- Lawsuit: Pastor Judah Smith Expects Staff to Leave a ‘Money Trail’Plenty of churches preach about giving 10 percent. But is it legal to make it a condition of employment?
- Gordon College Settles with Professor It Said Was a MinisterState judge says the school’s legal strategy was a mistake.
- State Finds ‘Substantial Evidence’ for Retaliation Charge at Illinois ChurchA firing at Dane Ortlund’s Naperville Presbyterian Church spurred a rare legal determination that could be a useful case study for churches.
- Australian Football Executive Forced to Resign, Prompting Debate about Religious LibertyAndrew Thorburn’s affiliation with an evangelical Anglican church was “a clear conflict of interest,” according to the club’s president
- Our Pulpits Are Full of Empty PreachersTens of thousands of pastors want to quit but haven’t. What has that done to them?Français简体中文Indonesian繁體中文
- Ministries Help Job Seekers Find a Paycheck with a PurposeAfter losing shift work and blue collar jobs during shutdowns, Christians are thinking more carefully about the work of their hands as they reenter the marketplace.
- Liberty’s Former Diversity Officer Sues for $8MThe acting president considered hiring the former NFL player as “among his predecessor’s mistakes.”
- Priesthood of All Professors? Court to Consider ‘Ministerial Exception’ for Gordon CollegeDecision could impact freedom of faculty, ability of evangelical institutions to hire and fire.
- What the Ministerial Exception Will Mean for Religious EmployersFor Christians who despaired over recent Supreme Court rulings, the Our Lady of Guadalupe decision has a lot to offer.
- Welcome, New Pastor, to Our Empty ChurchCongregations and pastoral candidates are adapting the hiring process and getting to know each other online.