(RNS) — He insists the march is not an effort to encourage voting or to rally evangelicals to the polls ahead of the Nov. 3 election. But his choice of speakers suggests otherwise.
(RNS) — Graham said the choice in November is clear: Democrats will steer the country toward the socialism of Venezuela or Cuba.
(RNS) — Two relatives of the late evangelist Billy Graham, the head of an anti-abortion ministry, and the cofounder of Liberty University's Falkirk Center are among the conservative Christian leaders scheduled to speak this week at the Republican National Convention.
(RNS) — The 10-foot, 10-inch-tall statue of the renowned evangelist will replace a statue of Charles Aycock that both the state of North Carolina and the US House want removed.
NEW YORK (AP) — Franklin Graham talks about his Christian relief charity’s Central Park field hospital and reopening the country.
(RNS) — The group's medical staff, many of whom are experts in communicable diseases, will remain in New York City for a few more weeks to help out at Mount Sinai Hospital.
(RNS) — In this time of growing polarization and identity politics, Whitney Tilson has stood his ground defending the work of the evangelical disaster relief organization, even as it has cost him some friendships.
(RNS) — LGBTQ activists stood several yards away from Samaritan Purse’s field hospital on the East Meadow lawn on Tuesday (April 14) and blasted city and state officials and Mount Sinai Hospital for partnering with the evangelical humanitarian relief organization.
(RNS) — Some New Yorkers have questioned whether the Samaritan’s Purse field hospital would treat LGBTQ patients equally.
(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.
(RNS) — The tour is scheduled for late May through early June and was to feature eight venues in eight cities across the U.K. Thousands signed petitions objecting to his visit.
(RNS) — Religious leaders were split along liberal and conservative lines, though even the president's staunchest supporters appeared unsettled about the potential blowback from the attack.
(RNS) — Christian aid organizations in Syria have sprung into action in response to the new conflict in the region and are vowing to stay with the Kurds as the crisis grows.
(RNS) — It is healthy for evangelical leaders to want to influence the president, but when appeasement of Trump extends to promoting someone many Christians would call a false teacher, they risk their reputations.
(RNS) — How will Billy Graham be remembered? Is his son Franklin damaging that legacy? Historian and Graham biographer Grant Wacker weighs in.