Rulings in cases to defend stay-at-home orders amid the COVID-19 pandemic U.S. District Judge Stephen R. Clark on May 8 now offer a roadmap for other pending and future lawsuits challenging similar orders across Missouri.
Leaders of the Missouri Baptist Convention disputed a moderate Baptist website’s report that the convention quietly settled a lawsuit last year and did not disclose it to messengers at the state convention’s annual meeting that fall.
A wave of immigrants entering the United States presents a particular challenge to Christians who seek to minister among them, the director of missions for a metropolitan association of churches noted.
In a new memoir set in the twilight of his remarkable life, Graham reveals a lesser-known side of himself—a grieving and ailing widower who has difficulty getting up from a chair or putting on his shoes.
MADISON, Wis. (ABP) – A group of non-believers opposed to government preference and favoritism toward religion has filed a lawsuit seeking to have a federal law that allows clergy members tax breaks on living expenses declared unconstitutional.
At 54, Sherman Horton learned his wife was dying a slow death that would rob her of her mind first -- a form of Alzheimer's. As Ellen began to forget the couple's years together and became increasingly afraid of her husband, now a stranger, Horton
Rural churches in America face a host of challenges as they seek to continue ministry in their communities. Loss of members through population shift from rural areas to urban centers can drain rural churches.