The dwindling community feels threatened by rising nationalism. Read full piece
The coronavirus is forcing public schools to rethink how they will educate students this fall which, in turn, is forcing churches to rethink how they will minister to neighborhood schools. Read full piece
Arkansas circuit court judge & Baptist pastor Wendell Griffen reflects on push to send children to school amid the coronavirus pandemic — and urges people to resist. Read full piece
Ongoing financial concerns at Christian institutions of higher education across the country have been exacerbated by COVID-19. Read full piece
More than half who regularly attend religious services say their congregation is open. Of those, most say social distancing and masks are required during services. But a much lower percentage (37%) say their congregation has limited communal singing, despite CDC warnings that singing in close
Closing down church buildings could create serious repercussions not just for the people who miss gathering there but also for the facilities themselves.
Parents say they miss the religious communities that were a big part of their lives, but they are finding ways to practice their faith with their children.
Even with increased safety protocols in place, some Christian camps could not keep out COVID-19 this summer. Week after week, the headlines tracked the outbreaks. Read full piece
The English word ‘homosexual’ was not in any Bible until 1946. Ed Oxford explores why, and the impact of this translation decision. Read full piece