The agreements remain controversial, and movements to end their use are growing.
The use of NDAs has become more controversial in recent years, especially in light of the #metoo and #churchtoo movements that brought to light sexual abuse and the use of NDAs to silence victims.
Adult Survivors Act resulted in 2500 lawsuits
The New York’s Adult Survivors Act, a law that opened a window for adult sexual abuse victims to file lawsuits in cases that were otherwise barred by the statute of limitations, expired Nov. 23.
St. Isidore of Seville Catholic Virtual School could become the country’s first publicly funded religious charter school.
Four Christian leaders and education advocates are seeking the Oklahoma Supreme Court’s permission to join a lawsuit filed by the state’s attorney general that aims to prevent the opening of an online Catholic charter school.
In its 55 Years, TN Printing Ministry has Printed 55 Million Bibles, Shipping them to 125 Countries
MinistryWatch contacted the Bible and Literature Missionary Foundation to ask if they have processes to ensure items do not remain in a container or warehouse instead of reaching individuals in need.
Bishop Carlton D. Pearson, a preacher, singer and author who moved from Pentecostalism to what he called “The Gospel of Inclusion,” has died at age 70.
The clinic is meant to offer needed healthcare to the surrounding community, but has no plans to dispense marijuana as Bryant suggested last year.
New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Atlanta has partnered with Community Healthcare of America (CHOA) to open a medical clinic on its campus.
Sauls, a protege of the late Tim Keller, was placed on indefinite leave this past spring after apologizing for an unhealthy leadership style.
Scott Sauls, an influential evangelical pastor and author, has resigned from the Nashville megachurch he had led for the past decade.
IHOPKC originally retained a national law firm to conduct the investigation, but switched to a local firm following pushback from victim advocates.
Based on allegations of sexual abuse, the International House of Prayer in Kansas City (IHOPKC) has asked its founding leader Mike Bickle to step away from his duties pending an independent investigation.
Employee spent over $30K in unauthorized Amazon purchases, rewrote his salary, and stole from the offering plate.
In July, Andrew Patrick Landsperger, 46, pleaded guilty to embezzlement and credit card fraud at Galilee Episcopal Church, where he worked as an accountant.