Acts of kindness may not be that random after all. Science says being kind pays off. Research shows that acts of kindness make us feel better and healthier. We are hard-wired to be kind.
Rev. Traci Blackmon was at home outside of St. Louis when a local hospital called with a question: Could Blackmon’s church help sew some masks?
A new study examining Americans’ response to COVID-19 shows that with the exception of white evangelicals, a majority of Americans are not comfortable returning to in-person religious services.
On June 19, 1866, Texas freed-persons celebrated the anniversary of the announcement of their freedom — the first Juneteenth holiday. This year, the holiday helps highlight a Baptist pastor & George Floyd.
A church in rural northeastern Oregon is now the epicenter of the state's largest coronavirus outbreak, as 236 people tested positive for the disease, authorities said Tuesday (June 16).
An evangelical research center focused on disaster response has detailed key steps churchgoers might take as they contemplate attending reopened churches.
As states begin loosening lockdown restrictions and churches contemplate how to reopen safely, clergy and other religious leaders face difficult decisions when it comes to their senior members. For older people, there’s a cruel reality to those reopenings.
Deuteronomy 12:2-4, as seen in photos and videos over the past couple weeks of the defacing and removal of Confederate monuments in the United States and slave trader statues in the United Kingdom.
Measuring people’s true attitudes toward racial issues on surveys has long been one of the most difficult problems that social scientists face. A news story about police beating a black man could be written off as an aberration or an isolated incident. It’s becoming harder
Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. apologized Monday for a tweet that included a racist photo that appeared on Gov. Ralph Northam's medical school yearbook page decades ago.