(RNS) — Prominent evangelical Christians shared their appreciation for the apologist as news spread earlier this month he had returned home to Atlanta from the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, where he had been receiving treatment for cancer.
(RNS) — Many US United Methodist leaders see the delay as a blessing, allowing more time and cooler heads to consider a split. Others are concerned about ongoing damage after decades of debate over the role of LGBTQ Christians in the church.
(RNS) — As the coronavirus continues to upend daily life in the United States, churches and Christian leaders are finding ways to relieve anxious kids and overwhelmed parents online.
(RNS) — Curtice wasn’t expecting to release her book amid a pandemic, but she believes the book can speak into this moment in history.
(RNS) — One year after her death, it appears Evans isn’t finished speaking yet.
(RNS) — For now, many are choosing to stay closed, even as they try to make plans for what a reopening will look like.
(RNS) — From hashtagged photos posted on Instagram to immersive apps, digital pilgrimages are making spiritual journeys possible for the faithful, even as they stay home.
(RNS) — Christian author and speaker Jen Hatmaker spoke to RNS about her latest book, what she learned from her experiences as an outlier in evangelicalism and what is making her feel hopeful during the coronavirus pandemic.
(RNS) — From shofar blasts to Facebook Live, a number of faith-based organizations have moved online to mark Earth Day as in-person gatherings have been canceled around the globe.
(RNS) — Many apps have reported spikes in searches for meditations on fear and anxiety since the pandemic started.
(RNS) — Since it was announced in March, Tate Springs Baptist Church’s virtual Easter egg hunt has grown into a national event, even leaping to the attention of the National Esports Association.
(RNS) — Social distancing measures have caused radical dislocations for a holiday that is at once one of the most mystical and most hands-on in world religion.
(RNS) — The statement already had gathered about 6,800 signatures online as of Thursday (April 2) morning.
(RNS) — A federal judge has ordered a new environmental review for the Dakota Access pipeline in what the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is celebrating as a “significant legal win.”
(RNS) — Giving is down, attendance is up and a good number of pastors still aren’t sure what they’re going to do about Easter.