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Two years after the initial conflict in Ukraine, many Americans have largely forgotten about the ongoing struggles faced by the country. This tendency to forget often occurs after a global crisis, as attention shifts to other pressing issues or more immediate concerns. Despite the initial widespread attention and support that Ukraine received during Russia’s invasion,

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Randall Balmer, an Episcopal priest and historian, along with Jemar Tisby, a history professor and author, discussed white Christian nationalism during a webinar hosted by Faithful America. They highlighted how this ideology deviates from the teachings of Christ by prioritizing political power over prophetic witness. Balmer and Tisby emphasized the intertwined nature of white supremacy

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Lent prompts many individuals to voluntarily give up various habits or behaviors ranging from social media engagement to unhealthy snacking. Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby recommends a book by British theologian Selina Stone titled “Tarry Awhile: Wisdom from Black Spirituality for People of Faith,” reflecting the increasing global significance of Black spirituality within Christianity, especially

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In the 1970s and ’80s, young Catholics encountered a different version of Jesus in their religious classes, a friendly, approachable figure more akin to a buddy than the solemn, mysterious figure of tradition. This portrayal aimed to adapt to a changing world but inadvertently led to a loss of faith over the years as the

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For the third year in a row, the financial reports for the Southern Baptist Convention’s Executive Committee are missing from the annual SBC Ministry Reports website. Despite promises to post the information, it hasn’t appeared. The last time their financial audit was posted was in 2021, covering the years 2019 and 2020. The latest available

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The Kentucky Supreme Court ruled against Samantha Killary, a sexual abuse survivor seeking to extend the time to file claims against those she believes knew of her abuse but did not act. Killary’s claims were made after the statute of limitations had expired but within the scope of a newly amended law. Despite efforts by

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Lamar Hardwick’s life took a turn when he was diagnosed with autism at 36, leading him to discover his true self and become a renowned advocate for faith and autism. Despite facing stage 4 cancer, he remains hopeful, relying on his spiritual strength and continuing his mission to advocate for disability justice within churches.  

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This letter, written by Karen Swallow Prior, addresses the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), urging them to confront and address issues of abuse within the SBC. It highlights instances of abuse, neglect, and cover-ups, criticizing the convention for prioritizing reputation and budgets over the well-being of vulnerable individuals. The letter calls for accountability, transparency, and genuine

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The challenges faced by special-needs families when visiting churches are significant, often leading to a reluctance to attend. However, there are proactive steps that churches can take to ensure these families feel welcomed and accommodated. By providing information on their website, training greeters and guest services teams, and implementing various levels of accommodations, churches can

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Trust in clergy among Americans has reached a historic low, with fewer than a third viewing them as highly honest and ethical, signaling a broader trend of skepticism toward various professions. Factors contributing to this decline include scandals like clergy sex abuse, political polarization, and countercultural moral positions held by certain religious groups. While certain

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Shortly after caucus sites closed, national media outlets declared Donald Trump the winner despite ongoing voting at some locations. Trump triumphed with 51% of the vote, surpassing the combined total of other candidates and dominating nearly all counties. His success was largely credited to robust support from evangelical Christians. This marked a notable shift from

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In Orlando, Florida, two pastors from Orlando Grace Church, Jim Davis and Michael Graham, were perplexed by the seemingly low evangelical presence and Bible engagement in their city despite it being home to major Christian organizations and influential megachurches. This contrasted sharply with the city’s secular image, similar to cities like New York and Seattle.

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