There are about 2,000 Christians walking from Cornwall, England, to Glasgow, Scotland, a 750-mile pilgrimage to urge action on climate change.
The Haitian gang that kidnapped 17 missionaries and children is now demanding $1 million in ransom per person.
Church leaders are coming together today for a service that marks 100 years since the partition of Ireland and the formation of Northern Ireland. One cause for celebration: Protestant and Catholic leaders grew closer than ever during the pandemic.
North Park University trustees meet this week after its faculty issued a vote of no confidence in the school’s president, citing concerns over a “toxic climate,” especially for students and staff of color.
Whenever leaders yield big ideas and influence, there’s bound to be criticism. Just look at Paul, who was slandered by fellow believers for the faith we champion today.
From Chrysostom to Benedict to Luther, here’s what historical Christian perspectives on money might teach us about contemporary stewardship.
Russell Moore talks about everything from CRT to bookshelf organization in this week’s listener questions episode of The Russell Moore Show.
In other news
A retiring pastor got a small gift from his 25-member church: $57,000, given to missions in his honor.
Poland’s largest Protestant church will now ordain women.
How a refugee from the Democratic Republic of the Congo became a minister in the US, and then discerned a call to church planting in Indonesia.
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