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We Could Get Back to the Worship ‘we are all longing for’ by Fall,...

According to Dr. Fauci, Americans could be back to “normal” worship by mid-fall of this year. But whether or not that happens depends on a few factors.

COVID-19 Fuels Quick Push for Kansas Anti-Abortion Measure

Pro-life advocates are moving with unusual speed to put a proposed anti-abortion amendment to the Kansas state constitution on the ballot.
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Barna: Black Churches Offer Comfort, Sense of Empowerment

In a new report about the “State of the Black Church,” the Barna Group revealed data underscoring the vital legacy and ongoing role of historically Black U.S. congregations.
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March for Life Now to Be Held Virtually Due to Concerns About Security, COVID-19

This year’s National March for Life will no longer be taking place in person due to concerns about security and the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Tim Tebow Wanted to Tell Kids About Jesus—So He Wrote a New Book

Tim Tebow's book, "Bronco and Friends," follows Bronco and his friends as they encourage one another on their way to a party. Tebow says he wrote the newly released children's book in the hope of sharing the gospel with kids.
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Joanne Rogers, Widow of ‘Mr. Rogers,’ Is Dead at Age 92

Joanne Rogers, the widow of the star of the children’s program “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood,” died at the age of 92 on Thursday, Jan. 14.
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Texas Megachurch Pastor Sent to Prison for Fraud Scheme

Kirbyjon Caldwell, who in March pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud, was the senior pastor of Houston's Windsor Village United Methodist Church, which has about 14,000 members.
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An Unholy Alliance: Christianity and Nationalism

The storm on the U.S. Capitol Building on January 6th have many asking what Christian nationalism is. But for the church in America, the conflation of Christianity and nationalism has been a concern for a while.
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Franklin Graham Likens Republicans Who Voted for Trump’s Impeachment to Judas

In a social media post, Franklin Graham likened the 10 House Republicans who voted for Trump's impeachment to Jesus' betrayer, Judas Iscariot.

Martin Luther King Teach-In Will Focus on How to Carry on His Legacy

As Martin Luther King Jr. Day approaches, two pastors will join the mayor of San Francisco to host a virtual teach-in honoring King’s legacy and educating viewers on how they can be involved in carrying that legacy forward.
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Brian Howard Thinks Pastors Have Reason to Be Hopeful About This Year

While the executive director of Acts 29 would not typically describe himself as an “optimist,” Brian Howard says he is hopeful as the Church heads into 2021. 
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2021 World Watch List: The 50 Most Dangerous Places to be a Christ-Follower

In its newly released 2021 World Watch List, Open Doors USA paints a picture of escalating religious persecution throughout the globe. The watchdog group...

Craig Groeschel: How to Have Your Most Focused Year Yet

This year could be your most focused and productive year yet as a leader, says Craig Groeschel. For that to be the case, however, it is crucial you recognize what has been making you unproductive.
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More Pastors Either Avoid the Topic of Racism in Sermons or Receive Criticism for...

Despite all the race-related conversations Americans are having lately, more pastors say they’re reluctant to address the topic in sermons compared to four years ago.
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Carrie Underwood to Release Gospel Album This Easter

Carrie Underwood recently revealed she has recorded a Gospel album titled "My Savior", which is scheduled to be released around Easter this year.
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Ministry Leaders Apologize for Prophesying Trump Win

Jeremiah Johnson was entirely unprepared for the vitriol he would receive after he apologized for prophesying that Trump would win the presidential election.
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Watch: ‘Desperate Benediction’ by Steven Curtis Chapman Will Help Your Soul Right Now

Christian musician Steven Curtis Chapman shared a video of a new song, a “Desperate Benediction” as he referred to it, the same day rioters stormed the Capitol Building in Washington D.C.
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How the House Chaplain Ministered During the Capitol Siege

As Rear Adm. Margaret Grun Kibben, the chaplain to the U.S. House of Representatives, made her way through the echoing halls of the U.S. Capitol Wednesday (Jan. 6), she could feel a charge of anticipation in the air.

Pope Says Women Can Read at Mass, But Still Can’t Be Priests

Pope Francis changed church law Monday to explicitly allow women to serve as lectors during Mass, granting them access to the most sacred place on the altar, while continuing to affirm that they cannot be priests.
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Russell Moore Warns Against Capitol Conspiracy Theories: ‘We know who was there’

The riots at the U.S. Capitol building were not the result of antifa or any other type of conspiracy, says Dr. Russell Moore, who warned Christians against what the Bible calls an “unhealthy craving for controversy.”

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