This article, on Virginia (number 3 on our list), is one in a series on the impact of Christian ministries in states that have a significant ministry presence.
Helping those in need is a biblical principle, so the increase in direct cash gifts to people struggling through the COVID-19 pandemic should come as no surprise. But is direct giving taking the place of ...
Student Leadership University (SLU) has seen steady growth in recent years, but its publicly available financial documents raise questions about its governing documents and loans made by staff to the ministry.
Given the crisis and unthinkable tragedy on the ground in Afghanistan, many are looking for ways to help those who are suffering and support those who are equipped to help.
As the situation in Afghanistan has deteriorated in the last week, many Americans are looking for ways to help—but they want to know which ministries are equipped to help those left on the ground and ...
Ministry posted huge losses during Mike Thirtle’s tenure as CEO
Bethesda Lutheran Communities, a ministry in Wisconsin that has been serving those with intellectual and developmental disabilities since 1937, announced that its president and chief executive officer Dr. Mike Thirtle is leaving and taking on ...
Texas megachurch has an interrelated web of ministries that offer little information to the public
Gateway Church, Gateway Publishing, Gateway Music, Pastor Robert Morris Ministries, and the Robert Morris Evangelistic Association—all these entities seem to be interconnected, but there is little financial and organizational transparency made available to the public.
Mission Society Fundraising Expense Reports May Not Account For These Costs
Your favorite Christian ministry reports spending only a small percentage of its income on fundraising. Compelling stewardship it appears—but if the ministry is a foreign missions organization, does that number account for the time and money ...
Name change not an attempt to distance itself from Baptist roots
The Baptist Foundation of Oklahoma has rebranded itself as WatersEdge. The name change came at the end of a process that began three years ago and was made official in November 2020.
As part of his outreach to the Philippines, missionary Doug Nichols is requesting $19 donations to provide Life Application Study Bibles—and seminars on how to use them—to 41,000 untrained and undertrained pastors in the country.