NASHVILLE (BP) -- On Monday (Nov. 18), the popular U.S. fast food chain, Chick-fil-A, Inc., announced a new policy concerning its charitable giving to take effect in 2020. It will will focus the company's charitable donations on the areas of hunger, homelessness and education.
(RNS) — As the impeachment hearings proceed on Capitol Hill, it's astonishing to follow the reactions to the developments on social media, where the constant stream of tweets, likes, comments, and shares is apparently further polarizing the American electorate.
Chick-fil-A Inc. said its philanthropic arm will not donate next year to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes or the Salvation Army — which espouse or have been linked to anti-LGBTQ stances — as the chain of chicken restaurants continues to face public pressure about its
Churches must courageously abandon outdated practices and attitudes. Congregations must change drastically in order to touch our world with God’s grace. But sometimes, amid all the pulse-taking, evaluations, strategy planning, and critiquing, we forget to love the church we have.
ANACOCO, La. (Baptist Message) -- Once, Bill Blackmon drove his big rig cross-country in pursuit of big hauls and big bucks. But since 1993, after repenting for salvation at Good Hope Baptist Church in Anacoco, he has been driven by the desire to share Jesus
(RNS) — At “91 and a half,” Joanne Rogers remains a devoted advocate for the legacy of her late husband. Fred Rogers’ widow shared churchgoing traditions and a love for music with her husband, depicted in the new movie, “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.”
The State Council of the People’s Republic of China has added the church where legendary Southern Baptist missionary Lottie Moon was a member during much of her time in the country to a list of major historical and cultural sites protected at the national level.
Heaven is not that place where we get the big house and the wealth of Solomon. Heaven is that place where we will live in the healing, nurture, and undimmed beauty of God's love.
A congregation seeking justice for the tortured and the torturers have had their prayer answered by an unlikely source: Hollywood, writes Seth Kaper-Dale.
A large majority of Americans feel that religion is losing influence in public life, according to a 2019 Pew Research Center survey. While some say this is a good thing, many more view it as a negative development, reflecting the broad tendency of Americans to