Bishop Carlton D. Pearson, a preacher, singer and author who moved from Pentecostalism to what he called “The Gospel of Inclusion,” has died at age 70.
‘We can be accidental accomplices in keeping people poor,’ TV travel host Rick Steves said he learned from Simon.
The Rev. Arthur “Art” Simon, the founder and first president of the Christian advocacy group Bread for the World, died Tuesday (Nov. 14), the organization announced.
Gay led the National Association of Evangelicals during a time when Reagan was seeking the continuing support of U.S. evangelicals.
Arthur Gay, an evangelical leader who oversaw the National Association of Evangelicals when President Reagan gave his historic “evil empire” speech, has died at the age of 86.
Issue now moving to the states
A month after Southern Baptists confirmed the expulsion of churches for allowing women in pastoral roles, the Baptist General Convention of Texas urged its staff to continue to affirm women in “ministerial and leadership roles.”
Parental coaching will "decentralize" faith formation process from church to home, one recipient said
Dozens of Christian groups seeking to instill faith in the nation’s children have been given grants of as much as $1.25 million from the Lilly Endowment to help them meet their mission.
The new language would add that a church ‘affirms, appoints, or employs only men as any kind of pastor or elder as qualified by Scripture.’
After lengthy debate, Southern Baptists voted on new language for their constitution that would state only men can be pastors of the nation’s largest Protestant denomination.
Saddleback, whose case was argued by founding pastor and best-selling author Rick Warren, had been ousted for naming a woman to its pastoral team.
Delegates to the Southern Baptist Convention’s annual meeting affirmed a decision to expel two Southern Baptist churches, including Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church, because they employed women as pastors.
Warren argues that the debate is far larger than what might happen to the church he founded.
Days before the Southern Baptist Convention’s annual meeting, former megachurch pastor Rick Warren has appealed to his fellow Southern Baptists to overturn a denominational decision to oust his Saddleback Church because it permits women to ...
Survey finds most Americans who watch religious services on screens are happy with them
The Pew Research Center finds a third of Americans regularly attend in-person worship services while a bit more than a quarter regularly watch religious services on TV or online.
It's one of three churches appealing decisions recently made by the denomination’s Executive Committee to remove eight congregations from official affiliation
Saddleback Church, the California megachurch long known for its former pastor, bestselling author Rick Warren, has appealed the decision by the Southern Baptist Convention to oust it for naming a woman to its pastoral team.