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Christian author Josh McDowell steps away from ministry after comments about Black, minority families

ORLANDO, Fla. (RNS) – Best-selling Christian author and speaker Josh McDowell has stepped back from ministry after comments he made at a meeting of the American Association of Christian Counselors Sept. 18.

Twenty years later, ‘In Christ Alone’ still inspires millions to sing

NASHVILLE (RNS) – The melody that changed Keith Getty's life was first scratched out on the back of an electric bill in a humble flat in Northern Ireland.

Class-action lawsuit claims RZIM covered up abuse, misled donors

ATLANTA (RNS) – Donors to Ravi Zacharias International Ministries are suing the troubled nonprofit for allegedly covering up its founder’s abusive behavior.

Amid revival, Long Hollow mourns loss of beloved staff pastor Chris Swain

HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. (RNS) — For the past seven months, Long Hollow Baptist Church has been a place of miracles and wonder.

Billy Graham’s 1940s cottage in North Carolina listed for sale

(RNS) – If you want to buy a piece of American religious history, then – as Billy Graham might have said – the time is now.

Liberty University demandada por el ex oficial de diversidad, el jugador de la NFL Kelvin Edwards

LYNCHBURG, Virginia (RNS) - Un ex jugador de la NFL que se desempeñó como oficial de diversidad en Liberty University demandó a la escuela cristiana por $8 millones, alegando que su despido violaba la Ley de Derechos Civiles y la Ley de Derechos Humanos de Virginia.

Liberty University sued by former diversity officer, NFL player Kelvin Edwards

LYNCHBURG, Va. (RNS) – A former NFL player who served as a diversity officer at Liberty University has sued the Christian school for $8 million, claiming his firing violated the Civil Rights Act and the Virginia Human Rights Act.

Will COVID-19 be the end of the church collection plate?

(RNS) — In the 1984 film “Mass Appeal,” Father Tim Farley, played by Jack Lemmon, gives a young, aspiring priest a lesson in church finances.

Burmese Baptists organize rally in DC against coup in Myanmar

WASHINGTON, D.C. (RNS) — Clara Thethtet Tunwin had had enough.

5 faith facts as Baylor and Gonzaga square off for NCAA hoops crown

INDIANAPOLIS (RNS) — March Madness ends tonight with the ultimate church league showdown.