Author who advocated for women’s leadership loses job over inappropriate behavior toward women.
Evangelical theologian John G. Stackhouse, Jr. has been terminated from his job at Crandall University after a six-month investigation into alleged inappropriate behavior toward female students on campus. Allegations arose at the small Baptist college ...
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.
Disciple-making is one of the few movements that outpaces the birthrate, Biglife’s CEO said.
The statistics shocked Biglife CEO Heerema. Less than 2% of missions dollars are used to reach 97 % of the least-evangelized people in the world.
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.
The Better Business Bureau's annual report found that older generations still trust religious groups, but overall they have fallen to third.
Religious organizations are no longer the most trusted charities, according to the BBB Wise Giving Alliance.
The grassroots philanthropic effort #GivingTuesday has raised an aggregated total of more than $11 billion within the United States for nonprofits since 2012.
‘We can be accidental accomplices in keeping people poor,’ TV travel host Rick Steves said he learned from Simon.
The Rev. Arthur “Art” Simon, the founder and first president of the Christian advocacy group Bread for the World, died Tuesday (Nov. 14), the organization announced.
Revenue falls at Salem Media Group amid economic headwinds and an ongoing advertising slump.
Broadcasting giant Salem Media Group (NASDAQ: SALM), one of few publicly traded companies in the Christian media market, released its third-quarter 2023 earnings on Monday with $63.5 million in revenue, a decrease of 5% year-over-year.
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.