Despite the terrible impact of COVID-19 on us, in what ways could the coronavirus change work, families and church for the better? Where are the opportunities and graces?
This week the Baptist World Alliance hosted its first virtual General Council, including an officer installation and commissioning service on Thursday (July 23). During the session, Tomás Mackey of Argentina assumed the role of BWA president and will serve a five-year term.
D.L. Mayfield is quick to admit the “wall of moms” gathered in protest in Portland, Oregon, was a publicity tactic. But it also had an important goal.
After Mike Liles found his wife dead on the kitchen floor in 2017 the family opted for restorative justice over the death penalty for the killer. What happened next made them question the very meaning of justice.
When critics want to call attention to the alleged war between the Catholic Church and science, they invariably cite the story of Galileo. Why? Because there are few other such stories to tell.
Americans have been debating where to draw the line between religion and government since the country’s founding. And even as the percentage of religiously unaffiliated Americans rises, church and state remain intertwined in many ways – often with the public’s support.
Lazarus Chakwera, an Assemblies of God minister and alumnus of TEDS and Haggai International, hopes his servant leadership will restore faith in government of struggling country.
We are living in a historic moment. But will we record our memories for future generations to understand life and faith during coronavirus? Ken Satterfield offers suggestions on journaling during this pandemic.
With a recent Supreme Court ruling, so long as teachers perform some religious role, the school can consider them ministers, in which case they are no longer protected from discrimination.
After nearly a decade of being caught in the middle of Syria’s bloody civil war, the reopening of one of the Maronite Cathedral of Saint Elijah, in the Al Jdeydeh suburb of Aleppo, provided a sliver lining for the beleaguered community. Read full piece