- Can the United States Be ‘Forgiven Our Debts’?Even if the debt ceiling resolves, we should consider future generations.
- 18 Christian Colleges Closed Since the Start of COVID-19Enrollment numbers, financial challenges, and the pandemic spelled the end.
- Alliance University’s Financial Woes Threaten AccreditationThe school formerly known as Nyack College has had money troubles for years. But school leadership is optimistic with rising enrollment.
- The King’s College Secures Loan, But Faces Threat of ClosureOne of the few evangelical colleges in New York City is in sudden financial crisis, and students are planning for a possible shutdown.
- Willow Creek Cuts Staff Budget by $6.5 MillionDuring the pandemic, just a couple years after Bill Hybels’s resignation, attendance at the Chicago-area megachurch fell by half.
- How Seminary Downsizing Cuts into CommunitySelling a residential campus comes at the cost of embodied fellowship.
- Facing Financial Challenges, TEDS Cuts Faculty PositionsThe number of full-time students at the evangelical seminary has dropped 44 percent in 20 years.
- Where the Wartime Stock Market Is, There Your Heart Will Be AlsoPutin’s war on Ukraine has thrown the world into economic crisis. How should Christians lament the financial fallout?
- State of Giving: Pandemic Trends Defy Ministry ExpectationsCamps and conferences, a sector that had been dramatically affected by COVID-19 shutdowns, actually saw the biggest boost in funds and historic levels of support.
- Most Pastors Say 2021 Giving Is on TrackBut those who waited longer to resume in-person worship, such as in mainline and African American traditions, still see severe declines in the offering plate.