Conflict in northern Nigeria has often pitted the Muslim majority against the Christian minority. Some neighbors are working to change that.
A local voter complained about the church’s Black Lives Matter banners and the church was removed as a county polling place.
The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference is launching a campaign to offer aid to immigrant children held in detention centers at the border.
The road, which was at ground level 2,000 years ago, is now under the Arab neighborhood of Silwan in East Jerusalem.
The vote expelling the 145-year-old First Covenant Church Minneapolis was the first time the Evangelical Covenant members have removed a congregation from the denomination.
The denomination helped launch the environmental justice movement in the 1980s and more recently was an early leader in divesting from fossil fuels.
The UAE, a financial powerhouse and growing power in the Arab world, is committed to showing Western allies that all are welcome to worship there.
People living in sanctuary to escape deportation have received fines of up to half a million dollars.
One shift was a drop in number of people itemizing tax deductions, the Giving USA report on philanthropy noted.
In February, the Houston Chronicle and the San Antonio Express-News published a joint investigation of sexual misconduct allegations against some 380 current and former Southern Baptist ministers and volunteers.
Canada, unlike the US, does not have a bill of rights explicitly endorsing freedom of religion.
Victims’ advocates say stronger measures are needed.
Religious diversity and participation have flourished in Cuba since the country loosened restrictions. Christians are aiding their neighbors—and testing possibilities for political dissent.
A Methodist church-based messaging platform has sent hundreds of texts to people’s phones about how to prevent Ebola transmission.