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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.
Women’s Conference Funds $1 Million Bible Translation in 5 Hours
IF: Gathering kicks off crowdfunding campaign where donors sponsor a verse a month toward global Scripture access by 2033.
How Can Christians Stand Against Abortion During the Biden Administration?
Advocates offer strategies to uphold the sanctity of the unborn even without the support of Congress and the White House.
Lauren Daigle’s Christmas Cheer Doesn’t Pause for a Pandemic
Ahead of her first televised special, the chart-topping Christian artist told CT her music has taken on special meaning in 2020.
Pro-Life Women Surge in Congress
Even after doubling the number of GOP women in the House, abortion restrictions still face an uphill battle with a Democratic majority.
Ballot Initiatives Could Tighten Abortion Laws in Colorado, Louisiana
Plus voters in several other states weigh in on sex ed, armed defense in churches, and more.
Meet the Evangelicals Who Won’t Vote for Trump, Biden, or Anybody at All
They’re not apathetic. Convicted nonvoters think Christian citizenship calls for a different kind of engagement.
Churches Search for Sounds of Heaven
With growing diversity, evangelical leaders pursue multicultural and international worship music.
Salvation Army Adapts to Historic Demand During Pandemic
One of the country’s top charities has added millions of meals and shelter beds despite a COVID-19 fundraising crunch.
Christian Camps Tried to Keep COVID-19 Away. It Didn’t Always Work.
Can schools learn from summer successes and outbreaks?
‘The Blessing’ Sung Around the World: 100 Virtual Choirs Spread Worship Anthem
How a familiar Old Testament benediction became a viral hit during the pandemic.
Sex Offenders Can Find Hope in Christ But Not Necessarily a Place at Church
Most Christians believe offenders belong at worship. Most congregations aren’t prepared to welcome them.
How a Reformed Facebook Group’s Private Comments Turned Into a Public Dispute
The social media saga involving Aimee Byrd and Genevan Commons calls for discipline, justice, and restoration beyond “cancel culture.”
Supreme Court Dismisses State Ban on Public Funding for Religious Schools
Update: Could a Montana school choice case be the end of Blaine amendments?
Welcome to Christian Camps’ Weirdest, Hardest Summer
More than a hundred sites have called off their peak season, while others reduced and reimagined their staple programs.
Moody Apologizes Over Historical Blackface Photos
The discovery of “deeply offensive” snapshots from 1974 and 1984 spurs a deeper review of racism at the 134-year-old school.
How ‘Way Maker’ Topped the US Worship Charts from Nigeria
Lagos worship leader Sinach penned the pandemic and protest anthem sung by Leeland and Michael W. Smith.
Can Churches Reopen Like Businesses? In Minnesota, Yes. In Nevada, No.
Despite Supreme Court decision, religious liberty advocates clash with states over varying rules.
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