The Reformed Church in America, the oldest denomination in the country, meets this week to vote on plans to restructure over long-standing LGBT divides.
A new documentary shows just how far missionary pilots will go to share the gospel in the most isolated parts of the world.
Though a third-party investigation found no evidence of abuse by a volunteer who confessed a sexual attraction to minors, it concluded that former Menlo Church pastor John Ortberg caused “significant damage” to the community by withholding information.
While debates continue over the government’s place in paid family leave, Christians should be able to agree to offer generous policies for new parents, writes columnist Bonnie Kristian.
Settle in with your shortbread cookies and pour yourself a pint because we’re talking about Ted Lasso in this week’s Quick to Listen.
For Greg Stier, founder of Dare 2 Share Ministries, the gospel was an alternative to a family history of rage and chaos.
In other news
Human rights advocates have documented at least 20 abuses against Christians in Myanmar since the coup in February.
Leading Methodist historian Kenneth Rowe has died at 84.
A Tennessee Church of Christ congregation is asking a judge to review its property deed, which includes a restriction on instrumental music in worship.