Inspired by Western missionaries, a humble Coptic cleric gave new life to the ancient church through education.
The Supreme Court may take on a case this week about whether artists can be forced to provide services for same-sex weddings.
Source: Supreme Court May Take on Case of Florist Who Refused to Serve Gay Wedding
With all the misinformation out there about the most important religious freedom ruling of the year, here’s a review of the facts.
Source: Mopping Up Myths about Masterpiece: The Truth about the Cake Shop Case
The pastor of First Baptist Church in Dallas says billboards his congregation sponsored calling America a Christian nation were taken down because the company called them too “divisive.”
Source: Church’s ‘America is a Christian Nation’ Billboard Forced Down as too ‘Divisive’
Here are 10 things you need to know about evangelicals.
Source: What Does the Term 'Evangelical' Really Mean? Here are 10 Things to Know
In an op-ed for The Biblical Recorder, Milton A. Hollifield Jr. said fathers should look to the story of Joshua for inspiration in leading their own homes.
Source: Churches across the Country Will Host Special Father's Day Events This Weekend
As the Presbyterian Church (USA) prepares for its biennial General Assembly in St. Louis beginning Saturday (June 16), many PCUSA leaders are hoping to address several contentious issues during the weeklong meeting — and to bring reform to the dwindling mainline Protestant denomination.
Source: Presbyterians Aim to Revive Mainline Denomination at Annual Meeting
The Episcopal Church in South Carolina is preparing to reclaim control of more than two dozen properties worth an estimated $500 million after the U.S. Supreme Court decided not to hear an appeal brought by a breakaway group of conservative Anglican congregations.
Source: Justices Deny Bid from Dissident South Carolina Churches to Keep Buildings
There are few spots around the world where parents don’t have to drag their young adult children to worship: Ghana, a predominantly Christian county is one; Chad, a predominantly Muslim country, is another.
Source: Losing Their Religion: Younger Adults are Less Religious, and Not Only in the US
“Toddlers are born assistants,” says Michaeleen Doucleff with NPR. Earlier this month, she contributed to NPR’s series on “How to Raise a Human” with an article about how to get kids to (willingly) do their chores. The key, she says, lies in that toddler instinct to help.
Source: Why Your Kids Don’t (Willingly) Help with the Chores