(RNS) — One Alabama megachurch preacher is experiencing a cautionary tale about a central spiritual idea: What goes around comes around.
(RNS) — One year after her death, it appears Evans isn’t finished speaking yet.
(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.
DENVER (RNS) — Nearly 2,500 attendees gathered in Denver for two days to seek community in what many called "the wilderness" of deconstruction. Speakers grappled with questions about faith, church, power and justice. Even as they also mourned the death of co-founder, Rachel Held Evans.
(RNS) — LifeWay Christian Resources announced Wednesday (March 20) it will close all of its brick-and-mortar stores this year.
(RNS) Christian women online have found new platforms to teach, preach and connect. "God isn't trademarked," says Sarah Bessey.
(RNS) — Signers of the #SilenceIsNotSpiritual statement include more than 140 pastors, professors, heads of parachurch organizations and popular authors and speakers such as Jen Hatmaker, Rachel Held Evans, Ann Voskamp, Amena Brown and Helen Lee.
(RNS) This summer, she's launching a new podcast that already is set to hit a million downloads in its first month. And she's releasing a book — her 12th — in which she shares more about her life's ups and downs than in any other she's written.
(RNS) — Whatever abuse you take for standing with LGBTQ people is nothing compared to the abuse they suffer every day.
(RNS) These 10 people have publicly broken with Christian hard-line positions against same-sex marriage.
(RNS) For many, the internet has created new platforms to teach, preach and connect.
In which the author announces a new memoir and a 3rd edition of Changing Our Mind.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (RNS) The entire 2,000-year history of the Christian church has spoken univocally about homosexuality.
(RNS) Established churches have struggled to identify, cultivate and incorporate women’s gifts. So women are taking an entrepreneurial approach to ministry.
Hatmaker’s original sin is that she boldly broke ranks with the evangelical powers-that-be on same-sex relationships.
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