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Former SBC Pastor Johnny Hunt Sues Denomination He Once Led
Hunt admits to “kissing and some awkward fondling” but alleges defamation after the account was reported in last year’s Guidepost abuse investigation.
After Pushing for UMC Unity, Former Bishop Joins New Denomination
The Global Methodist Church welcomes Scott Jones, who led Methodists in Texas and had advocated for the “extreme center” and “staying at the table.”
After Chaos and Crisis, Beth Moore Still Finds Refuge in the Church
In a new memoir out this week, the Bible teacher opens up about the abuse of her childhood and the people and God who saved her.
Latino Evangelicals Ask DeSantis to Spare the Life of a Man on Death Row
“We believe in life at all levels and in all circumstances.”
這位身處於創傷知情照顧(Trauma-informed care)第一線的心理學家指出,教會領袖經常選擇保護機構,而不是人。
这位身处于创伤知情照顾(Trauma-informed care)第一线的心理学家指出,教会领袖经常选择保护机构,而不是人。
Evangelicals Fear LGBT Blessings Proposal Would Split the Church of England
Tensions are high at this week’s General Synod, with leaders on both sides frustrated with the suggested compromise on same-sex marriage.
‘He Gets Us’ Super Bowl Ads Part of Billion-Dollar Campaign
Hobby Lobby’s David Green and other Christian funders back three-year effort to reintroduce people to Jesus.
In Kenya, Sign Language Choir Helps Churches Embrace Deaf Culture
Over three decades, the Zion Praise Team has put its faith on display and challenged misconceptions around people with disabilities.
Encuesta: Las iglesias protestantes hispanas son jóvenes, de primera generación y están creciendo
A medida que aumenta la población latina en EE. UU., los investigadores afirman que sus congregaciones destacan en el fomento de la comunidad y la captación de nuevos miembros.
Survey: Hispanic Protestant Churches Are Young, First Gen, and Growing
As the Latino population climbs in the US, researchers say their congregations excel at fostering community and engaging new people.
United Methodists Lose 1,800 Churches in Split Over LGBT Stance
The initial departures, mostly concentrated in the South, represent around 6 percent of the denomination—not as dramatic as the “schism” some feared.
Work Hard, Pray Hard: How Pentecostalism Took Off Among California Laborers
Mexican Americans looked to the vibrant faith for hope, healing, and respite, writes scholar Lloyd Barba.
Fired Baptist Nurse Sues CVS After Refusing to Prescribe Birth Control, Abortion Drugs
The pharmacy chain, featuring in-store MinuteClinics, dropped its religious accommodation in 2021.
Diane Langberg: The Church ‘Utterly Failed’ God in Its Abuse Response
The psychologist at the forefront of trauma-informed care calls out leaders for protecting institutions over people.
The State of Quiet Time: Who’s Most Likely to Practice Daily Devotions
Survey finds that two-thirds of churchgoers set aside time with God at least every day, but practices vary.
Urbana 22 Attendance Expected to Drop to the Lowest in Decades
InterVarsity leadership says the upcoming missions conference will draw around 6,000 people, a fraction of pre-pandemic crowds.
Former Southern Seminary Prof Sues SBC Leaders for Labeling Him an Abuser
David Sills admitted to misconduct but claims he has been “falsely attacked” by Southern Baptists and their investigative firm.
Will Elon Musk Welcome The Babylon Bee Back to Twitter?
The increasingly political Christian satire site hasn’t been able to tweet since March, but the platform’s new owner is a fan of the Bee and free speech.
More Americans Want Their Church to Share Their Politics
Over half say they believe their congregation is politically unified already.

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Gen Z Christians Want Leaders to Keep It Real
Gen Z Christians Want Leaders to Keep It Real
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