- Kanakuk Kamps Abuse Reexamined In New ReportEleven years later, an investigation by David and Nancy French plus a site for victims try to grasp the extent of predatory behavior by a longtime camp director.
- Around America’s ‘Christmas City,’ Rural Churches Left Heartbroken by COVID-19Congregations in Noel and Neosho, Missouri—one diverse and one mostly white—grapple with the strain of the pandemic.
- Died: Darrin Patrick, Who Used His Fall and Restoration to Help Struggling Pastors(UPDATED) The St. Louis pastor spoke up about the difficulties faced by leaders and critiqued “celebrity culture” in ministry.
- Play On: Supreme Court Gives Christian Schools a Big VictoryTrinity Lutheran ruling defends religious institutions from discrimination in certain public benefits.
- Neil Gorsuch’s First Religious Liberty Case Is a Playground FightEvangelicals eye how new Supreme Court justice will impact this term’s only remaining church-state case.
- Rebuilding Ferguson, Residents Seek Local LeadershipPastors, ministry leaders, and others emphasize community-led efforts.
- When Black Victims Become Trending HashtagsAfrican Americans are speaking out against modern-day racism. But who's listening?
- Missouri to Vote on Prayer Amendment as Critics Warn of Legal NightmaresThe vote tomorrow highlights religious freedom and questions of interpretation.
- What’s More Important than Church Doctrine?Can the justices decide an employment case without making religious decisions? Says Breyer: 'This is tough and I'm stuck.'
- Baptist Fellowship Offering Cash Incentives to Churches Considering Female PastorsWhy leaders are willing to pay expenses for search committees that consider women for church leadership.