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During this Lenten season, Faithful America is “giving up White Supremacy” through launching a new webinar series. The first installment featured a discussion with Jemar Tisby and Randall Balmer.

Initiatives such as 'Mama’s Day Bail Out' and the 'Freedom Day Project' — which occur in June, around Juneteenth and Father's Day — are a hallmark for some Black churches in Georgia.

The statement comes amid continuing calls for cease-fire and humanitarian aid for the victims of the war that began on Oct. 7.

The U.S. Constitution doesn’t mention Christianity or any specific religion. Yet large numbers of Americans believe the founders intended the U.S. to be a Christian nation, and many believe it should be one.

The vice president sat down with Barber and the Rev. Kazimir Brown, head of Repairers of the Breach, to discuss poverty and Israel's ongoing assault into the Gaza Strip.

This issue of A Public Witness explores the wild Superbowl dreams of Lance Wallnau — a key figure in the New Apostolic Reformation movement — to consider the heresy of the MAGAchurch world.

Religious leaders, activists, and artists from various Christian, Muslim, Hindu, and Jewish traditions embarked on an eight-day pilgrimage to the U.S. Capitol as part of a call for ceasefire.

‘As there’s ashes on our head, there’s also blood on our hands because we cannot exempt ourselves from what this country is doing,’ said the Rev. Graylan Hagler, pastor emeritus of Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ.

Critics have noted the campaign’s welcoming and progressive messages seem at odds with some of its Christian funders, who have also supported anti-LGBTQ+ and anti-abortion causes.

Osteen follows a thread of evangelical Christianity called the Prosperity Gospel, which believes that following God brings rewards to followers who devote themselves to him.