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Cedarville President Reinstated Despite ‘Clouding’ Former Employee’s Past Abuse
Trustees release a summary of findings from an internal investigation, while a pastor who oversaw the restoration process resigns.
Leaving Liberty
After a decade of declining black enrollment on campus, a tweet set off several recent departures among black students and staff.
The Songs and Scriptures of George Floyd’s Houston Funeral
His final memorial echoed biblical themes of justice accompanied by the “full soundscape of gospel history.”
Tim Keller Asks for Prayers for Pancreatic Cancer
The New York pastor and author announced his diagnosis Sunday and begins chemo next week.
Southern Baptists See Biggest Drop in 100 Years
As baptisms and membership continue to decline, top SBC leader challenges the annual report process.
American Bible Society Responds to Trump Photo Op: Scripture Is ‘More than a Symbol’
Ministry launches free Bible giveaway to encourage the country to open the Word.
George Floyd Left a Gospel Legacy in Houston
As a person of peace, “Big Floyd” opened up ministry opportunities in the Third Ward housing projects.
In Inner-City Black Churches: More Grief, Fewer Resources, Stronger Faith
How the pandemic concentrated pressures on small churches—and how the body of Christ is stepping up to help, one $3,000 grant at a time.
Relevant Details Missing as Cameron Strang Returns
The Christian magazine had halted publication without informing subscribers and has shared little about its founder’s sabbatical.
Beyond Cedarville: Why Do Pastors Keep Getting Rehired After Abuse?
Victims’ advocates caution institutions against plans to “restore” fallen leaders.
COVID-19 Shutdowns Are Shifting Seminary Education
With layoffs at Fuller and Southern, theological schools navigate financial pressures to keep training “spiritual responders.”
Easter Was the Bible App’s Biggest Day Ever
During the locked-down holiday, 40.6 million people read Scripture on the popular app.
Is It Manna from Heaven, Money from Washington, or Both?
Leaders consider stimulus loan options, and Christians rally to fund grants for struggling churches.
Christian Concert Booker at Fault in $3 Million Fraud
Court finds Lighthouse Events used ministry funds to repay expensive short-term loans instead.
Asian Americans Call on the Church to Preach Against Coronavirus Racism
Hundreds of Christian leaders sign a landmark statement denouncing a spike in xenophobia.
Most Pastors Bracing for Months of Socially Distant Ministry
Barna findings show the toll of the coronavirus crisis is setting in week over week.
With Conferences Canceled, UMC Split and SBC Votes Wait for Next Year
Besides budget approvals, most denominational business can be rescheduled.
ECFA Names New President
The former VP takes over following its 40th anniversary and record membership growth despite last year’s Harvest Bible Chapel controversy.
When God Closes a Church Door, He Opens a Browser Window
Platforms, apps, and networks once built as a supplement to in-person gatherings have become the primary point of connection for millions.
After COVID-19 Diagnosis, Sandi Patty Urges Christians to Take Pandemic Seriously
Iconic Christian singer says the new coronavirus is “not fake news.”