‘Work to build a culture of life is far from complete,’ says national March for Life president.
North Korea has returned to the top of the World Watch List with its highest-ever persecution score after an increased number of arrests of Christians under its ‘anti-reactionary thought’ law.
Almost 400 Orthodox Christian theologians from 44 countries convened in the largest international conference of its kind Jan. 12 in Greece.
The Association of Theological Schools reports that professional degrees are attracting a higher percentage of students at theological schools across the U.S. and Canada, while the Master of Divinity is falling off in enrollment.
‘If you kept it online, you probably don’t have a religious education program now,’ Hartford Institute for Religion Research director Scott Thumma said last fall of churches’ youth activities.
A report looking at the religious makeup of the new U.S. Congress finds it predominantly Christian. Among those senators and representatives are Christian Reformed members from Michigan and Iowa.
Benedict XVI, the first pope to resign in 600 years, died Dec. 31 at age 95.
After struggling over wording in a communal prayer, one ecumenical organization is developing new tools to address divides within its own network.
Organizers believe that the lingering effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and a struggling economy have likely caused attendance to falter.
The Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability’s 2022 State of Giving report found that giving to the United States’ largest churches fell by more than 6.6%
Keller said many of his fellow Christians have become afraid to say they are sorry and admit when they are wrong. Others use forgiveness to hide the truth.
Launching the next phase of a global consultation among Catholics, organizers noted a theme in responses: increase the welcome to the church’s tent.
CeCe Winans won two Dove Awards at the 2022 ceremony, including making history as the first Black female soloist to win Artist of the Year.
The seventh-annual theology conference of the Center for Pastor Theologians included speakers Kristin Kobes Du Mez, Russell Moore, Walter Kim, and Karen Swallow Prior.
“It’s definitely a factor,” said a freshman nursing major at Calvin University. “You see it’s a Christian college, and then immediately ask, what kind of Christian college is it?”
A new survey of 1,000 U.S. Protestant pastors finds that half are concerned the economy is hurting their churches.
Criteria for being on the list include filing for or receiving a religious exemption under Title IX, a civil rights in education law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex.
Responses of more than 100 Christian ministry leaders in the U.S. are captured in a new report. Other pastors shared their experiences of pandemic ministry in a Sept. 1 webinar timed with the report’s release.
Queen Elizabeth II, who died Sept. 8, bore the title Supreme Governor of Britain's established church. While her bishops managed the church’s affairs, she often spoke about her faith, explaining how it provided the framework of her life.
The association’s report “Loving the Least of These: Addressing a Changing Environment” lays out the biblical basis for environmental activism.
Leaders of Toronto, Ont.-based The Meeting House call conduct of former pastor Bruxy Cavey sexual abuse, apologize for ‘not using more defined language’ earlier.
Legal action or the threat of it represents a new strategy on behalf of churches that want to join the new Global Methodist Church, a new denomination launched largely over differing beliefs regarding the ordination and marriage of LGBTQ members.
Still leading a weekly online Bible study and participating in the annual meeting of the Christian Community Development Association that he helped to organize decades before, John Perkins continues to mobilize Christian communities.
Having written nearly 40 books across a number of genres: fiction, autobiography, theology, essays, and sermons, Frederick Buechner died Aug. 15.