OKLAHOMA CITY (RNS) — With the music blaring and the disco ball glittering, the honored guests — ranging in age from 14 to 74 — were shocked to see Tim Tebow himself show up for the prom at Putnam City Baptist Church.
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(RNS) — 'My job as the shepherd of the church is to protect the flock. And I will do so with whatever means I need,' said Richard Reid, pastor of North Baptist Church in Brockton, Mass.
(RNS) — The Church has operated under a cloud of shame and silence for decades.
(RNS) — And it can be found in pending federal legislation.
(RNS) — It has been, under the surface, a re-litigating of Lee’s terms of surrender at Appomattox. (Commentary)
(RNS) — The glass mosaic atop the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception is the final architectural element of the church, a shrine to Mary visited by nearly 1 million people a year.
Caleb Wilde says many churches teach that "death, and our mortality, is at heart both shameful and has little to no redeeming value."
What do Christians know that Jews have forgotten? Look to Sutherland Springs, Texas.
(RNS) — The 11 members of Salem Chapel have started a crowdsourcing campaign to shore up the building, which sits just north of Niagara Falls.
(RNS) — Now that ISIS has been driven from Mosul in Iraq, Muslim traditionalists say it is imperative to start reconstructing the Mosque of the Prophet Jonah, which had marked the site since the 12th century, along with the ruins of a seventh...
(RNS) — 'Over three decades of ministry, I have seen both men and women struggle to live up to uni-dimensional caricatures of both hyper-masculinized manhood and hyper-feminized womanhood,' writes Julie Roys.
(RNS) — 'A spate of recent events suggests that LGBT-affirming voices within religious communities are more emboldened and confident than ever,' writes Jacob Lupfer. (COMMENTARY)
NAIROBI, Kenya (RNS) — Self-styled preachers unofficially turn two coaches into church each day, ministering to a mobile congregation that might not otherwise attend a service.
ANTIOCH, Tenn. (USA Today) — Services went on as they do every Wednesday at 7 p.m., though the church is still figuring out what to do with an auditorium in disarray and the cluster of reporters that continued to hover.