PPP Loans And Volunteers Kept These Faith-Based Non-Profits Afloat
The son of former Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. has left the school, vacating his post as vice president of university operations roughly eight months after his father resigned in the wake of scandal.
Across the country and the globe, World Vision is continuing a multi-pronged effort to meet the needs of people facing the health crisis and the secondary effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Globally, the crisis that ...
In many cities, churches will hold virtual services that will be streamed throughout Holy Week, which includes Holy Thursday and Good Friday services leading up to Easter Sunday. Some held in-person services for Easter 2020.
The percentage of Americans who are members of a house of worship dropped below the 50% mark last year for the first time in eight decades—the amount of time Gallup has measured the metric.
The Oregon program is the nation’s only stand-alone Christian school not dependent on a parent university. It is part of Christian Chefs International, a 23-year-old organization of 2,000 members having its annual conference this week ...
Religious conference planners and exhibitors, like the hundreds gathered in early March in Charlotte, are waiting to hear whether their meetings will go on as expected this year and contemplating how those conferences will look ...
United Methodist bishops have canceled a special session of the global denomination’s General Conference that was scheduled to meet May 8 online.
The nonprofit sector lost almost a million jobs during the first year of the coronavirus pandemic, with losses in the health care and education fields accounting for almost three out of five job losses.