When I came to pastor here more than a decade ago, I wanted to see younger people join the church. But now more than ever, I’m thankful for those wheelchairs.
University of Minnesota couples therapist Bill Doherty, founding therapist for the nonprofit Better Angels, has set out to create a process that could bring passionate partisans together without insulting anybody’s intelligence, and without igniting war.
Pres House, on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, shows what a denomination can do when it focuses on the resources it has, rather than worrying about what it doesn’t have, according to Rev. Mark Elsdon.
The Southern Baptist Convention’s Executive Committee will launch a task force to examine the activities of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, the convention’s public policy organization, fearing controversy over agency head Russell Moore could lead to a drop in donations.
If your familiarity with the Amish doesn’t extend much beyond the image of a bearded man wearing a black hat and driving a horse and buggy, you might believe that members of the traditionalist Christian group reflexively shun all modern technology. You’d be mistaken.
Kentucky Baptist Disaster Relief workers are poised and prepared to begin working in flood-ravaged southeastern Kentucky.
Restrictions and dwindling crowds in religiously diverse places of worship underscore the extent of the scare over the coronavirus outbreak that has permeated many aspects of life in the hard-hit Asian region, where more than 1,500 have already died.
Barraged by hundreds of sex-abuse lawsuits, the Boy Scouts of America filed for bankruptcy protection Tuesday in hopes of working out a potentially mammoth victim compensation plan that will allow the 110-year-old organization to carry on.