ST. LOUIS (RNS) — Emi Belciak teaches third grade in a tough part of suburban St. Louis, where she says her students are exposed to more violence than any child should be. Belciak wanted to do something to help — so she joined a choir.
PANAMA CITY, Fla. (BP) -- Five months after Hurricane Michael's onslaught, dozens of college students descended on Florida. The students came alongside residents like Jean Bartlett, a member of Immanuel Baptist Church in Panama City, who rode out the storm from her home.
(RNS) — As engineers at Israeli nonprofit SpaceIL prepared for the launch of their lunar lander last year, one man's faith played a part in it's launch. quietly modeling for the broader aerospace industry how religion and science work together to reach the stars.
(RNS) — On Wednesday (March 27), the authors of “The Jewish Annotated New Testament” will present Pope Francis with a signed copy of their book, aimed as a resource for anyone who is interested in a Jewish scholarly perspective on the Christians Scriptures that informs rather than
OMAHA, Neb. (BP) -- Southern Baptist Disaster Relief (SBDR) leaders have established several sites in the Midwest to respond to historic flooding that has created at least $3 billion in damages in recent weeks.
NAIROBI, Kenya (RNS) — When Cyclone Idai struck the Southeast Africa coast last week, it swept away everything in its path, including churches, schools and homes in the Mozambican port city of Beira and beyond.
(RNS) — Set in Durham in 1971, "The Best of Enemies" spotlights a dramatically unlikely — but nonetheless true — pairing: a local Ku Klux Klan leader named C.P. Ellis and Ann Atwater, a black community activist and single mother.
Christians want our first loyalty to be to Jesus, not a particular institution or tradition. But does anyone follow Jesus in some pure, individual way, free of institutional ties or a larger and longer tradition?