Few knew him by name, but many saw his signature handiwork on the sides of the road or in media images from scenes of tragedy — squat, white wooden crosses with the names of gun victims scrawled in black ink.
Missouri-based TV pastor Jim Bakker is asking a judge to dismiss a state lawsuit accusing him of falsely claiming that a health supplement could cure the coronavirus, and the lawyer representing Bakker is former Gov. Jay Nixon.
President Trump’s job approval ratings among some faith groups jumped in March as the number of coronavirus infections began to spread across the country. But that "Trump bump" has all but disappeared.
The Rev. Jim West was feeling terrified as the state of Tennessee — and the church he pastors there — prepared to reopen after a month under stay-at-home orders. But he was also looking forward to it.
It's almost unheard of to go into a Southern Baptist church and not have a plate passed for donations — until now. About 800 church leaders from across the country participated in a Florida Family Policy Council video conference on the coronavirus impact and what to
Top officials of seven black Christian denominations have joined civil rights leaders in calling for people to stay home until it is safe in states whose governors are lifting shelter-in-place orders.
A conservative law firm launched a “ReOpen Church Sunday” initiative this week, calling on churches to begin gathering in person again despite reports of the deadly novel coronavirus being spread during worship services.
Sixty-five percent of churches have seen a decline in giving since mid-March as congregations have halted in-person services due to the coronavirus, according to a new survey.
New Yorkers haven’t quite known whether to embrace or rebuff Samaritan’s Purse, the evangelical humanitarian relief organization. But Whitney Tilson, who is not religious and had never heard of Franklin Graham, has become one of its field hospital’s most dedicated volunteers and champions.
The idea formed on a day when all the news headlines were dire. Days later, The Associated Press started its daily series “One Good Thing” to reflect the unheralded sacrifices made to benefit others that normally wouldn’t make a story, but maybe always deserved one.