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9 in 10 Evangelicals Don’t Think Sermons Are Too Long
Even with recent divides in congregations, survey finds high levels of satisfaction among churchgoers.
Church Leaders Are Still Waiting for Volunteers to Come Back
Gallup survey found involvement in religious service dropped again in 2021.
Big Daddy Weave Bassist Jay Weaver Dies at 42
Weaver, who lost both his legs in 2016, spoke and sung of God’s faithfulness during two decades of health struggles.
State of Giving: Pandemic Trends Defy Ministry Expectations
Camps and conferences, a sector that had been dramatically affected by COVID-19 shutdowns, actually saw the biggest boost in funds and historic levels of support.
Josh Duggar Found Guilty in Child Sex Abuse Materials Case
Advocate: “The right result happened not because of the faith community, not the family, or even the church.”
Vaccine Debates Are Responsible for 2021’s Fastest-Growing Bible Search Term: Sorcery
Does Scripture warn about Big Pharma? Endorse mask-wearing? Christians Googled for answers in 2021.
Supreme Court Abortion Case Holds Signs of Hope for Pro-Life Evangelicals
The conservative-majority Supreme Court appeared willing to side with Mississippi’s abortion ban, which restricts beyond what “Roe v. Wade” allows.
Liverpool Bombing Case Reignites Controversy over Refugee Conversions
The alleged attacker was baptized and confirmed in the Church of England several years ago amid a quest for asylum in the UK.
The Pastors Aren’t All Right: 38% Consider Leaving Ministry
As the pandemic has gone on, burnout continues to take its toll on church leaders.
Seminaries, Ministries Resume Lawsuits to Block Biden Vaccine Mandate
UPDATE: Southern Seminary and Asbury Seminary are among large Christian employers arguing that the requirement represents government overreach and a First Amendment violation.
As Students Rally for Victims, Liberty Board Approves Title IX Review
(UPDATED) The Justice for Janes movement has brought forth allegations of mishandled abuse cases and coverup and challenged the university to improve its response.
T4G Conference Will End in 2022
With another cofounder leaving, Together for the Gospel prepares for its final event.
Most Americans Feel Safe Going Back to Church, Pew Reports
Plus, regular attendees trust their pastor’s vaccine advice more than almost any other source.
Ronnie Floyd Resigns from SBC Executive Committee
The EC president and CEO says he “will not and cannot” lead after its vote to waive attorney-client privilege.
Southern Baptists Agree to Open Up to Abuse Investigation
Executive Committee decision comes after weeks of heated debate and division.
Pat Robertson Retires from The 700 Club at 91
The outspoken host and pioneering Christian broadcaster has been the face of CBN since its founding 60 years ago.
SBC Executive Committee Balks at Directive to Open Up to Abuse Investigation
Leaders are still debating whether to hand over privileged materials as survivors and the majority of their own denomination have requested.
‘Political Evangelicals’? More Trump Supporters Adopt the Label
Surveys show evangelical identity holding steady over the last presidency, but with more complicated partisan connotations for the church.
Died: Marilyn Laszlo, Bible Translator Who Inspired Missionaries to ‘Come By Here’
The passionate storyteller spent nearly a quarter century developing written language and Scripture for a Papua New Guinea village.
Colorado Christian School Faces Shutdown Threat Over COVID-19 Response
After a recent outbreak, leaders say they’re prioritizing parental decision-making over county protocols on masking and social distancing.
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