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Former Pastor in 2 States Pleads Guilty to Child Sex Charges

Joshua Henley, 33, pleaded guilty Monday to producing, possessing and sending sex abuse material involving children and transporting a minor interstate to have sex.

Not a Shell Game: Beach Baptism Opens Door for Public Witness

A public baptism including more than 130 changed lives is significant on its own. But an onlooker’s response may be the biggest memory for Matt Laughter, worship pastor for the East Lake campus of Calvary Church.

SBC Pastor, Founder of ‘Pulpit & Pen’ JD Hall Arrested, Charged With DUI, Concealed Gun, Traffic Violations

Pastor and author JD Hall was arrested on the evening of May 11 by the Sidney Police Department in Montana for driving under the influence of drugs. He was also in possession of a firearm.

‘Satan Is After the Children’—Christian Influencer Says ‘Yoga Barbie’ Can Lead to Demonic Possession

"Yoga Barbie" could lead to children being possessed by demons, says Christian influencer Yasmeen Suri in a May 3 Facebook post that has since gone viral.

Doctor, Baylor Grad ‘Sacrificed Himself’ To Save Others During Racially Motivated Church Shooting

New details are emerging about Sunday’s fatal church shooting in Southern California. Dr. John Cheng, who died during the racially motivated shooting, is being credited with saving "upwards of dozens” of lives.

Timothy Keller ‘Celebrating’ Two-Year Anniversary of Cancer Diagnosis, Shares Health Update

Late last week, author, pastor, and theologian Timothy Keller posted a health update on his social media pages on the two-year anniversary of his pancreatic cancer diagnosis. 

Vatican Minister Visits Ukraine As Pope Toes Delicate Line

The Vatican’s foreign minister, Archbishop Paul Gallagher, is heading to Kyiv this week as the Holy See seeks to balance its concern for Ukrainians amid Russia's war with its efforts to keep open a channel of dialogue with Moscow.

Faith on the Ground in Buffalo: Voice Buffalo Executive Director Denise Walden

Soon after a white 18-year-old shooter targeted Black customers of a community grocery store in Buffalo, Denise Walden was coordinating clergy to offer grief counseling and help families.

‘I Cried All Day’: Buffalo Church, Community Grieve Supermarket Massacre

Four miles from the Tops Friendly Markets mass shooting May 14, North Buffalo Community Church Pastor William Smith is comforting a crying community.

Pope’s Recipe to Heal His Painful Knee? A Shot of Tequila

Doctors have prescribed a wheelchair, cane and physical therapy to help heal Pope Francis' bad knee. He has other ideas.

‘We Are Still Here,’ Says Bobbie Houston, Despite ‘Current Narratives Running Havoc’

In an Instagram post over the weekend, Bobbie Houston told her followers that she and her husband, Brian Houston, are “pressing on” and trusting the “righteous courts of heaven.”

Buffalo Mass Shooting Victims Include Licensed Missionary, Church Deacon

After Saturday’s mass shooting at a grocery store in Buffalo, New York, community members are grieving 10 victims of the Buffalo shooting while authorities investigate possible racial motives behind the attack.

Christian School Criticized for Assignment Involving Letter to Friend ‘Struggling With Homosexuality’

Christian Academy of Louisville has come under fire for an assignment wherein students are asked to write a letter to a friend “struggling with homosexuality” to “persuade them of the goodness of God’s design.”

Heroic Pastor, Churchgoers Tackle Gunman Who Killed One and Wounded Five Others

On Sunday, a man walked into a church in Laguna Woods, California, and opened fire on a small Taiwanese congregation. The gunman killed one person and injured five others, all of whom were senior citizens.

Grove City Board Accepts Full CRT Report, Says College Promoted CRT

The board of trustees at Grove City College accepted the report from an ad hoc committee Friday (May 13) that acknowledged instances of “CRT advocacy” at the school.

Pope Rallies From Knee Pain to Proclaim 10 New Saints

Pope Francis created 10 new saints on Sunday, rallying from knee pain that has forced him to use a wheelchair to preside over the first canonization ceremony at the Vatican in over two years.

Bullets Interrupt Woman Sharing Gospel on Facebook Live

Jacksonville, Florida, resident Loveyd Walker was preaching the gospel on Facebook Live Wednesday night when stray bullets from a street fight pierced through the walls of her home, nearly hitting her.

Democrats and Republicans Should All Feel Welcome at Your Church, Says Andy Stanley

In an interview on the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast, Andy Stanley explained why he believes churches should welcome all people, whether they are Democrats, Republicans or affiliated with another political party.

In Wake of Roe’s Possible Overturn, Differing Visions Within Pro-Life Movement Come Into Focus

Now that it appears that Roe may soon be overturned, the ensuing discourse among pro-lifers has brought into focus the fact that this big tent movement is far from monolithic.

Beware Spiritual Attacks in Your Home, Warns Christian Actress Candace Cameron Bure

On Instagram this week, Candace Cameron Bure shared this message with her followers: When family members’ moods go haywire, don’t discount Satan’s efforts to chip away at your faith and peace.

Leonard Sweet: Church Leaders, God Has Given You This Moment—Don’t Miss...

Dr. Leonard Sweet joins the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to share what our current cultural “volcanoes” mean for the church and why he sees hope amid the chaos.

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