Page, 65, was known for bridging divides in the 15-million-member denomination.
Smith is one of the surviving workers whose strike brought Martin Luther King Jr. to Tennessee in 1968.
Church elders and an outside firm investigated and cleared Hybels. But recently several former employees went public with their accounts—and doubts about the investigations.
He was an air force captain who became a conscientious objector. Now he'll lead a historic peace church.
Coming from Ghana, Essamuah views himself as a “bridge builder” between churches in the Global North and Global South.
The Saudi crown prince’s Vision 2030 program includes rolling back the religious hierarchy’s power over domestic and foreign policies.
Ray has "a deep awareness" of where theology intersects with race, politics, and culture.
Greta Lindecrantz sees her work in legal defense as opposing execution as punishment, her pastor said, so she doesn't want to aid the prosecution.
Magdalene House Kerrville—a sister organization of the program in Nashville, Tennessee—serves survivors of sex trafficking, prostitution, and addiction.
Fackre was influential in the formation of the United Church of Christ and wrote the five-volume work The Christian Story.
Before his consecration as bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jordan and the Holy Land, Azar was a pastor in Jerusalem's Old City for three decades.
Walker was "a legend in his own right," said the current president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, which Walker also led.
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf handed over power in the West African nation's first peaceful transition in decades.
He is best known for his 1984 book The Nature of Doctrine and his engagement in the ecumenical movement.
“He was a tireless advocate of racial and gender justice in the church,” a colleague said, “often at great cost to his own career.”