Petition with 20,000 signers is demanding tour’s cancelation
A liberal faith-based organization has launched a petition against the Rev. Franklin Graham’s southern border tour, calling on venue organizers to withdraw their invitations.
Most churches that left were in the South
(RNS) — Americans looking to understand the ways political polarization has defined U.S. voting patterns need look no further than the divisions in the United Methodist Church. Five years after allowing churches to leave with ...
Israel has been the beneficiary of millions of dollars from Christian charities and a flood of volunteers. Samaritan's Purse is among them.
Israel has been the beneficiary of millions of dollars from Christian charities and a flood of volunteers who are helping thousands of Israelis who have been evacuated from their homes.
Bishop Minerva G. Carcaño will return to her role after an 18-month suspension.
The United Methodist Church’s first female Latina bishop in the United States was found not guilty Sept. 22 on four charges brought against her.
The trial of Bishop Minerva Carcaño is a first for a United Methodist bishop.
A prominent Latina bishop in the United Methodist Church is facing a church trial this week on multiple charges of harassment, fiscal malfeasance and a general charge of disobedience.
After a judge dismissed their lawsuit, the 36 churches in the Western North Carolina Conference agreed to leave under the denomination's exit plan.
A group of 36 United Methodist churches in North Carolina have agreed to leave the denomination.
The school in Spokane, Washington, joins a sliver of Christian colleges and universities who are hiring faculty in same-sex marriages.
Whitworth University, a Christian school affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), has revised its policies to allow for the hiring of faculty who identify as LGBTQ and to add sexual orientation to its non-discrimination statement.
Jim Goldston and wife Agnes accused of poisoning neighbor's three dogs
Southern Baptists have been dogged by leadership scandals for years. Now they have a different kind of abuse scandal on their hands.
In the PRRI study, 57% of Americans say they seldom or never attend religious services. Among those who do, 89% said they were proud to be associated with their congregation.
For American religion, the story of decline just won’t let up. But among those who remain churchgoers, there’s a happier story, too.