Prosperity preacher and financial expert Michael Chitwood launched a profane critique of the stimulus package on Twitter.
(RNS) — With churchgoers holed up in their homes for weeks and even months to come, Christian leaders are starting to ask: Is Communion appropriate for cyberspace?
(RNS) — Surgeon General Jerome M. Adams advised faith leaders: 'Follow the guidance from your local health department and find ways to partner with them.'
(RNS) — Trials are tests that authenticate our faith. They are painful, but they strengthen us spiritually and build our character.
(RNS) — Former Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski, who was convicted on federal charges in 2018, talks about life on the inside during the COVID-19 pandemic.
(RNS) — ‘It’s a big day, Nov. 3; that’s going to be one of the biggest dates in the history of religion, as far as I’m concerned,’ Trump said.
(RNS) — Denominational leaders were concerned about the risk of contagion, but finances also played a role. With many churches closed, leaders did not want churches spending stretched resources on travel.
(RNS) — Congregations from a variety of denominations in Kentucky, Texas, Washington and Minnesota are taking the drive-in approach at their churches, encouraging members to park their cars on church property and tune in to the service on their radios. Pathway Baptist Church did them one better.
(RNS) — Some churches that are staying open despite the pandemic need to trust that closing our churches is not about fear; it’s about love.
(RNS) — Jerry Falwell Jr. plans to reopen Liberty University to students, faculty and staff. It's time to stop him from making a terrible mistake.
(RNS) — Pastors of newer churches are faced with the dilemma of figuring out how to reach and keep new members without ‘pressing the flesh,’ one expert said.
(RNS) — A rich dialogue is developing among conservative evangelical women about how to best help families seeking refuge in America.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — A senior Trump administration House official said faith communities ‘may not be able to physically gather for the foreseeable future.’
(RNS) — In a Q&A, the megachurch pastor talked about preaching during a pandemic, making faith leaders ‘first responders’ and criticism of Trump’s handling of the crisis.
(RNS) — Pastors aligned with Trump seem to have run with the president's once-dismissive attitude toward the spread of COVID-19.