Capitol Hill Baptist Church this week became the first church to file suit against D.C. over pandemic-related restrictions on worship services and mass gatherings, citing violations of First and Fifth Amendment rights.
Faux petitions and surveys use politics for fundraising
Organizations and groups may claim they want your opinions, but for most nonprofits the goal of these activities is engagement: connections with donors that will lead to greater commitment and giving. Petitions can be a ...
Trump's "Jericho Walk," George Floyd, and More
Editor’s note: “Weekend Plug-in,” featuring analysis, insights and top headlines from the world of faith, is produced by Religion Unplugged. What’s left to say about the week’s biggest religion story? President Donald Trump’s now-famous walk from the White ...
The timing of Christianity Today's editorial calling for President Trump's ouster couldn't have been better. With impeachment voted and Congress gone for the holidays, it dropped into a beautiful D.C. news vacuum.
Legislation that will protect churches and other nonprofit organizations from having to pay taxes on some employee benefits will become law if a bipartisan appropriations package is approved by Congress as expected this week.
2017 Tax Law’s Impact on Giving, More Chick-Fil-A Fallout, Jewish Donor Supports Christian Ministry, and a Christmas Toy Story
A Utah congressman, Republican Rep. Chris Stewart, introduced a bill Dec. 6 that says it would ban discrimination against LGBTQ people. The bill, co-sponsored by eight other Republicans, also claims to protect religious institutions that uphold traditional beliefs about marriage and sexuality, Religion News Service ...