A growing network of evangelical activists are tackling climate change on their own terms, and hoping to bring their church along with them
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(RNS) — Christians, in other historical moments, have often remembered, rediscovered, returned and gone back to their obedient discipleship to Jesus Christ — both personal and public — in times of crisis. It’s called coming home.
NAIROBI, Kenya (RNS) — Christian agencies and churches are stepping up and coordinating their efforts to respond to the South Sudanese refugee crisis, as the
The deadly Ebola crisis in West Africa has spawned fear and anger not only in remote villages in Africa but among sophisticates in American media, government and the general population. In Liberia, one of the nations affected by the outbreak, Ebola patients
The Missouri Baptist Convention Executive Board met in special called session in downtown Jefferson City on Jan. 14 to take steps to deal with a leadership crisis. Even though lines of separation among Baptist groups are significant, each Baptist is affected negatively
(ABP) -- Institutionally and organizationally, American Protestantism is in a state of permanent transition -- and the Southern Baptist Convention is no exception.
These days it is clear that fewer religious Americans think of their primary identity in terms of a
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (ABP) -- During his installation March 18 as president of the Center for Congregational Health, Bill Wilson said churches and ministers are "in crisis." That's a breath-sucking observation from the head of an organization that has dealt with struggling congregations for nearly 20
The economic crisis in the U.S. has had an effect on Baptist institutions in Missouri, including lesser levels of donor income. But they are weathering challenging