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German Homeschoolers Face Deportation After 15 Years in the US
The Christian family says their status has been revoked without warning.
Tony Evans Brings Up the Mixed Emotions of Remarriage After Loss
His engagement announcement reflects the complications of grief and celebration that Christians experience with second marriages.
DeSantis Partners with Pastors in Attempt to Gain on Trump
Even with his new faith coalition and bolder pro-life convictions, few evangelicals are stepping away from the former president and GOP frontrunner.
Wheaton College Releases Report on Its History of Racism
Task force and trustees call for community repentance, starting with a change to the name of the library.
4 in 10 Evangelicals Say They’ve Been Visited by the Dead
Despite Scripture’s warning against communication from beyond the grave, most consider hearing from loved ones to be a comfort in their grief.
Pastor in Trump Indictment Released After Supporters Cover His Bail
Illinois pastor Stephen Lee was back in church on Sunday, thanks in part to fundraising help from a Christian advocacy group.
Christian Standard Bible Finds Its Place in ‘Crowded’ Evangelical Market
The six-year-old CSB translation has recently climbed to the No. 2 spot on monthly bestseller list.
Two Anglican Church Plants Leave for the Episcopal Church
Resurrection South Austin is the latest to go, citing issues around race, women, sexual minorities, and abuse response.
Some Southern Baptist Women Worry About a ‘Narrowing’ Complementarianism
Recent debates have left them discouraged and uncertain about what’s next for female leaders.
Southern Baptists Committed to Abuse Reform. What Happened?
With the female-pastor debate getting the most attention, the slow work to address abuse plods on.
Southern Baptists Reject Rick Warren’s Saddleback Appeal
The move to disfellowship churches with female pastors in top positions has spurred a larger debate.
After Online Debates, Southern Baptists Get Down to Business
Top issues at the annual meeting in New Orleans include Saddleback, female pastors, abuse reform, and entity finances.
Died: Pat Robertson, Broadcast Pioneer Who Brought Christian TV to the Mainstream
With CBN, “The 700 Club,” Regent, the Christian Coalition, and a run for president, he changed evangelicals’ place in public life.
Saddleback Asks Southern Baptists to Overturn Disfellowship Decision
Vote will take place at the SBC annual meeting in June.
Registered Sex Offender Continued to Minister to Chi Alpha Students
Some Texas pastors supported and involved a man they knew was convicted of child sex abuse. Now more victims are coming forward.
After Fasting Deaths, Kenyan Police Find Dozens Buried on Preacher’s Property
Christians and politicians are once again calling for authorities to protect citizens from dangerous faith leaders.
ERLC President, Covenant Parent Urges Tennessee to Pass Proposed Gun Reform
Southern Baptist leader Brent Leatherwood calls on the state to “restrain evil” through Governor Lee’s plan to keep weapons from those deemed a threat to themselves or others.
Liberty Appoints Retired General, Air Force Chaplain as New President
Alumnus Dondi E. Costin steps in to lead years after Jerry Falwell Jr.’s scandal.
Martin Luther King Jr. Looks to God in New Statue
Supporters pray new monument depicting the civil rights leader as a preacher will be part of a bigger revival for peace and unity.
Presbyterian School Mourns 6 Dead in Nashville Shooting
Victims include the head of school and the 9-year-old daughter of the church’s lead pastor.