Columnist Heather Feeler reflects on leading a small group of girls from her church in helping with a Habitat for Humanity build as part of a stay-in-town mission trip week.
Two significant, global religious bodies on Thursday (Aug. 27) called on Christians to band together to fight “sins” laid bare or aggravated by the pandemic, including racism and economic injustice.
Throughout Latin America, evangelical churches have flouted public health guidelines by holding in-person services, or have personally ministered to church members in homes and other settings. In at least two countries, evangelical pastors have died in alarming numbers during the pandemic.
It’s tempting to watch Jerry Falwell’s fall and, well, cheer or snicker. After all, he’s done much to hurt the witness of Christianity with his history of hateful rhetoric and partisanship politics — not to mention the sordid details of the scandal that did him
At least 180 individuals were enslaved by William & Mary from the college’s founding in 1693 until the Civil War. On Tuesday (Aug. 25), the school approved a final design for a memorial to them and announced that it had secured all of the funding
After the massive explosion on Aug. 4 in Beirut, Lebanon, some mental health professionals have offered to help those grappling with the shock and trauma of a blast that devastated a people wearied by severe economic turmoil and the coronavirus pandemic and related hardship.
Jerushah Dufor argues that by supporting Donald Trump, evangelical leaders are failing us and failing the gospel. And she says Christian women must step up where our church leaders won't.Read full piece
While millions of Americans watch the Republican National Convention, a smaller group of Republicans, former Republicans, and independents is tuning in to a counter-convention — one they hope might put the United States on what they consider a more principled path.
Over the years, throngs of protesters — many of them people of faith — have assembled to remember the March on Washington. This year, the gatherings will both resemble and differ from the first one on Aug. 28, 1963.