By mid-August, the local office of evangelical aid group World Relief was so overwhelmed by contributions to help Afghans arriving in the Chicago area it didn’t have the capacity to store them. Neither did Immanuel ...
Wildman was encouraged by the reactions he received as he shared his rewordings across the country at tribal centers, Native American-led churches and powwows.
Krish O’Mara Vignarajah, head of Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, described President Biden's claim that Afghans did not want to leave the country as 'misleading at best.'
As most Americans absorbed the shock of the Taliban’s full takeover of Afghanistan, officials at Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service followed the rapidly deteriorating situation with resignation, knowing it could have gone differently.
More than 1.5 million children around the world lost a parent or grandparent who lived with and cared for them in the first 14 months of the pandemic.
World Relief President Scott Arbeiter and CEO Tim Breene announced in February they were stepping down
World Relief announced Tuesday, July 20 that longtime staff member Myal Greene will become the next president and CEO of the evangelical Christian humanitarian organization.
Estimates highlight impact of COVID-19 on children around the world
With More Than a Million Children Orphaned by COVID, Faith-based Groups Look to Mobilize Support
12 anonymous women filed suit Tuesday in the U.S. District Court
A new lawsuit against Liberty University claims the Lynchburg, Virginia-based evangelical Christian school has “intentionally created a campus environment” that makes sexual assaults and rapes more likely to occur.
The remaining Protestant denominational meetings this summer promise more comity than strife.
When the United Church of Christ (UCC) kicks off its General Synod on Sunday (July 11), the Rev. Traci Blackmon isn’t worried about fractious votes, conservative insurgencies, or to-do’s over high-level resignations — or calls ...
Pastors and church leaders in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) passed an overture at its General Assembly last week saying those who identify as gay are not qualified for ordination in the conservative Presbyterian ...
The Lutheran World Federation has elected the first woman to head its global communion of churches.