- Company that Trademarked ‘Worship Leader’ Makes Others Drop the TermPopular meme accounts lose social media pages after being reported by Authentic Media, which says it coined the phrase.
- The Bible Gives Investors Like Me a New Perspective on RiskIf we believe all that God promises, we won’t always opt for playing it safe.
- In Christian Publishing, ‘Platform’ Is Being Weighed and Found WantingFavoring big-name authors and “influencers” might be good for the bottom line, but not always for the books—and readers—themselves.
- 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.
- Something Old, Something New. Something Borrowed, Something Pew.Traditional church seating gets a second life at outdoor weddings.
- New York City’s Largest Evangelical Church Plans Billion-Dollar DevelopmentThe Brooklyn congregation and its pastor A.R. Bernard hope the Jane Jacobs–inspired urban village will be a model for other cities.
- This Side of Eden, the Ideal Bookstore Doesn’t ExistAs a longtime Christian bookseller, I figured I’d enjoy a fellow bookseller’s ode to browsing, buying, and reading. Here’s why it left me feeling conflicted.
- Saving Local Media Outlets Is a Way to Love Your NeighborAs Good News people, these Christians are fighting to revive community-centered journalism.
- Should We Keep Singing Hillsong?When the megachurch’s former pastors are in the news with allegations of scandal and abuse, what a contentious name it is.español简体中文한국어繁體中文
- Health Care Sharing Ministry Sharity Leaves 10K Families with Millions in Unpaid BillsThe network went bankrupt in the face of ongoing legal challenges, and regulators don’t expect members will receive the $50 million-plus they’re owed.