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August 8, 2023   •   

How Christian Colleges Nurture Jewish Students

Statue symbolizes the 151 years of Christian and Jewish connection.

October 11, 2022   •   

C.S. Lewis Course on the Truth and Goodness of the Christian Faith

Few people have explored the enormous depth and breadth of Christianity as intimately and critically as C.S. Lewis.

June 19, 2022   •   

Christian Activist Appointed to U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom

David Curry, President and CEO of the Christian outreach organization Open Doors, is a new commissioner.

May 23, 2022   •   

Pastor Sees the Hand of God in Finding a Kidney Donor

A pastor in Bellevue, Nebraska, is set to receive a kidney donation that will save his life in what he believes is an act of divine intervention.

April 23, 2022   •   

How The Oldest Congregation in America Celebrated Easter 2022

After two years, the congregation finally celebrated the holiday together...thanks to the East End Temple.

April 16, 2022   •   

Catholic Priests Abducted in Continuing Acts of Violence Against Nigerian Christians

One of three Roman Catholic priests kidnapped in March in Nigeria has been released by his abductors.

April 11, 2022   •   

Are Women the Future of the World’s Largest Religion?

Gina A. Zurlo, Co-Director of the Center for the Study of Global Christianity, believes the answer is “yes.”

February 27, 2022   •   

Remembering Freedom Fighter Harriet Tubman, ‘Moses’ of Her People

In celebration of National Black History Month, we honor the life and legacy of Harriet Tubman, a woman of deep and abiding faith.

February 12, 2022   •   

Carpenter Who Survived 27 Hours at Sea Says His Faith in God Sustained Him

A disabled man, washed out to sea by a tsunami, says faith supported him through his ordeal.

February 6, 2022   •   

Interfaith Complex in the Persian Gulf Promises to be a Symbol of Religious Freedom and Tolerance

A mosque, synagogue and church—part of a colossal interfaith complex in the UAE

November 19, 2021   •   

Campaign in Support of a Pastor Jailed in Cuba for his Peaceful Protest

A human rights organization calls on people to join the campaign to secure the release of a pastor in Cuba jailed for participating in peaceful protests.

June 22, 2017   •   

When Belief Is A Crime

We need to wake up, all of us, and realize that every time we allow someone’s religious rights to be kicked aside, we are putting our own at risk. If a group as large and established as the Christian church can be discriminated against and criminalized, what is safe?