Since its founding in 1982, FPM has helped 36,000 families like Al and Pam designate more than $1.7 billion in future giving to ministries in their wills and trusts. The designations are made in wills ...
A U.S. appeals court has ruled against a web designer who didn’t want to create wedding websites for same-sex couples and sued to challenge Colorado’s anti-discrimination law, another twist in a series of court rulings ...
The U.S Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has upheld the conviction of a former Baptist minister sentenced in an insider trading scheme that earned him an $18 million profit.
Televangelists’ astronomical travel expenses are receiving a fresh dose of scrutiny through Pastor Planes, a new aircraft-tracking project from the Trinity Foundation.
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 ...
The Internal Revenue Service has reversed its decision to deny tax-exempt status for a Texas religious nonprofit group it said was too closely aligned with Republican values.
Last year, people pretending to be pastors, relatives, lovers, computer repairmen, or government employees scammed Americans out of nearly $1.2 billion, triggering half a million complaints to the Federal Trade Commission.
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.