundraising
‘The John Ankerberg Show’ kept 80 percent of money raised for audio Bibles.
15 Percent of Churches Laid Off Staff in COVID-19. Many Are Still Looking for Work.
For some, pandemic firing prompted a turn to secular employment.
Lawsuit Seeks Information about Missing Malaysian Pastor
And other brief news stories from Christians around the world.
Died: Carmel Jones, Black Banker for British Pentecostals
With a vision of Jesus, he started a credit union that enabled dozens of churches to buy buildings.
On Stage and in Theaters, Corrie ten Boom Testifies Again
How Rabbit Room playwright A.S. Peterson adapted ‘The Hiding Place’ for a new generation.
Died: Stuart Epperson, Who Put Preachers and Political Talk on the Nation’s Radio Waves
The cofounder of Salem Media Group built an “empire of influence” broadcasting religious and political conservatives.
Soul Survivor Founder Resigns Amid Ongoing Investigation
Matt Redman and more than 100 others have accused Mike Pilavachi of physical and spiritual abuse.
Neither Snow Nor Rain Nor Sabbath: Supreme Court Delivers a Victory to Christian Postal Worker
Update: Justices unanimously side with an evangelical who argued for accommodation of his Sabbatarian beliefs.
Church Shooting Victims to Receive $144.5 Million
And other news briefs from Christians around the world.
Where Pro-Choice Groups Chose Vandalism
Pregnancy centers were attacked in 24 states in the aftermath of the Supreme Court decision on abortion rights.
Nondenominational Churches Are Growing and Multiplying in DC
The city some dismiss as “The Swamp” is fertile ground for evangelicals.
Died: ‘The Hiding Place’ and ‘The Cross and the Switchblade’ Coauthor Elizabeth Sherrill
“She knew how to tell a story with power.”