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.
The American Bible Society has announced that Jennifer Holloran will become their new president and CEO, making her the first woman to hold such a position in the Christian organization’s over 200-year history.
An appeals court has allowed a lawsuit filed by a child sex trafficking victim against prominent pornography website XVideos and its parent company WebGroup Czech Republic to proceed, overturning a lower court ruling.
Former Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis must pay $260,000 in attorney’s fees and other expenses for her refusal to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples in 2015.
A theologically conservative denomination launched in 2022 to serve as an alternative to the United Methodist Church has amassed over 4,200 member congregations.
An appeals court has rejected the Biden administration’s effort to use a federal law to force emergency room doctors to perform abortions in Texas, upholding a lower court decision.
U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., lauded the resignation of Harvard President Claudine Gay, saying it was “long overdue.”
The former pastor of a Canadian megachurch who was arrested in 2022 for sexual assault is now facing two additional charges of sexual assault, according to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
A settlement has been reached between notable Southern Baptist Convention lay leader Paul Pressler and a man who accused the influential figure of raping him several times decades ago.
Democrat President Joe Biden is seeing considerable declines in support among racial minority voters, with Republican candidate and former President Donald Trump slightly leading the incumbent in a new poll.
Events that occurred this week in Christian history include the birth of Pope Gregory XIII, Turkey allowing a church to be built, and Pat Robertson getting flack for comments he made about Ariel Sharon.