Joshua A. Goldberg
Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary has concluded its nationwide search for a new president with its recently announced pick – the Rev. Dr. Michael Jinkins of Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary.
The Foursquare Church selected its next president on Tuesday as licensed ministers and registered delegates gathered for the Pentecostal denomination’s annual convention.
Texas Lutheran University President Ann Svennungsen will leave the school “for new roles in higher education and church leadership,” according to an announcement Tuesday.
The head of a conservative watchdog group that monitors mainline denominations warned evangelical groups this past week to stay away from “divisive, liberal political activism.”1 comments
The pastor of a Lutheran church in Minneapolis will officially be called to service Sunday though she has been leading her congregation from the pulpit for the past seven years.
The founder of Jews for Jesus died Wednesday, leaving behind a pre-written message to members of the ministry.
The Crystal Cathedral, the Southern California megachurch of Dr. Robert H. Schuller, announced Tuesday the sale of its Rancho Capistrano Retreat & Renewal Center to Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., of Oklahoma City.
Leaders of the National Council of Churches and Church World Service are urging the president to lift the restrictions on religious travel to Cuba, calling the current U.S. policy toward Cuba “ineffective and counter-productive.”
The Board of Trustees at Calvin Theological Seminary has unanimously approved the appointment of the Rev. Julius Medenblik as the eighth president of the 134-year-old institution.
The president of Wartburg Theological Seminary, one of eight seminaries of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), will resign this summer after about eleven years of service.
The United Church of Christ installed the Rev. Geoffrey A. Black as its new leader Saturday – nine months after he was elected to take the helm of the 1.1-million-member denomination.
U.S.-based ministry leader Franklin Graham will be taking his successful “Rock the River” tour to Canada this summer, flanked by Christian artists including Flyleaf, Skillet, Hawk Nelson, Lecrae, Starfield, and Thousand Foot Krutch, among others.
Over 60 national church planting leaders will seek to equip and mobilize hundreds of fellow church planters this week in transforming their churches and their cities through what’s being touted as “the largest gathering of church planters on the planet.”
The Oklahoma State Senate approved a resolution Tuesday celebrating the life and legacy of the late Pastor Billy Joe Daugherty, who succumbed last year to non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma just one month after he was diagnosed.
The Episcopal Diocese of Utah has chosen four priests to stand for election as its next bishop, including an openly gay canon from the Episcopal Diocese of California.