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(RNS) — Grammy Award-winning artist Michael W. Smith hopes to share the secrets of his success with students at Liberty University this coming fall. He'll be joined by Kevin Jonas, the father and original manager of the Jonas Brothers, the sibling rock trio.

WASHINGTON (BP) -- One is a former FBI agent, the other a longtime missionary. In their respective ways, they're intent on raising awareness of Christians facing persecution across the world.

SAN FRANCISCO (BP) -- Tweets that dehumanize a person because of that person's religion are no longer allowed on Twitter, the company announced Tuesday (July 9).

Who can resist seeing a phone number (and not those fake 555 numbers) and wondering, Is it real?

What can I tell you about the love of Jesus Christ and the wonders of a faith-filled life in less time than it takes you to read this sentence?

APEX, N.C. (RNS) — On a Tuesday evening under the roof of a public picnic shelter, a group of women ages 20 to 55 groaned through a series of high-intensity exercises in the 88-degree heat and humidity.

(RNS) — The parent company of the two largest Bible publishers in the United States has warned the Trump administration that proposed tariffs on China would amount to a “Bible tax.”

A few years ago, I shared with my young son that I had found a tick in my underwear in the middle of the night. I was totally freaked out. His face looked shocked and he was silent for several moments. Then he gave me perspective.

JERUSALEM (RNS) — Refuit Golan had visited the Old City of Jerusalem before, but it wasn't until she toured the ancient site while listening to a voice-guided tour for the visually impaired that she fully began to appreciate its history and significance.

Since the Billy Graham Center for Evangelism at Wheaton College opened with Billy Graham's blessing in 1980, more than 19,000 scholars, journalists and other researchers from around the world have done work there. With materials being transported to Charlotte, scholars have warned that this move may be part of a bid by Franklin Graham to control his father’s legacy.