Many churches in southwestern Missouri, are hosting vaccination clinics. Meanwhile, more than 200 church leaders have signed onto a statement urging Christians to get vaccinated, and on Wednesday announced a follow-up public service campaign that will include paid advertisements.
Editors Brian Kaylor and Beau Underwood outline the theological reasons for a COVID-19 vaccination outreach effort centered around clergy. Such an act is not only a matter of public health, it is also a witness to what we believe about the Gospel.
Columnist Sarah Blackwell examines why some churches who claim to be focused on resurrecting the model of the early church are some of the least likely to regularly participate in communion. She then discusses some ways we can find new life in the important ritual.
More than 200 Missouri pastors and ministers are joining a COVID-19 vaccination outreach effort spearheaded by a Jefferson City-based Christian magazine.
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To understand the problem of global COVID vaccine inequity, consider these statistics: “We have crossed the figure of 3 billion vaccine doses administered (globally), and still only 0.3% of those have gone to low-income countries. Of the 2.6 billion tests performed globally, less than 4%
Father Jim Martin isn’t quick to call out bias against his faith. But sometimes people go too far.
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Faith leaders from across the globe and from numerous faith traditions gathered together on Tuesday both on Zoom and in person on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., to urge President Joe Biden to share COVID-19 vaccine stockpiles and to advocate for equitable global distribution of vaccines.
In a complaint filed Thursday, five McLean Bible Church members allege that David Platt and other leaders illegally barred them from voting at a recent congregational meeting and violated the church’s constitution.
During his first public address after leaving the Roman hospital where he underwent colon surgery, Pope Francis spoke to the people of Cuba who were eagerly waiting for the pontiff to make a pronouncement on the large-scale protests rocking the Caribbean nation.
In episode 9 of Dangerous Dogma, author and activist Lisa Sharon Harper, president of FreedomRoad.us, talks about racism, U.S. history, critical race theory, and the '1619 Project.'