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(RNS) — Decades after former Lutheran pastor Art Simon founded the Christian advocacy group Bread for the World, he refuses to give up on the goal of ending hunger in the U.S. and across the globe.

FORT WORTH, Texas (RNS) — Taste Community Restaurant, located in Fort Worth’s trendy Near Southside, hit Yelp’s “Top 100 Places to Eat for 2019” list earlier this year. It's also a nonprofit, pay-what-you-can, faith-based endeavor.

NASHVILLE (BP) -- Bibles and religious literature currently are no longer subject to the upcoming 10 percent tariff hike set to be imposed on goods imported from China beginning Sept. 1.

(RNS) — A new PRRI survey shows in no state in the U.S. does even one-quarter of the population say abortion should be illegal in all cases. These state-by-state findings come at a time when national views on abortion have remained stable.

Why do people cheat? An experiment in Guatemala sought to discover whether cheating is driven by economic necessity or personality, yet discovered unexpected generosity as well.

NEW YORK (RNS) — On a narrow street in Harlem sits the oldest black church in New York state, one of many black congregations that developed in the decades before slavery ended nationwide and that worked for its abolition.

Conservative Christians in the United States have a pornography problem, though it may not be the problem you think.

NASHVILLE (BP) -- A LifeWay Research survey sponsored by the Center for Church Revitalization at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary found 3-in-4 Protestant churchgoers say they need other believers to help them to grow in their walk with God

(RNS) — Several board members have resigned from a neo-Calvinist evangelical group that released a trailer of a planned film linking prominent Southern Baptists with a conspiracy to promote social justice advocacy in evangelical churches.

(RNS) — More churches are using background checks that sift through more than 600 million felony, misdemeanor and traffic records, and perhaps most importantly, the nationwide sex offender registry. But experts say that may give churches and other religious groups a false sense of security about preventing abuse.