The longer COVID-19 rages on, the more the United States appears to be hanging its hopes on the development and rapid mass distribution of a vaccine. But stopping the virus’s spread will only happen if enough people choose – or are required – to get vaccinated. Will religious objections
Chadwick Boseman, who was most known for playing the superhero in the title role of Black Panther, was a person of faith from childhood who shared biblical wisdom along the path of his career. Here are 4 faith facts about the actor who died Friday.
Keith Getty’s life is usually filled with singing. Almost all of it with groups of fellow Christians — which he says is one of the primary tasks of his faith and one made difficult during COVID-19. Now, his annual “Sing!” conference is going virtual.
With coronavirus restrictions limiting or preventing access to prisons, faith-based organizations have adapted and innovated during the pandemic to keep up their prison ministries and services.
Religious tourism has been significantly affected by the spread of the coronavirus, with 63.8% of travelers reducing their travel plans as a result. As COVID-19 evolved to become a global pandemic, governments across the globe closed sacred sites and temporarily banned religious travel.
U.S. college students spend significant time learning about people of different races, political affiliations, and sexual orientations and much less time learning about people of different religious and worldview groups, according to a new study.
Much attention is being given to changes at the U.S. Postal Service that could impact mail-in voting. But there is much more at stake. Undermining the USPS can hurt the ministry of local churches and drive religious publications out of print.
On the 401st anniversary of the start of Black enslavement in the American colonies, Word&Way Editor Brian Kaylor offered a time of confession and lament at the tombstone of the first pastor of his Baptist church, a man who enslaved three persons while serving as
Amid some churches’ ongoing defiance of state pandemic safety rules, a group of prominent evangelicals has signed on to a statement affirming their belief in science and calling on Christians to follow the advice of public health experts.
Parents across the U.S. and in many foreign countries are exploring homeschooling their children for the first time this fall as schools navigate reopening amid COVID-19 dangers and uncertainties. Christian groups and churches are among those preparing parents to meet the challenges.