Michael Gryboski has been a reporter with The Christian Post since 2011. He covers politics, church and ministries, court cases, and other issues. He has written extensively on issues like litigation over conservative congregations leaving The Episcopal Church, the longstanding debate within the United Methodist Church over homosexuality, court cases on various social issues, and the evangelical community.
He earned a Bachelor of Arts in History and Master’s in History at George Mason University. Inspired by his studies, Gryboski pens a regular column titled “This week in Christian history,” which briefly sums up the anniversaries of notable events in the long and diverse past of Christianity. He lives in Richmond, Virginia.
Idaho can enforce a law that bans most abortions while the measure is currently facing a legal challenge, a federal appeals court panel has ruled, handing the Biden administration a temporary defeat in its effort to overturn the state law.
The state of South Carolina can partner with or fund foster care agencies that refuse to hire individuals who do not share their religious beliefs, according to a recently released court opinion.
National Association of Evangelicals launch ‘racial justice assessment’ tool to foster reconciliation
The National Association of Evangelicals has launched an online test to gauge one’s commitment to racial justice and includes resources meant to foster the cause.
This week in Christian history: ‘Jesus Revolution’ leader dies, Pope John Paul II holds Mass at Yankee Stadium
Memorable events that occurred this week in Christian history include the death of one of the “Jesus Revolution” leaders, Pope John Paul II holding Mass at Yankee Stadium, and Jimmy Swaggart hosting a major revival event in Brazil.
The United States Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments in two cases centered on whether Texas and Florida can stop social media platforms from censoring conservative viewpoints.
Yelp and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton are suing each other over the crowdsource review website's placing of disclaimers stating that pro-life pregnancy care centers provide "limited" medical services and may not have licensed providers.
A regional body of The United Methodist Church has implemented a reaffiliation policy for congregations that have left amid the denomination-wide schism over homosexuality.
United States Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the progressive Democrat who was the longest serving senator from California, has died at age 90 following a decades-long political career.
Christian journalist and author Billy Hallowell said while many parents are focused on what teachers at school are telling their children, they also need to be aware of what spiritual ideas they're getting from their classmates and friends in extra-curricular activities.
The Biden administration has proposed a new rule that would require foster care agencies to place LGBT-identified children with families that will affirm their gender identity and sexual orientation.