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Media Assets for “Black Voices Matter: with Jemar Tisby, Pastor Tyler Burns, and RNS guest host national reporter Adelle Banks”

By Jonathan Woodward — June 6, 2020

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Black Voices Matter: with Jemar Tisby, Pastor Tyler Burns, and RNS guest host national reporter Adelle Banks

By Jonathan Woodward — June 6, 2020

We are sincerely grateful for the time and consideration that our two guests, Jemar Tisby and Pastor Tyler Burns, gave to this podcast, and how they so carefully gave us something to listen to and think on. (Check out Jemar’s recent Opinion piece for RNS here.)  In this episode, Tisby and Burns talk about the exhaustion they are feeling […]

RNS Reporter Adelle M. Banks talks to Leith Anderson

By National Association of Evangelicals — July 15, 2016

In this podcast, the RNS veteran shares the challenges of reporting on religion, particularly evangelicalism.

Source: National Association of Evangelicals

RNS reporters on the big religion stories they expect to cover in 2023

By RNS staff — December 30, 2022

(RNS) — From psychedelics to Christian nationalism, a look at what’s ahead for religion in the coming year.

Christian leaders to tackle US polarization

By RNS Press Release Distribution Service — September 29, 2022

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Southern Baptists change direction on sexual abuse after years of delay

By Bob Smietana — June 17, 2022

(RNS) — The recently concluded SBC meeting swung between worship and bickering as more than 10,000 Southern Baptists gathered in California to address sexual abuse.

Southern Baptist abuse task force requests $3 million for reforms, ‘Ministry Check’ website

By Bob Smietana — June 1, 2022

(RNS) — Reforms would include a website to track abusers and hiring staff to respond to abuse allegations.

‘Pray for Ukraine’: Religious leaders call for peace and God’s protection

By Bob Smietana — February 24, 2022

(RNS) — In response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, religious leaders prayed for peace and asked God to watch over civilians.

Promise Keepers says it has changed. The times have changed more.

By Roxanne Stone — July 16, 2021

(RNS) — An organization once committed to a post-political future has reemerged into a culture entrenched in a bitter partisan battle.

Gavel named for slaveholder replaced with one recalling missionary at SBC meeting

By Adelle M. Banks — June 15, 2021

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (RNS) — SBC President J.D. Greear is showing ‘the need for continuing to move from the past that we had to the present that we’re in,’ says a SBC historian.

Russell Moore leaves Southern Baptist leadership, but denomination’s troubles remain

By Bob Smietana — May 21, 2021

NASHVILLE (RNS) — Southern Baptists have long been able to find enough consensus to cooperate on missions. In recent years, they’ve become less cooperative because of debates over race, politics and the role of women in the church.

RNS/Interfaith America Fall 2022 America Religion Journalism Fellowship

By Dan Caldwell — April 27, 2021

Religion News Service (RNS) and Interfaith America are pleased to announce the 2022-2023 RNS/IA Religion Journalism Fellowship. This fellowship, returning for its second year, will run from September 2022 to March 2023. This fellowship serves to develop future religion news journalists by deepening their understanding of religious expression in individual lives and civic life and […]

RNS Updated Budget — Tuesday, March 30, 2021

By Religion News Service — March 30, 2021

NEWS BRIEF RNS-Officer-Mass: Eric Talley, ‘a faithful and heroic officer’ killed in Boulder shooting, honored in Catholic funeral Mass (RNS) — A Catholic funeral Mass was held Monday (March 29) for Eric Talley, the Boulder police officer who was one of the 10 people killed in the mass shooting at a King Soopers grocery store. […]

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