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Students at Sundance Explore Film through the Eyes of Faith
Tuesday, February 5, 2019
More than 200 seminary and Christian college students, faculty and others who view films through the eyes of faith attended the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, recently. They joined the...
Dodging Dangers, Mission Groups Weigh Risks and Rewards
Thursday, August 16, 2018
This year’s many risks, from fuel-price riots in Haiti to violent unrest in Nicaragua, have forced a fresh reckoning with thorny questions: How much risk is too much?
Christian Camps Get Creative to Attract Youth in a Tech-Distracted Age
Tuesday, July 31, 2018
Fun and faith formation remain the foundation of Christian camping. But kids now enjoy a greater range of activities, including motocross, robotics and theater. At least one camp hosts a weeklong...
Ministries and Money: Christian Charities That Use Your Money Wisely
Monday, November 28, 2016
So how can prospective donors looking to support Christian organizations figure out which ones deliver the most “ministry per dollar”?
White Male Leadership Persists at Evangelical Ministries
Wednesday, September 7, 2016
While America’s population is becoming less white and while gender diversity is transforming workplaces, white male leadership persists at most evangelical parachurch organizations.
Evangelicals: We Don’t Have All the Answers
Friday, April 29, 2016
As evangelicals fear losing social influence amid America’s shifting mores, some are reaching out to the other side in a new approach that de-emphasizes certainties.
‘A Purpose to Everything under the Sun, Including Marijuana’
Thursday, March 10, 2016
Four years ago, an evangelical Christian family entered Colorado’s booming medical marijuana marketplace and developed an extract called Charlotte’s Web.
Anti-abortion Groups Condemn Planned Parenthood Shooting
Wednesday, December 2, 2015
Since Mother’s Day in 1994, Catholic priest Bill Carmody has led weekly Masses outside Planned Parenthood facilities in Colorado Springs where a gunman killed three people last Friday (Nov. 27).
Christian news headlines from the United States and around the world
Eminem Tops Christian Billboard Chart with New Faith-Based Song
Lori Loughlin to Star in Movie for Hallmark Rival Great American Family: 'She's America's Sweetheart'
Southern Baptist Committee Disfellowships Church for Affirming Homosexuality
70 percent of Americans Say Declaring the U.S. a Christian Nation Is Unconstitutional
Archaeologists Discover 3,300-Year-Old Pottery Dating to Rameses and Possibly Moses: Like an 'Indiana Jones Film Set'
What 'The State of Theology' Tells Us
Putin's Threat of Nuclear Escalation 'Could Be a Reality'
What I Wish I Could Tell My Younger Self
Losing Our Religion: Blue Laws Decline While Deaths of Despair Do Not
Christians are Called to Help People, Even if They Don't Believe They Need Help
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