Christian Headlines

  1. A 25-year-old man is now in critical condition after he attempted to commit suicide inside of an Ohio Church on Monday.

  2. On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear a property dispute case involving The Episcopal Church, the Diocese of Fort Worth and All Saints' Episcopal Church.

  3. According to a recent report, the abortion rates in Indiana dropped by five percent in 2019.

  4. Pastor Jeremiah Johnson shared this week that he will be temporarily suspending his online ministry.

  5. The PBS series The Black Church recently highlighted the history and the contribution of the Black Church to American life and the broader Christian church. Many Christians do not know the rich history of the Black church, so, in that spirit, this article shares seven Black Christian Leaders you should know about. Each one has made or is making a unique contribution to the larger Christian church.

    As with any list of this nature, there will be people the author omitted who could have been included. This list is not intended to be exhaustive, but rather is intended to introduce you to some Black Christian leaders, both present and future, whose ministries are a blessing to the larger church and who whose ministries would make a significant impact in your Christian life.

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  6. During her confirmation hearing this week, Rachel Levine -- who has been nominated for the assistant secretary of Health and Human Services position -- dodged questions regarding the ethicality and legality of allowing minor children to transition genders.

  7. This week, Hasbro announced that it would be dropping 'Mr.' and 'Mrs.' from their Potato Head toy logo.

  8. On Thursday, the House passed the Equality Act in a 224 - 206 mostly party-line vote. Opponents of the bill say it will have a devastating impact on women’s rights and religious freedom.

  9. The United Methodist Convention has once again pushed back their general conference meeting because of the COVID-19 pandemic.