In most states, they don’t have to.
The North American Mission Board has sued the city of Clarkston, Georgia, for blocking its plans to demolish two houses and build a $15 million complex and ministry center to reach refugees and internationals in a diverse community dubbed Ellis…
The presentation is one of many ways Americans are commemorating the 400th anniversary of the arrival of “taken people,” as historical interpreter Valarie Holmes calls the first documented Africans who arrived against their will in Virginia.
Chris Arnade spent three years crisscrossing the United States to visit “the places you were told not to go to.” He shares what he learned in Dignity, a searing new book of essays and photojournalism.
We have a crisis too large for any one church, nonprofit, or government agency to handle on its own, says food policy expert Jeremy Everett.
In-N-Out had been the favorite overall fast food restaurant chain in America until a new poll came out, and a chicken joint in Georgia took the top spot.
A new group called Christians Against Christian Nationalism has formed to fight for the rights of other religions in the U.S.
Should the experience of church be convenient? As online services and Bible apps expand, some people are finding an expanded definition beyond a building. But others worry community is being lost.
The verdict by a nine-member federal jury in a Los Angeles courtroom came five years after Marcus Gray and two co-authors, first sued in 2014 alleging “Dark Horse” stole from “Joyful Noise,” a song Gray released under the stage name…