Open Doors USA, the U.S.-based arm of the global Christian persecution watchdog, has parted ways with Open Doors International and relaunched this month as Global
Doug Baum has a warning for any church planning to do a live nativity: Watch out for the sheep. “They’re like little tanks,” said Baum,
Former Southern Baptist Convention President Johnny Hunt plans a return to ministry after completing a restoration process overseen by four pastors, according to a video
In the twilight of his 99 years, Billy Graham met with Duke Divinity School historian Grant Wacker, who was writing a biography of the famous evangelist.
Dan Busby, who was president of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability for more than a decade, has died after a months-long bout with cancer.
America has long prided itself on being a country where people can choose whatever religion they like. The majority has long chosen Christianity. By 2070,
Washington legal battle pits Christian college against state over religious rights, hiring practices
Washington attorney general Bob Ferguson has filed to dismiss a lawsuit against him from Seattle Pacific University, a private school associated with the Free Methodist
Since the passage of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, health care sharing ministries sprang up as more affordable options to the policies offered by
Thirty-one United Methodist churches in western North Carolina are demanding they be allowed to leave the United Methodist Church and have hired a Florida legal
Since Truett McKeehan, an aspiring rapper, died at age 21 in 2019 after an accidental drug overdose, his father, the Grammy-winning Christian artist TobyMac (also