As America ages, so do the chief executive officers of the nation’s top Christian ministries.
A former administrative dean for academic operations is suing Liberty University (LU) for $20 million, alleging they fired him because he was a whistleblower.
The Ebenezer Building Foundation, whose principal officer is Rev. Raphael Warnock, U.S. Senator from Georgia facing a runoff election in December, is the subject of an inquiry by Georgia’s Secretary of State.
Most leaders of Christian non-profit ministries are men over the age of 50, according to a recent MinistryWatch survey of the country’s largest 1,000 ministries.
Logan Yandell is a Kanakuk camp sexual abuse victim who filed a lawsuit for fraud against the camp today.
Several prominent apologists have signed a statement calling the senior leadership team of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (RZIM) “not fit to be in ministry and leadership positions.”
Christian ministry leaders say finding and retaining qualified staff are among the biggest challenges they face.
A large church in Des Moines, Iowa, is suing a church and advocacy group in Texas for libel and intentional infliction of emotional distress. The lawsuit, originally filed in state court in Iowa then removed ...
“The average pastor around the world has had less than one hour of sound biblical training,” Third Millennium Ministries Executive Director Eric Linares told MinistryWatch is a problem the ministry has committed itself to solving.