From practicing a technology sabbath to instituting an intentional rest on an alternate day of the week, Jewish and Christian sabbath-keepers talk about the benefits.
Schools in Canada and the U.S. have made different choices on codes of conduct and position statements related to human sexuality.
The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada and others are welcoming changes to the federal government’s summer jobs program that remove language interpreted by many to require support for abortion.
A one-day summit on sexual abuse organized by the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College featured writers, leaders, and pastors sharing stories and asking the church to do better.
Church Worldwide: November 9 marked the 20th anniversary of the International Religious Freedom Act. Sam Brownback, U.S. ambassador for religious freedom, spoke at an event hosted by the Religious Freedom Institute and Baylor University in Washington D.C.
“Luther: The Rock Opera” debuted to about 600 people last year at the the Stadthaus Theater in Wittenberg. This fall, Lost and Found band brought performances to five cities across the U.S. Midwest.
According to analysis by Matthew Soerens of World Relief, the number of Christian refugees coming to the United States from the countries where Christians are most persecuted has dropped dramatically.
Eugene Peterson, the best-selling author of The Message and longtime pastor praised as a “shepherd’s shepherd,” passed away Monday Oct. 22 at age 85.
When Winnie Muchuba was invited to be part of a Catholic refugee center's pilgrimage to Rome, her worshiping community at Jubilee Fellowship Christian Reformed Church in St. Catharines, Ont., rejoiced with her and prayed for her on her way.
Billy Graham, a religious phenomenon who became a household name and preached to multitudes of people across the globe, died Wednesday after more than a half-century of ministry.
Travel bans and changes to the numbers of refugee admissions under the Trump administration have affected many Christian and faith-based resettlement organizations in the U.S.
- A third undocumented Indonesian has sought sanctuary in his New Jersey church, saying he fears deportation to his native country because Christians suffer persecution there.
- The American Psychological Association’s newest “Stress in America” survey of 3,440 adults shows the public’s overall stress level remains the same as last year’s.