ICE deports a Lutheran student pastor. Beth Moore says there’s no such thing as a “godly misogynist.” And some good news from Jeopardy host Alex Trebek.
MacKenzie Bezos is donating half of her multi-billion dollar fortune to charity, a few Navy pilots say they reported UFO sightings “almost daily” and why movies starring actors of color keep over-performing at the box office.
The Ark Encounter Museum has filed a lawsuit over rain damages, the next fetal heartbeat abortion bill might be signed into law by a Democrat and a new CCM supergroup is on the way.
The Internet’s Most Notorious Pick-Up Artist Claims He’s Turning From His Ways After Becoming a Christian, a Church Says It’ll Pay for Cohabitating Couples to Tie the Knot and Ava DuVernay Explains How Netflix’s Business Model Inadvertently…
A new study finds that ten percent of young Christians say they’ve left a church because they felt it didn’t take sex abuse seriously enough, former megachurch pastor James MacDonald is being investigated for murder-for-hire allegations and a new…
Billionaire tech investor Robert Smith will pay off the entire Morehouse Class of 2019’s student debt, President Trump may issue pardons of accused and convicted war criminals and we’ve got our first look at HBO’s upcoming ‘His Dark…
Disconcerting new texts have turned up in the investigation around Eric Garner’s death, the writer of ‘Juno’ says she’d write her movie differently today and do we finally have our next Batman?
Selena Gomez says social media has been “terrible” for her generation, the Alabama Senate passed the nation’s most restrictive abortion law and an upcoming miniseries will explore the story of a pastor who turned to a life of crime.
A famous cryptocurrency scheme scams churches out of millions, and pastors might be complicit, Beth Moore stands by her belief that women can preach in the Southern Baptist Convention and the National return with a new album and a short film.
The U.S. has a released a concerning new report about threats to religious freedom around the globe, HBO is making a new film about justice reform advocate Bryan Stevenson and the pope had some advice for the world’s hairdressers.
A new study finds a surprising number of Americans think Christians face persecution, a new satirical comedy about Christian movies is in the works and a church in Portland has found a creative way to help the local homeless.
A controversial pastor ventures into the world of Christian weed, brutal executions shake Saudi Arabia and a megachurch’s Easter gesture changes thousands of lives.
A new study puts the racial disparity of the justice system into perspective, American Christians are losing interest in evangelism and a kindly dinner invitation has gone viral and changed at least one life.
Pundits bristle over Obama’s Sri Lanka sentiments, J.R.R. Tolkien’s family says they didn’t approve of the upcoming biopic about his life and an update on Rachel Held Evans’ health scare