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Another 46 people who were infected in foreign countries returned to Israel last week.
"It seems that they exposed the undercover officers, suffering retaliation."
After nearly four decades, the complete Bible is now available in American Sign Language for the first time ever.
A regional body of the United Methodist Church has voted to approve a petition recommending that the mainline denomination change its insignia, claiming it is racially insensitive.
The 850-member Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, D.C., is suing Mayor Murriel Bowser over her ban on outdoor church services of more than 100 people during the coronavirus pandemic, arguing that the gathering restriction has been applied unfairly.
Christian leaders gathering this week in the nations capital are emphasizing repentance amid tumultuous times in what some believe is a "kairos" moment in history.
As police officers across the United States face low morale amid a wave of social unrest and calls for the defunding of police departments, a North Carolina church has taken it upon itself to express support and appreciation for its local police force.
Evangelist Anne Graham Lotz is issuing an urgent call to repentance, warning that America has a “small window of opportunity” to return to God, that, if not taken, will incite severe judgment.
A California judge has sided with California Pastor John MacArthur and Grace Community Church in yet another hearing over the church's decision to hold indoor public worship services amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
New information has been publicly released regarding the late apologist Ravi Zacharias and an alleged online sexual relationship that was first reported in 2017.
Thousands of churches across the United States will pray for repentance and revival on Sunday in response to calls by the leaders of more than 50 churches and ministries to observe Repentance Sunday as the country is going through “division, destruction and degradation.”
Here are three things that happened this week, Sept. 27 to Oct. 3, in Church history. They include the death of Aimee Semple McPherson, the final sermon of George Whitefield, and the completion of the first section of the Gutenberg Bible.
A church in Texas is mourning the death of their pastor and his wife after a head-on crash in southeastern New Mexico. Their three children, who were injured in the accident, are beginning life without their mom and dad.
Over a month ahead of election day, Pastor Tony Evans urged U.S. citizens to consider the value of life — both inside and outside the womb — before voting, warning that ignoring what God says about human dignity will result in “chaos.”
A group of white clergy asked their black counterparts for forgiveness and prayerfully committed to actively work to achieve racial justice as they marked four months since the death of George Floyd at the Bethel AME Church in Spokane, Washington, Friday.
Over 3,200 people from 98 partnering churches joined a prayer event in person and online Saturday to pray for the city's schools, youth and teachers.
Nearly three of four pastors are concerned that the presidential election and its fallout will negatively impact their congregations, according to a newly reported study by the Barna Group.
Smaller churches have not been able to host their online services at their requested time on YouTube. The online video-sharing platform has been moving the times for some users with less than 100 subscribers allegedly due to heavy traffic, but without informing them.
A West Virginia pastor recently completed a 175-mile walk over eight days to draw attention to extreme poverty and homelessness being faced by people across the state who are often ignored by society.
Hillsong Church apologized late Tuesday night for a post on its Twitter account that called President Donald Trump a “bully” and suggested his microphone be cut during the first presidential debate.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, head of the global Anglican Communion, recently warned Christians against “treating church as politics” and engaging in bad behavior on social media.
Trustees of the Southern Baptist Convention's publishing arm, LifeWay Christian Resources, are expected to gather in an emergency meeting Wednesday to discuss a lawsuit against the organization's former president, Thom Rainer, for allegedly breaching his severance agreement.
The Jerusalem-based Lone Soldier Center in memory of Michael Levin helps conscripts get through the toughest time of their lives
Mark Lavie's account of his career as a journalist in Israel
In one event, representatives of the bank arrived with a vehicle with a mobile ATM.

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