The United Nations observes June 23 as International Widows Day, a day designated to draw attention to the experience of, and garner support for, widows around the world.
The leadership at Moody Bible Institute has apologized for historical photos of students in blackface published in yearbooks from the 1970s and 1980s.
The coronavirus pandemic is taking its toll on religious education and dozens of private Christian schools have announced they are closing permanently, the majority being schools that are run by the Catholic church.
Several states have passed or are considering laws that further strengthen privacy protections for nonprofit donors after guidance released by the Internal Revenue Service and Treasury Department in late May altered reporting regulations.
Black LU Alumni Calling for Resignation
Liberty University president Jerry Falwell Jr. apologized yesterday as black alumni demanded his resignation for tweeting an offensive image as part of a jab at Democratic Virginia Governor Ralph Northam’s social distancing policies.
The religion editor and two staff members at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette were among finalists for the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for local reporting for a series of articles investigating alleged child sexual abuse and cover-ups in the Amish and Mennonite communities.
The Cedarville University board of trustees has placed its president Thomas White on administrative leave as it investigates both the hiring and alleged past misconduct of former theology professor Anthony Moore.
Multiple bishops and clergy members within the Church of God in Christ, a large African American Pentecostal denomination, have died of COVID-19.
Most Christian colleges across the country have put classes on hold or announced temporary online learning arrangements while others are offering students fee rebates, having cancelled in-person classes altogether. But some have not yet closed ...