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Satanic ‘Bible Girl 666’ Shirt Featured in Target Pride Collection; Christians Call for Boycott

Target has recently been at the center of customers opinions and criticisms with its new Pride Collection, arriving to stores just in time for LGBTQ+ Pride Month.

KY Church Ousted From SBC Claims To Be ‘More Southern Baptist’ Than Most Ahead of Appeal

Despite disagreement with many in the SBC over the role of women in pastoral leadership, Rev. Linda Popham said that her church is “more Southern Baptist than the average Southern Baptist church.”

Christian Songwriter Megan Danielle Comes in Second Place on ‘American Idol’ Season 21

On Sunday’s three-hour finale of “American Idol,” 18-year-old Hawaii native Iam Tongi was crowned the season 21 champion. Outspoken Christian Megan Danielle, a 21-year-old from Georgia, placed second.

Religious Broadcasters Seek To Reverse California Law Aimed At Quelling Online Hate Speech

NRB has joined a lawsuit seeking to block a California law that requires social media companies to publish their policies on removing hate speech from their platforms.

Extending a Financial Lifeline, Episcopal Church Credit Union Launches in the Bronx

"It’s impossible for us to get a loan from the commercial banks. So the only opportunity is to go to the loan sharks,' where the interest charged is 'overwhelming."

‘Above All, He Loved Jesus’—Ministry Leaders Pay Tribute to Dr. Timothy Keller

Believers and church leaders are honoring Dr. Timothy Keller, who passed away Friday morning at age 72 following a battle with pancreatic cancer. Outreach Magazine editor-in-chief, Dr. Ed Stetzer, said Keller’s death felt like losing a “spiritual father.” 

Alabama Pastor Harry Reeder, 75, Dies in Car Accident

Tributes are pouring in for the Rev. Harry Reeder, who was killed in a car crash in Alabama on May 18. The longtime senior pastor of Briarwood Presbyterian Church in Birmingham was on his way home from speaking at a legislative prayer service in Montgomery.

BREAKING: Pastor Tim Keller Dies at 72 After Battling Pancreatic Cancer

Dr. Timothy Keller, the founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, died at the age of 72 the morning of May 19 after a battle with pancreatic cancer.

UK Report Finds Britons’ Lack of Faith Knowledge Deeply Disturbing

A newly published UK report, commissioned four years ago by then-Prime Minister Boris Johnson, cites a profound need for improving Britons' knowledge of religion in general and for protecting faith in an increasingly secularized landscape.

Judge Clears Way for Disaffiliations From United Methodist Church in North Georgia

The North Georgia Conference had barred churches wishing to leave the UMC from disaffiliating before the 2024 General Conference.

‘This Generation Needs Fathers’—Michael W. Smith and John Crist Talk Faith, Deconstruction, and Smith’s Prodigal Son Moment

One of contemporary Christian music’s most recognizable names, Michael W. Smith, sat down with popular Christian comedian John Crist last week on Crist's "Net Positive" podcast to discuss Smith's career, faith, Billy Graham, and this generation’s desperate need for fathers.

Tim Keller Will Now Receive Hospice Care at Home: ‘I Can’t Wait To See Jesus’

Dr. Tim Keller has been discharged from the hospital and will now receive hospice care at home. His son, Michael Keller, posted the news on Twitter Thursday afternoon.

From ‘War Room’ to ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3’—Karen Abercrombie Calls Acting a ‘Ministry’

Karen Abercrombie told Christian Headlines, "My gifts as well as my life [are] God-given, and so, to the best of my ability, I want to use the gifts that He's given me in a way that would honor the Giver."

Jill Duggar Dillard Speaks on the Record for the First Time in New Docuseries From Prime Video

Jill Duggar Dillard is going on the record speaking about her family in a new docuseries titled, “Shiny Happy People: Duggar Family Secrets,” releasing on Amazon’s Prime Video June 2.

Nashville Presbytery Indefinitely Suspends Scott Sauls, Pastor Already Put on Leave by Church

Less than a week after Christ Presbyterian Church in Nashville announced it had placed Scott Sauls on indefinite leave, a local denominational body indefinitely suspended the pastor.

Former ‘Quiverfull’ Church Members Push the Needle on New York’s Care Act

A year after being charged with first-degree sexual abuse of a child, a member of the church has entered a plea deal with no prison sentence.

What Is Christian Nationalism, Anyway?

Few people agree on what Christian nationalism is.

SBC Presidential Nominee Mike Stone Says the SBC Needs a ‘More Biblical’ Sex Abuse Reform Task Force

Southern Baptist Convention presidential candidate Pastor Mike Stone says that “one of the first things” he would do as the denomination’s president is appoint a new sex abuse reform task force.

Former Bethel Worship Leader Steffany Gretzinger Explains How We’ve Gotten Worship Wrong

Former Bethel worship leader Steffany Gretzinger recently sat down with Will Hart on the Green Room podcast to share her experiences and insights into the culture of worship.

UPDATE: Tim Keller Is Back in the Hospital; Son Asks for Prayer

Author and pastor Dr. Tim Keller is back in the hospital after initially being released following health complications from his cancer treatment. His son, Michael Keller, tweeted an update on May 16.

Gary McIntosh: The Surprising Roles All Pastors Take and the ‘Number...

Dr. Gary McIntosh joins “The Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast” to offer advice about how pastors should navigate the responsibilities that are part of their jobs and also shares specific insights about church leaders who are pastoring without any other paid staff to assist them.

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