(ChurchLeaders) The storm on the U.S. Capitol Building on January 6th have many asking what Christian nationalism is.
(ChurchLeaders) As Martin Luther King Jr. Day approaches, two pastors will join the mayor of San Francisco to host a virtual teach-in honoring King’s legacy.
(Sports Spectrum) Solder cited his son Hudson’s battle with a rare kidney cancer, and his own previous bout with testicular cancer.
(The Christian Post) North Point Ministries, led by Pastor Andy Stanley, has announced a “phased approach” to reopening in-person Sunday services.
(Fox News) Boy was forced to do planks for 30 minutes at a time, authorities said.
(LifeSiteNews) Since Wednesday, more than twenty companies have suspended contributions to Republican members of congress who maintained objections to some of Biden’s electoral votes.
(LifeSiteNews) While the document has not yet become mandatory for schools across the state, the public consultation period ends on February 3.
(CBN News) The cost: nearly two trillion dollars.
(Christian Headlines) One Kentucky megachurch pastor has come under fire after he called for a curse against those who – he says – “stole” the 2020 presidential election from President Trump
(RNS) An Israeli government initiative to help vaccinate Holocaust survivors worldwide against COVID-19 is drawing praise for its intentions, but also skepticism.
The Rev. Silvester S. Beaman is the pastor of the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Wilmington, Delaware, a predominantly Black church.
(RNS) At a virtual news conference on Wednesday Rev. Stephen “Cue” Jn-Marie of the advocacy group Clergy for Black Lives condemned events led by musician Sean Feucht.