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Week of January 16, 2022

9 in 10 Evangelicals Don’t Think Sermons Are Too Long
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.

Week of January 9, 2022

Faith Leads Doctor Back to Zimbabwe
Faith Leads Doctor Back to Zimbabwe
Amid ongoing turmoil in national health system, orthopedic surgeon practices “practical Christianity.”
Church Leaders Are Still Waiting for Volunteers to Come Back
Church Leaders Are Still Waiting for Volunteers to Come Back
Gallup survey found involvement in religious service dropped again in 2021.
Died: George O. Wood, Who Led the Assemblies of God into Growth
Died: George O. Wood, Who Led the Assemblies of God into Growth
As general superintendent, he brought women and minorities into leadership, added “compassion” to the denomination’s constitution, and set ambitious goals for church planting.
As COVID-19 Death Tolls Rise, More Americans Want Religious Funerals
As COVID-19 Death Tolls Rise, More Americans Want Religious Funerals
The trend toward secular memorials reverses for the first time in a decade.
The Potter’s House Denver Sells Property, Goes Virtual
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.
How ‘Christian’ Overtook the ‘Protestant’ Label
How ‘Christian’ Overtook the ‘Protestant’ Label
When given the option, most younger believers go for a broader term.

Week of January 2, 2022

Reformed Church in America Splits as Conservatives Form New Denomination
Reformed Church in America Splits as Conservatives Form New Denomination
As Alliance of Reformed Churches begins, some who remain in the RCA are concerned for the small, nearly 400-year-old denomination’s survival.
Why Latino Christians Treasure January 6
Why Latino Christians Treasure January 6
Christian leaders in the US on how el Día de los Reyes (Three Kings Day) brings them closer to their heritage and God.
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Big Daddy Weave Bassist Jay Weaver Dies at 42
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.
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