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Changing the Conversation on Climate Change
Q&A with evangelical organizer Tori Goebel on the difference 10 years makes and how a rising generation of Christians is looking for “avenues for action.”
Southern Baptist Church Planter Killed in Plane Crash
Clint Clifton coached Christians to multiply and fulfill the Great Commission.
Died: Jack Hayford, Pentecostal Pastor Who Wrote ‘Majesty’
Foursquare leader put emphasis on praise and penned the most popular church song of the 1990s.
How We Read the Bible Now
Fewer people are using more types of media to access Scripture.
Nicaraguan President Closes Christian Nonprofits
And other news briefs from Christians around the world.
Christian Fiction Queen Says Goodbye to Hallmark, Hello to Karen Kingsbury Productions
As novelists embrace entrepreneurship, they find ways to take more control.
We Three Kings? Interpretations of the Magi ‘Traverse Afar’
Q&A with religious studies scholar Eric Vanden Eykel on the history, mystery, memes, and meaning of the wise men in the Book of Matthew.
Gordon College Settles with Professor It Said Was a Minister
State judge says the school’s legal strategy was a mistake.
Matt Chandler Restored to Ministry After Three Months
The Village Church offers few details about process it says was successful.
Died: Jason David Frank, Power Ranger Who Pointed to Christ’s Power
He trusted in God's strength because “Jesus didn’t tap.”
Lawsuit: Vineyard Anaheim Exit Was About Money, Not Holy Spirit
Carol Wimber-Wong and eight former members accuse Dwelling Place pastors of $62 million fraud.
Prayer and Forgiveness Offered at Texas Execution
And other brief news from Christians around the world.
The Season’s Greeting Most Preferred for Happy Holidays? ‘Merry Christmas.’
Americans expected to send 1.6 billion cards this year, continuing Victorian-era tradition.
Died: Michael Gerson, Speechwriter Who Crafted Faith-Inspired Language for George W. Bush
The one-time theology student believed politics should have “heroic ambition,” and speeches should be written, on occasion, for the angels.
‘Nondenominational’ Is Now the Largest Segment of American Protestants
US Religion Census finds independent congregations have surged in the last decade.
Republicans Win on Inflation but Lose on Abortion
Prayed-for midterm “red wave” fails to materialize.
Christian Nationalism Debates Expose Clashing Views of Power
As American evangelicals head to the polls, they disagree about the meaning of the contested phrase.
Died: Gordon Fee, Who Taught Evangelicals to Read the Bible ‘For All Its Worth’
A New Testament “scholar on fire,” he believed Scripture was an encounter with God.
This Is Not the Most Important Election of Our Lives
Michael Wear, founder of the Center for Christianity and Public Life, on the state of American politics, what’s at stake in the midterms, and the temptation to “ultimatize” our issues.
Billy Graham Gets State-of-the-Art Archive
A new research facility gathers the full documentary record of the evangelist's life work to make the case for his continued relevance.