As lead pastor of one of Missouri's largest churches, Jeremy Johnson has heard all the reasons congregants don't want to get the COVID-19 vaccination. He wants them to know it's not only OK to do ...
World Relief President Scott Arbeiter and CEO Tim Breene announced in February they were stepping down
World Relief announced Tuesday, July 20 that longtime staff member Myal Greene will become the next president and CEO of the evangelical Christian humanitarian organization.
Estimates highlight impact of COVID-19 on children around the world
With More Than a Million Children Orphaned by COVID, Faith-based Groups Look to Mobilize Support
The remaining Protestant denominational meetings this summer promise more comity than strife.
When the United Church of Christ (UCC) kicks off its General Synod on Sunday (July 11), the Rev. Traci Blackmon isn’t worried about fractious votes, conservative insurgencies, or to-do’s over high-level resignations — or calls ...
J.D. Greear’s Legacy as Southern Baptist President: Grappling with Abuse, Pushing Diversity
Nearly 6 out of 10 charitable donors said they will be ready to participate in in-person fundraising events starting this summer, provided certain conditions are met.
Americans’ generosity didn’t waver during the 2020 phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, but there were dramatic shifts in behavior.
Despite the elimination of most prison visitations for many months of the COVID-19 pandemic, some religious higher education institutions have found ways to stay connected with prisoners.