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Ann Brock of the blog Old Black Church writes that a Black family was driven off from attending the First Baptist Church in the majority African-American town of Forrest City, Ark., following racist remarks from white churchgoers. Despite an initial invite to the church, Donna Mac quickly felt unwelcomed as her family was denied entry

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The Southern Baptist Convention attempts to discredit Guidepost, the organization hired to investigate sexual abuse allegations against the SBC Executive Committee. Members of the SBC are citing a Tweet from Guidepost, posted in support of the LGBTQ+ community for Pride month, as cause for concern.  Baptist News Global’s Mark Wingfield states that Guidepost is not

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The Evangelical aid organization Samaritan’s Purse has been called out recently over what critics say is a questionable spending pattern. Sarah Einselen of The Roys Report writes that the charity is bringing in more money than it is giving out in emergency aid, raising the suspicion of donors. Charities that take in more than they

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A committee meeting at the Presbyterian Church USA (PCUSA)’s General Assembly adopted Tuesday a resolution declaring that Israel is an apartheid state. The denomination’s General Assembly is meeting using a hybrid model of in-person committee sessions in Louisville, Ky., and plenary sessions online from June 18 to July 9. The PC(USA) is the largest Presbyterian

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Sight & Sound Theatres, known for presenting Bible stories in the form of musicals on stage, is adding film production to its offerings. The new venture, Sight & Sound Films, will focus on producing films with biblical principles and about historical figures who according to chief story officer and president of Sight and Sound, Josh

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In an attempt to mitigate the problem of homelessness in communities across the U.S., churches are building tiny homes for the homeless. Various versions of tiny homes including fixed micro houses to moveable cabins are being constructed on church premises. The church leaders derive the motivation to offer shelter to the homeless from their beliefs

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The secular investigative firm Guidepost Solutions made waves around the world recently after releasing a report detailing years of alleged abuse within the Southern Baptist Convention. Randy Davis, the president and executive director of the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board, initially supported this report, stating that the findings presented “an important issue for the SBC to

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Following the sudden firing of a Black administrator at the Columbia Theological Seminary, black students are protesting and pointing out that the firing of administration and faculty members of color has been going on since 2019. The Columbia Theological Seminary is a Presbyterian Church seminary located in Decatur, Georgia. Earlier this week, the Columbia community

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With Roe v. Wade overturned, family privacy rights might now be at significant risk. Homeschooling Evangelicals cherish these rights, which are not directly mentioned in the Constitution. The strongest support for the right to homeschool or otherwise secure a religious education for their children is found in Roe v. Wade. Reversing Roe v. Wade has

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The overturning of Roe v Wade may be the biggest story in Christian politics in the last 50 years. There is such a glut of information as we seek to navigate this momentous shift. We at Faith on View decided to compile a list of what we think are some of the most interesting and

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In an alarming incident, “concerning letters” have been found at the main entrance of a number of churches in Tennessee which propelled the FBI and authorities in Tennessee to investigate the issue. The letters were left at local Baptist churches as well as at a Masonic lodge and a Jellico business. The Sheriff of Campbell

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The Balsora Baptist Church in Bridgeport Texas has been destroyed by a devastating fire on Friday, June 17, causing great distress for the residents.  However, the community also witnessed a miracle as even though the church has been completely destroyed, a cross of the church remains upright and undestroyed.  Pastor Sonny Smith described it as

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