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Black Church to National Park Service: Give Us Stones of Remembrance
Black denominational leaders have formally asked for a national monument to the 1908 Springfield race riot, and a new national survey reveals more public lands Black clergy want memorialized.
Fuller Theological Seminary Names New President
The seminary’s sixth leader, David Emmanuel Goatley, is an academic, pastor, and missions agency leader rooted in the Black church.
Prison Ministries Try to Break Back in After COVID-19
Staffing shortages and ongoing pandemic restrictions have kept volunteers out—and left the incarcerated craving the kind of spiritual support they had before.
Americans Forgot How Long Refugee Resettlement Takes
One year into the biggest US refugee wave since the Vietnam War, Christians are trying to buy Afghan immigrants more time.
The Village Church Settles Abuse Complaint
The Southern Baptist congregation led by Acts 29 president Matt Chandler maintained it hadn’t done anything wrong, infuriating the family of the victim.
New York City’s Largest Evangelical Church Plans Billion-Dollar Development
The Brooklyn congregation and its pastor A.R. Bernard hope the Jane Jacobs–inspired urban village will be a model for other cities.
Did the Best Chess Player in the World Just Give Up?
Magnus Carlsen challenges our understanding of both human greatness and limitation.
Lawsuit Alleges Billionaire’s Christian Foundation Engaged in Self-Dealing
A former director of Bill Hwang’s investment firm, seeking millions in compensation, said Grace and Mercy was used as a financial “escape pod.”
New York Shuts Down Embattled Olivet University Campus
After a money laundering case and dozens of lawsuits, the Christian college founded by David Jang is under new scrutiny from Christian accreditors.
The Pro-Life Movement Faces Blue State Backlash
As the national pro-life movement celebrated, activists opposing abortion in blue states watched years of setbacks happen in a few days. Still, they are finding different ways of winning.
Presbyterian Church in America Leaves National Association of Evangelicals
The PCA has been connected with the NAE since the denomination's founding, but has always fought about it.
Can the Church Still Enact Justice When a Pastor Sues His Accusers?
The PCA takes up the case of a church leader who responded to sexual harassment claims with a defamation lawsuit against his accusers.
Who Will Pay Africa’s Medical Bills?
Locals are increasingly running African mission hospitals. The next challenge: keeping foreign donors.
Buffalo’s Black Christians Grieve the ‘Evil Among Us’
Angry but not shocked at racist violence, the victims' families at funerals this week have a prayer: Let these deaths not be in vain.
The Supreme Court Leak Was an Unplanned Complication for Pregnancy Centers
Caught in a national firestorm, Christian groups focus on local needs of women preparing for babies.
Billionaire Who Invested ‘According to the Word of God’ Charged with Multibillion-Dollar Fraud
Bill Hwang is at the center of what white-collar crime experts see as Wall Street’s biggest indictment since Bernie Madoff.
Pysanky and Prayer: US Churches Use Ukrainian Easter Eggs for Solidarity
Though American churches are trying out the art of making pysanka, Ukrainian Christians say it is not a religious tradition.
Russian American Pastors Combat Propaganda in Their Churches
Tensions are surfacing among Slavic communities in the US, which have ties to both sides of the war in Ukraine.
Ukrainian American Churches Deploy Praise as a Weapon
Evangelical Ukrainian churches in the home of the largest Ukrainian population in the United States wept and prayed Sunday. Having escaped persecution in the Soviet Union themselves, they already have testimonies of God’s faithfulness. 
Christian College Reverts to Bible Degrees After Deep Cuts
In financial trouble, Lincoln Christian University goes back to its roots as a Bible college, dropping most undergraduate majors, athletics, and residential life.