WASHINGTON (RNS) — 'We are not just here to march; we are here to mobilize,' was the theme of Saturday's concluding Poor People's Campaign rally.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — More than 1,700 groups have visited the high-tech Museum of the Bible that sits two blocks from the National Mall, the site of the U.S. Capitol, art galleries and other museums.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — The 430,000-square-foot museum's creators seek to fascinate, educate and — depending on your point of view — evangelize.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — And museum co-founder Steve Green breathes a sigh of relief.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — The 430,000-square-foot museum with a view of the U.S. Capitol is meant to fascinate, educate and — depending on your point of view — evangelize.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — At turns on their knees, huddled in small groups and facing a stage with hands raised, those in the crowd prayed for reconciliation between men and women, between racial and ethnic groups, and for ending abortion.
(RNS) Americans of faith, many at the march wanted it to be known, are not just conservative Christians.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Evangelicals of all ages filled the National Mall on one of the hottest days in Washington this summer and prayed for national unity.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Many returned to the National Mall four years after the first Reason Rally for what was billed as a “voter bloc party.”
WASHINGTON (RNS) Nick Hall, leader of prayer events aimed at young people, hopes the event will draw crowds like Promise Keepers did two decades ago.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Clergy from California to Connecticut created a makeshift graveyard on the National Mall on Thursday as they exhorted Congress to strengthen gun control.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Atheists and nonbelievers gathered on the National Mall Saturday (March 24) in a bid to show politicians, voters and even themselves that they have grown into a force to be recognized and reckoned with. By Kimberly Winston.
(RNS) Thousands of nonbelievers will gather this Saturday (March 24) on the National Mall for the "Reason Rally," a daylong event to "unify, energize and embolden secular people nationwide." By Kimberly Winston.