PLAYAS DE TIJUANA, Mexico (RNS) — Imam Omar Suleiman led a binational prayer Sunday (Oct. 27) at Friendship Park, a historic meeting place on the US-Mexico border that overlooks the Pacific Ocean between San Diego and Tijuana.
(RNS) — A New Jersey pastor has filed suit against Wells Fargo Bank and the New Jersey State Police, claiming false arrest. The Rev. Jeffrey Edwards says police and the bank falsely identified him on social media as a suspect in a check fraud case.
PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (RNS) — Teams of Christians — Baptists, Mormons, Jehovah's Witnesses and more — aim to save souls at the Winter Games.
(RNS) — Decades later, military chaplains tear up when they speak of these four men.
(RNS) — While abortion is often portrayed as a binary issue, with religious people against it and secular people for it, the truth is much more complicated.
(RNS) — While Roy Moore campaigned with a fundamentalist fervor, Jones' religious life has been one of quiet, consistent worship and church involvement.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (RNS) — Working to bring Christians back together has taught me about our shared faith and how it can still light the world.
NEW YORK (UMNS) A group of United Methodist clergywomen created #wepraywithher to join a larger devotional project for the U.S. presidential candidate and honor women who have broken glass ceilings for them.
WASHINGTON (RNS) For some believers, a God who picks the president is a God close at hand. For skeptics, the belief can lead to catastrophic conclusions.
(RNS) Hillary Clinton quoted Scripture, hymns and even St. Francis of Assisi as she spoke at length about her faith -- something she said doesn't come naturally to a 'Midwestern Methodist.'
(RNS) He was raised a Roman Catholic, worked alongside Jesuits in Honduras and loves Pope Francis. But Tim Kaine separates the personal from the political when it comes to religious doctrine.
(RNS) Decades ago it never occurred to me nor to many evangelicals in United Methodism that our church's membership decline and theological liberalism in America would be reversed by dramatic growth in Africa.
PORTLAND, Ore. (RNS) But delegates on all sides of the issues were hopeful as the conference ended.
PORTLAND, Ore. (RNS) The church faces increasing pressure in the United States to ordain LGBT clergy and allow same-sex weddings, both strongly opposed by conservatives in this country and among its growing congregations in Africa.
(RNS) The General Conference voted down a discernment process that would have allowed delegates to discuss contentious issues in small groups.
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