New Hope can continue offering services that align with its Christian views of marriage and family
Syracuse-based Christian adoption agency New Hope Family Services has entered into a favorable settlement agreement with the state of New York and may continue offering adoption services to children and families.
What does the Internal Revenue Service’s 2022 Data Book say about tax-exempt religious organizations? Let’s unpack.
The 2022 IRS Data Book contains several interesting facts about religious, charitable, and similar organizations—the largest subcategory of tax-exempt nonprofits.
The church has been fighting the county’s fines since 2020, but has been ordered to pay $1.2 million.
Calvary Chapel in San Jose has been fined $1.2 million for violating California’s COVID-19 mask rules from November 2020 to June 2021.
Jang has had ties to Newsweek, Christian Post
Business ventures related to David Jang, the controversial Korean-American religious leader behind Olivet University and The Christian Post, are under investigation by federal authorities.
Legislation to create a state-administered grant program for nonprofit support organizations in Utah has been signed into law.
On Wednesday, Jenna Ellis confessed to operating from a “selfish motive” while making “misrepresentations” with “a reckless state of mind.”
A proposal to restore the federal Universal Charitable Deduction, which expired at the end of 2021, has been reintroduced in the U.S. Senate after failing to secure congressional passage last year.
Pro-abortion activists disrupted Capitol Hill Pregnancy Center’s fundraising banquet Dec. 1, shouting obscenities both outside the Washington D.C. venue and inside as the center’s executive director talked about heightened security concerns.
Members of Bethel, the 11,000-member northern California megachurch now hold the majority on the Redding, California City Council.