Sen. Chuck Grassley sent a list of questions to the humanitarian aid ministry regarding its work in Gaza.
World Vision, the $1.4 billion Christian relief and development ministry, has told U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley that it denies claims it aided terrorists in Gaza.
Colorado Springs Police arrested a former church pastor and music teacher thanks to a tip from the FBI.
Pastors attend conferences to learn about preaching, leadership, and church growth. But the latest Pastor’s Summit hosted this week by Turning Point USA will feature activists speaking on small government, election fraud, transgender teens, and ...
Ministries mobilize to help survivors in the 99% Muslim nation.
After a massive earthquake struck Morocco last week, numerous organizations began seeking donations to aid victims. For donors wanting to channel aid through a Christian group, look at these ministries.
Higher Ed Dive covers closings, mergers, acquisitions and consolidations.
Ministry Watch is adding Higher Ed Dive, which provides solid data and detailed reporting on the ever-changing college landscape, as a resource to readers.
Messiah Lutheran Church has until Nov. 15 to pay $300,000 or lose its building.
A Lutheran church in Illinois is desperately seeking donations as it responds to a government order to pay back donations received from a man who defrauded hundreds of investors in a Ponzi scheme.
Set Free Alliance offers the Gospel, wells, and freedom from slavery.
Set Free Alliance is a $3.8 million nonprofit that performs three distinct ministries—evangelism, water, and rescuing children from slavery.
Feds say con man raised $35 million by exploiting Florida church members
A con man with a previous conviction for wire fraud preyed on members of a Florida church, fraudulently raising approximately $35 million from at least 60 investors—many of them elderly and retired—through an unregistered securities ...
Revenue triples after years of losses
After years of losses, Biblica has bounced back in a big way. It’s the kind of development some ministries would highlight in press releases and media interviews, but Biblica has not trumpeted its growth.