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US Interior to Release Report on Indigenous Boarding Schools

The U.S. Interior Department says it will release a report Wednesday that will begin to uncover the truth about the federal government's past oversight of Native American boarding schools.

State of the Bible: 40 Percent of Gen Z Believe Jesus Sinned

Nearly 40 percent of Generation Z believe Jesus was a human and sinned like other people when He lived on earth, the American Bible Society reveals in State of the Bible 2022.

Investigative Reporter Julie Roys Removes Herself From Her Own Conference After Accusations of ‘Spiritual Abuse’

Roys announced last Friday that she made the decision to step down from leading and speaking at the conference due to something she wrote in "Redeeming the Feminine Soul: God’s Surprising Vision for Womanhood."

Should We Take a ‘Winsome Approach’ to Culture? Christians Debate If Tim Keller’s ‘Moment Has Passed’

In a recent article in First Things magazine, James Wood explains that Tim Keller has had a profound impact on his life, but he now rejects Keller’s “winsome model” of cultural engagement.

Lifeway Research: Apathy in Churches Looms Large for Pastors

In the final release from Lifeway Research’s 2022 Greatest Needs of Pastors study, most pastors say the primary people dynamic challenge they face in their churches is people’s apathy or lack of commitment.

Louisiana Pastor, Academy Headmaster Arrested for Juvenile Cruelty a Second Time

John Raymond has been arrested for the second time in two months and charged with juvenile cruelty. He has been accused of abusing a 4-year-old on two separate occasions through corporal punishment.

Inflation Hitting Church Ministry, Operations Across Income Levels

Inflation rates are hitting churches hard. In one community, inflation has caused a decrease in giving and even led some members to choose between keeping gas in their tanks or driving to church.

Grove City Faculty Say College Is Facing a ‘Fight for the Soul’

“We are in a fight for the soul of this college,” Cedric Lewis, an adjunct professor at Grove City, told Religion News Service. “Are we a Christian college? Or are we a conservative college?”

The Summit Church Halfway to Goal of Planting 1,000 Churches

With the official commissioning of its 501st and 502nd church plants, The Summit Church in North Carolina has passed the halfway mark of its goal of planting 1,000 churches in a generation.

Wisconsin Anti-Abortion Office Fire Investigation Ongoing

Police asked for the public’s help in tracking down those who vandalized and threw two Molotov cocktails into the office of a prominent Wisconsin anti-abortion lobbying group’s office that was damaged by fire.

Pro-Abortion Protesters Target Churches, Justices With ‘Mother’s Day Strike’

Uproar about the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion escalated this weekend, with pro-abortion protests throughout the country—including during Catholic Mass.

Ed Stetzer, Christine Caine Help Lead the Way for Women Entering Ministry; Dozens Receive M.A. in Evangelism and Leadership From Wheaton

Christine Caine was one of 50 women who graduated with their master’s degrees from Wheaton College’s School of Mission, Ministry, and Leadership. Caine's ministry, Propel Women, helped make enrollment possible for the graduates.

Amazon and Tesla Among Companies Helping Employees Get Out-of-State Abortions

Well-known companies including Amazon, Tesla, and Apple are among a growing list employers offering to pay travel expenses for employees who need to go out of state for an abortion.

After 43 Days, Ohio Pastor Hears From Daughter Missing in Ukraine

Ohio pastor Trevor Littleton and his wife are exhaling a sigh of relief after hearing from their surrogate daughter, who had been missing in Ukraine and from whom they had not heard in 43 days. 

Vatican Astrophysicists Offer New Way to Study Gravity After the Big Bang

Two Catholic priests, both astrophysicists from the Vatican Observatory, have suggested a radically new mathematical approach to studying the initial moments following the Big Bang.

‘Exalt the Lord,’ Rolland Slade Exhorts on 2022 National Day of Prayer

As America observed National Day of Prayer May 5, SBC EC Chairman Rolland Slade exalted church and community leaders in San Diego at one of tens of thousands of local prayer events across the U.S.

Religious Groups Are ‘Making a Joyful Noise’ With Outdoor Instruments

After a beloved choirmaster of a Texas church died in 2020, her congregation wanted to honor her in a unique way.

Survey: White Evangelicals Oppose Abortion; All Other Religious Groups Support It

Many white evangelicals celebrated earlier this week when a leaked draft opinion showed that a majority of Supreme Court justices are ready to overturn Roe v. Wade and eliminate women’s constitutional right to abortion.

New Denomination Urges United Methodists To Walk Out of the Wilderness

The 6th annual gathering of the Wesleyan Covenant Association was broadcast live from Indianapolis Saturday (May 7) to dozens of local churches across the country that are considering leaving the United Methodist Church.

Pope Francis Decries Divisions Caused by Old-School Liturgy Fans

Pope Francis blasted Catholics who, hewing to old-school versions of liturgy like the Latin Mass, have made an ideological battleground of the issue, decrying what he described as devil-inspired divisiveness.

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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