MORROW, Ga. (BP) -- Jack Harwell, editor of The Christian Index for 21 years during his 30 years with Georgia Baptists' newsjournal, died Jan. 18 at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta.
In an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network on Wednesday (Jan. 30), White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said that God “wanted Donald Trump to become president” so he could support “a lot of the things that people of faith really care about.”
ATLANTA (BP) -- For Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Brandin Cooks, Sunday's Super Bowl is an opportunity for redemption. Cooks was part of the New England Patriots in last year's Super Bowl but left the game prematurely in the second quarter with a concussion. He never
WASHINGTON (RNS) — At the opening session of the three-day Presidents Conference of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities conference on Wednesday (Jan. 30), attendees heard from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos. Both spoke of their faith as an
Through stewardship, faith communities and the people who lead them have the opportunity to truly invite others to discern purpose and make meaning in their lives. The language that we use to describe the work we are called to do really matters
President Trump has embraced proposals in six states to offer classes in biblical literacy. Let me state, at the outset, that this is a bad idea -- in practical terms, and for political reasons.
Feb. 2 marks the 76th anniversary of the sinking of the SS Dorchester, a transport ship taking hundreds of troops to Greenland during World War II. Among the 672 who died in the U-Boat attack in 1943 were four Army chaplains who, many survivors said, brought calm to the
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Starting Jan. 1, books, songs and films now entering public domain include iconic 1923 works with religious content, including “The Pilgrim,” with Charlie Chaplin; Universal Studios’ “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” starring Lon Chaney; and Cecil B. DeMille’s film “The Ten Commandments,"