Amanda Casanova

Amanda Casanova

35 Historic Black Churches to Receive Total of $4 Million to Fund Preservation, Renovation Efforts

Nearly three dozen historic Black churches will receive $4 million in funding to help with renovations and the preservation of their buildings and properties.

Christians Are Most Influenced by Family When Resolving Conflicts: Poll

A new research poll from the Barna Group shows that Christians are most influenced by family members when it comes to resolving conflicts.

Indiana Sheriff’s Department Celebrates Baptisms of 40 Inmates

The Decatur County Sheriff's Department in Indiana celebrated the baptisms of some 40 incarcerated men and women just before the New Year.

Virginia Police Chief Criticizes Commonwealth Attorney for Dropping Charges against Megachurch Pastor Arrested in Prostitution Sting

A police chief in Virginia is criticizing the office of the Commonwealth Attorney for dropping charges against a megachurch pastor arrested in 2021 in a prostitution sting.

Man Is Allegedly Told to Leave Mall of America for Wearing 'Jesus Is the Only Way' Shirt

A video has gone viral showing security guards at the Mall of America telling a man wearing a shirt that says, “Jesus is the only way” to remove his t-shirt or leave the mall.

Museum of the Bible to Stage Production of C.S. Lewis' The Horse and His Boy

The Museum of the Bible will soon be presenting a production of C.S. Lewis' The Horse and His Boy, a story that takes place in the realm of Narnia, the fictional kingdom Lewis created in his book, The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe.

Pastor Who Fled the Congo Is Shot Dead in Nashville

A pastor in Nashville who left the Congo due to war was killed outside his apartment last week and left like "trash in the yard," according to police.