A Tennessee pastor known for controversial stands on COVID-19 and the 2020 election has been banned from the social media giant Twitter.
Cho, who preached a Korean version of the prosperity gospel, remained a beloved figure even after being convicted of embezzlement.
The founder of one of the world’s largest megachurches has died, according to news reports from Korea. The English-language Korean Herald reported that the Rev. Cho Yong-gi died at a Seoul hospital on Tuesday morning ...
In the fall of 2020, Ronnie Floyd, president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Executive Committee, wrote an essay describing the leadership structure of the nation’s largest Protestant denomination.
His Leadership Resulted in National Notoriety, But Dramatic Declines, In Episcopal Church
Bishop John Shelby Spong, a bestselling author and cleric known for his progressive theology, support of LGBTQ clergy, and dramatic declines in membership and influence for the Episcopal Church, has died.
Twenty Years Later, ‘In Christ Alone’ Still Inspires Millions to Sing
In the wake of Hurricane Ida, faith-based disaster relief groups are assessing damage, setting up mobile kitchens and preparing to send skilled volunteers to Louisiana, Mississippi and other states hit hard by the storm.
Services at an influential Nashville-area megachurch were disrupted Sunday (Aug. 29) after the wife of the church’s founding pastor stood up and accused his successor of conspiring against him.
On Sunday, July 11, the Rev. Todd Elliott got up in front of his church to say goodbye.
Daniel Darling, senior vice president of communications for the National Religious Broadcasters, was fired Friday (Aug. 27) after refusing to say his pro-vaccine statements were mistaken.
The spokesman for the National Religious Broadcasters was fired for promoting vaccines on the MSNBC “Morning Joe” cable news show, Religion News Service has learned.
Rev. Thomas McKenzie, the rector of a prominent Anglican congregation in Nashville, and his daughter were killed in a car crash Monday (Aug. 23).