(RNS) — Minority groups are calling for law enforcement and Zoom to crack down on perpetrators of racial abuse on the platform.
(RNS) — ‘This is probably the most uncertain and concerning situation that World Vision has faced in our 70-year history,’ said Edgar Sandoval Sr.
(RNS) — Christians are called to ‘redeem the time.’ This pandemic is perhaps the best opportunity for paradigm change we’ve seen in our lifetimes.
(RNS) — We all know the feeling of the downward spiral of fear, anxiety and worry. We ‘start to sink’ when we forget God’s promises to us. We forget that he is in control of our lives.
(RNS) — Some New Yorkers have questioned whether the Samaritan’s Purse field hospital would treat LGBTQ patients equally.
CENTRAL, La. (AP) — Pastor Tony Spell has confirmed that he is facing misdemeanor charges, but said the summons wasn't deterring him.
(RNS) — ‘Employees in certain states were asked to use personal paid time off and vacation benefits in the early stages of a store closure, with the Company temporarily paying 75% of average wages after,’ read a statement from the company.
(RNS) — The Rev. Molly T. Marshall said she offered her resignation at the beginning of the month ‘because of an ethical lapse that betrayed my stewardship of office.’
(RNS) — ‘McMillions,’ the hit HBO documentary series, offers true crime with a soul.
(RNS) — It’s not the month we wanted, but it is the month we’ve been given. And we will get through it.
(RNS) — In 1793, Philadelphia's black community saved many of their fellow citizens from yellow fever, modeling Christian self-sacrifice despite their second-class status in their own city.
(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.
(RNS) — ‘I believe there is nothing more important than faith in a time like this,’ the Hillsborough County Sheriff said. ‘But practicing those beliefs has to be done safely.’
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The evangelical college has faced intense criticism over its decision to welcome students back to campus last week after the end of their spring break.
(RNS) — The field hospital, which is expected to open Tuesday (March 31), will allow Mount Sinai Hospital additional surge capacity as New York City grapples with an overstretched medical system.