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Scott Morrison

Australia’s New Prime Minister Is an Evangelical

Scott Morrison is the first evangelical Christian to become Australia's prime minister and sees Christianity as one of his motivations for public service.
Thom Rainer

Thom Rainer Leaving LifeWay. Says It’s Time for New Leadership

Thom Rainer, the president of LifeWay Christian Resources, says he is resisting the urge to stay on the job and plans to retire in the coming year.
White House evangelical dinner

Trump Touts ‘Keeping His Promises’ at Dinner for 100 Evangelicals

At the White House evangelical dinner Trump's list of promises-kept included protecting religious liberty and reinstatement of the Mexico City policy.
Archbishop Vigano

Archbishop Calls for Pope Francis to Resign

Archbishop Vigano claims Pope Francis has been covering sexual abuse in the Catholic Church for years and must resign.
Pastor suicide Andrew Stoecklein

Depression and Anxiety Claim Life of Lead Pastor Andrew Stoecklein

Andrew Stoecklein of Inland Hills Church in Chino, California, attempted to take his life on Friday, August 25, 2018. Unfortunately, his attempt was successful. His story reminds us that pastor suicide is something we should be wary of.
Stone Mountain

Thousands Flocked to This Confederate Monument for a Very Good Reason

Christians from all races and denominations climbed to the top of Stone Mountain, outside Atlanta, Georgia, to pray for racial reconciliation.
Jerry Scott Squires

Update: Army Exonorates Southern Baptist Chaplain

Questions are being raised about a U.S. Army investigation that resulted in dereliction of duty charges against Jerry Scott Squires, a Southern Baptist chaplain.
John McCain faith

Remembering ‘Maverick’ John McCain as a Man of Faith

Known for his long political career and runs for President, John McCain might not be remembered for the faith that brought him through many trials—personal and public. As we remember John McCain faith should be mentioned.
Say Nope to the Pope

‘Say Nope to the Pope’ Gaining Steam Before Dublin Mass

“Say Nope to the Pope” has people applying for free tickets for this weekend’s mass with no plans to attend. Organizers hope the the sight of thousands of empty seats will be an effective silent and peaceful protest.
religion and politics

Politics in the Pew: No Diversity, Thank You!

Religion and politics go hand in hand for many churchgoers. More than half under 50 say they prefer to go to church with people who share their political views.
Saddleback Church

Jury Convicts Saddleback Youth Mentor of Molesting Boys at Church

Thirty-three-year-old Ruven (Ruben) Meulenberg, a Saddleback church mentor, was convicted of two counts of lewd acts with a minor younger than 14 and three counts of lewd acts on children 14 or 15 in an Orange county court.
Manafort verdict

Manafort Verdict Deepens Evangelical Divide

While not many evangelicals commented on the Manafort verdict and its implications for Trump’s presidency, those that did ignited a firestorm of comments from Christians both for and against Trump on Twitter.
United Methodist Church

United Methodists Are Not Very United These Days

Fault lines are developing in the United Methodist Church following a recommendation by the Council of Bishops in May to adopt the One Church Plan at a special General Conference to be held in February in St. Louis.
fake news sites

Russia and Iran Use Facebook to Attack Israel

Facebook says the fake news sites were engaged in and experimented with online, social media-driven influence operations to shape political discourse.
SoCal Harvest

More Than 9,000 Respond to the Message From a Banned Book

The Bible may have been banned from billboards advertising the SoCal Harvest but that didn’t stop more than 9,000 people from making decisions for Christ at the three-day event.
Kerala flood

Christians Jump to Rescue Flood Victims in Kerala

Churches and Christian organizations have been affected by the Kerala flood but they're also helping flood victims any way they can.
pastor's salary

How Much Should You Pay Your Pastor?

Are there rules governing a pastor's salary? John Piper has some principles derived from the Scriptures to guide church leaders on this often asked question.
Nepal anti-conversion law

Sharing Your Faith Can Now Get You Thrown in Jail in Nepal

A new Nepal anti-conversion law adds penalties including five years in jail and a fine.  Any foreigner found guilty of such practice will be deported within a week.
Satanic Temple Baphomet

Satanic Temple Unveils Disturbing Statue at Arkansas Capitol

More an attempt at a power struggle than an act of devotion to Satan, the monument’s presence was intended to protest the Ten Commandments monument that was installed at the Capitol in 2017.
Russell Moore complementarianism

Russell Moore: Will Complementarianism Survive the #meToo Movement?

With the #meToo movement showing no signs of losing steam, Rusell Moore asks and answers a very pertinent question: Will complementarianism survive the movement?

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Leader Who Supported Abusive Pastor Starts New Church

Two years ago after it came to light that he had knowingly supported admitted sexual abuser, Andy Savage, former Highpoint pastor Chris Conlee is starting a new church.

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