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Five States to Vote on Abortion Rights This Election Day
Christian pro-life activists have their eyes on a record-high number of ballot measures, including state constitutional amendments.
At Religious Schools, Gen Z Students Are Breaking Mental Health Stigmas
Survey finds they seek counseling and support at higher rates than in secular schools.
Could Roe’s Reversal Slow Global Trends to Legalize Abortion?
Evangelical advocates abroad hold out hope that America’s shift on abortion sets a new standard.
Report Backs Abuse Allegations Against Chris Rice
The singer allegedly groomed students at a Kentucky church through back rubs and unaccompanied sleepovers, according to an investigation by GRACE.
Conservative Methodists Launch Global Methodist Church
The leaner denomination will focus on international partnerships, but many conservatives in Africa are holding out for the much-delayed 2024 conference vote.
Little Church, Big Faith
There are plenty of challenges for small congregations, but they also bring unique strengths.
Why Haven’t There Been Any Evangelicals on the Supreme Court?
With their overlapping views with conservative Catholics, not having a seat on the bench may not matter much.
Anti-Trafficking Ministries Now Fight QAnon Conspiracies Too
Online myths and misinformation are becoming more of a distraction from their work.
The Potter’s House Denver Sells Property, Goes Virtual
The congregation in T. D. Jakes’s network is one of the biggest to shutter its doors due to COVID-19 constraints.
D Is for Discipleship. E Is for Eschaton.
It’s a new golden age of children’s books filled to the brim with theology—and imagination.
New IVP Head Wants to Help More Diverse Readers Believe
Publishing veteran Terumi Echols named the next president of the 75-year-old evangelical book publisher.
Faced with Allegations, Anglicans Want to Change the Trajectory of Abuse Response
Update: Investigation into mishandled case in Wheaton expands with further allegations of abuses of power.
Why Congregations Aren’t Waiting to Leave the United Methodist Church
With a denominational split delayed, some are willing to pay big to exit now.
Andrew Peterson’s Wingfeather Saga Raises $5M for TV Series
On a new platform called Angel Studios, the campaign broke crowdfunding records set by “The Chosen.”
Wheaton’s New Jim Elliot Plaque Does More Than Remove ‘Savage’
The revised memorial takes a longer view at the well-known story of the missionaries killed by the Waorani.
After Three Lockdowns, Irish Churches Can Finally Meet Again
Pastors gear up to welcome evangelicals back to the “greater glory” of church life following 14 months of isolation.
Crisis Chaplains Return to Minneapolis After Daunte Wright Killing
The spiritual care ministry finds itself responding to more situations of “civil unrest” following recent shootings and police killings.
Churches Plunge Ahead with Easter Baptisms
New converts show the impact of distanced discipleship during pandemic shutdowns.
Wheaton Pulls Jim Elliot Missionary Plaque to Reword ‘Savage’ Description
The college plans to update the inscription to “reflect the full dignity” of the Waorani tribe.
A Kentucky Church’s Secret to Handling Abuse Allegations: Humility
Tates Creek Presbyterian won praise for its transparent investigation. Then it had to do it again.
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