Liberty HealthShare is what’s known as a health care sharing ministry, a nonprofit alternative to medical insurance rooted in Christian principles. But some members allege that their bills went unpaid by Liberty while the founding ...
MinistryWatch and Trinity Foundation Collaborate on “Pastors and Planes” Project
This list identifies the number of flights by ministries and pastors during the month of January. We have also included the type of airplane and its estimated hourly operating cost.
How much does it cost to send a missionary overseas? How much revenue do mission-oriented nonprofits raise to this end? These are the questions MinistryWatch sought to answer when we asked more than 60 of ...
A lawsuit filed two months ago against government officials threatening to punish the Wyoming Rescue Mission for exclusively hiring like-minded Christian employees has settled.
A California baker was exonerated this week of charges that she discriminated against a same-sex couple by refusing to make their wedding cake and referring them to another vendor.
One of the many factors distinguishing much missions-related work from the average job – even the average ministry job -- is the expectation of fundraising your own salary. The support-raising model raises questions about reciprocity ...
Charles J. Southall, III, a New Orleans pastor who was charged initially for unlawfully transferring $100K to his private accounts, has pleaded guilty to laundering close to $900K.
The former administrator of a Pennsylvania-based Episcopal nonprofit insurance corporation is under investigation for fraud after a forensic audit uncovered a $1.4 million discrepancy in the organization’s books.
Obviously a pastor, ministry or nonprofit leader is primarily there because of the mission, but when is that an excuse not to pay them what they’re worth?
Celebrities For Jesus: An Interview with Katelyn Beaty