New Hope can continue offering services that align with its Christian views of marriage and family
Syracuse-based Christian adoption agency New Hope Family Services has entered into a favorable settlement agreement with the state of New York and may continue offering adoption services to children and families.
Most plan to join the new Global Methodist Church
Another large contingency of church congregations is exiting the United Methodist Church (UMC) denomination—this time in Iowa.
The former SBC leader and his family have a network of ventures doing business with the SBC
Well-known Southern Baptist Convention leader and pastor Johnny Hunt has occupied positions within the denomination that provided access for his and his family’s network of nonprofit and for-profit businesses.
The accumulation of interest and penalties has the total bill reaching nearly $18 million.
The owner of one of the largest religious TV networks is being sued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for almost $18 million in estate and gift taxes.
As ministry leaders age, succession planning is key
Editor’s Note: Every quarter, we will survey the senior executive of the 1,000 largest Christian ministries in the nation. This is the third article in our series related to the April survey of ministry executives. The ...
The largest Giving Day in the nation doesn’t appear to have adopted the same requirements.
Lincoln Community Foundation in Nebraska’s capital is now requiring nonprofits to agree to an anti-discrimination policy in order to participate in its May 24 annual giving event, Give to Lincoln Day.
Keith Myer raised over $16,000 to help with travel and lodging
A Southern Baptist pastor in Maryland recently organized a fundraiser to help sexual abuse survivors travel to the denomination’s convention in New Orleans this June.
An alternative called FaithfulGive is an option for Christian ministries
When the Lancaster County Community Foundation announced that nonprofit groups must post their nondiscrimination policies in order to participate in its ExtraGive event, some chose not to participate.
The vast majority are used to protect the ministry’s proprietary information
A significant number of the nation’s Christian ministries use nondisclosure agreements (NDAs), according to MinistryWatch’s April survey of ministry leaders.
Lawsuit claims there were illegally denied funds because of their religious nature.
Two churches in New Jersey filed a federal lawsuit against a historic preservation board for discriminating against them in its distribution of funds because of their religious function.