Pastor Spreads Cheer During Pandemic Lockdown in Kenya by Bringing the “Balcony Church” to Nairobi Children
From church choirs that sing virtual anthems to star-studded musical performances and an Easter Sunday Concert at the Duomo in Milan , the use of music to succor others has been reinvented globally in creative ways during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Pew Study: Black Millennials Are the Most Religious
Data from the Pew Center 2014 Religious Landscape Study reveals 64 percent of black Millennials are “highly religious” compared to 39 percent of nonblack Millennials.
Pew Study on Being Christian in Western Europe
A new Pew Research Center survey examined traditional Christian religious beliefs and behaviors including views on national identity, immigrants and religious minorities Europe.
A Week of Religious Pluralism in the Oklahoma Senate
Senator Stephanie Bice has invited religious leaders of diverse faiths to open the Oklahoma Senate sessions with prayers this week as part of a program to promote religious diversity.
New Course on Religion in a Pluralistic Society
John Inazu and Eboo Patel, a law professor and a visiting scholar, have teamed up to co-teach “Religion, Politics, and the University,” a course offered through the John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics of Washington University in St. Louis.
Religious Diversity Featured at New Zealand Parliament
The New Zealand Human Rights Commission and the Religious Diversity Centre held a luncheon at the Parliament to promote the importance of social inclusion in the country.
Religion Communicators Shape History
by Rev. Brian Fesler, Nashville, Tennessee The Religion Communicators Council (RCC) is a professional organization formed in 1929 with the mission of promoting excellence in religious communications and advancing religious literacy.