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Thursday, March 17, 2022

A life-size replica of biblical Capernaum

For the past several months, news editor Daniel Silliman has been investigating a string of sexual harassment incidents by two former leaders at our own ministry. His report on how misconduct went unchecked at Christianity Today is up now, along with reflections from our CEO Timothy Dalrymple.

Russian American pastors have congregants who are consuming Russian state media that justifies the war in Ukraine. The propaganda heightens divisions between Ukrainians and Russians worshiping side by side in US churches.

After 25 years of SAT-7—the Christian satellite TV ministry broadcasting through the Middle East and North Africa—its founder said the global church will be surprised at how Christian minorities have used the platform to share their faith “with millions who may never have spoken with a Christian before.”

On Where Ya From, business consultant Skot Welch shares how he sees God at work as he coaches teams around diversity, equity, and inclusion.

In other news

Coming soon to Midlothian, Texas: A life-size replica of biblical Capernaum.

Black Catholics are far more likely to be in the minority at their churches, but they’re as likely as Black Protestants to see church as a place for racial affirmation, according to a new Pew Research Center survey.

Lawrence Homer Hart, a Cheyenne peace chief and Mennonite pastor, has died at 89.

What’s underneath the floor at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre? We might soon find out

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