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.
An outspoken theologically progressive bishop of the United Methodist Church has been found not guilty of multiple accusations, which had led to her suspension early last year.
Memorable events that occurred this week in Christian history include the approval of the creation of the Jesuit order, the death of Peter Cartwright, and a meeting of Catholics who opposed papal infallibility.
Responding to a question from a listener, noted theologian and author John Piper recently offered reasons why Jesus Christ ascended into Heaven rather than permanently staying on Earth after His resurrection.
Physician assistant fired for refusing trans pronouns, objecting to sex-change surgeries can sue: judge
A federal court has allowed a complaint by a physician assistant fired by the University of Michigan Health-West for refusing to participate in or refer patients for sex reassignment surgeries and refusing to use the preferred pronouns of trans-identified patients to go forward.
More than 120 people were reportedly baptized during a recent revival event on the Corpus Christi campus of Texas A&M University, a gathering that has spurred increased attendance in church young adult groups in recent weeks.
A Canadian court has rejected a legal challenge to the nation’s laws restricting prostitution, allowing a measure passed in 2014 to remain on the books.
Republican U.S. Rep. Chip Roy of Texas has introduced legislation to repeal a federal law that has been used to prosecute abortion clinic protesters and those accused of vandalizing crisis pregnancy centers.
The Episcopal Diocese of Virginia says it has lost more than $400,000 in investment funds because of cyberattacks that first struck the regional body last year.
The Episcopal Church saw a decline of over 90,000 members in 2022, but also witnessed a considerable increase in Sunday worship attendance, according to a new report.
The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) has lost about one-fifth of its members from 2019 to 2022 as the mainline Protestant denomination's membership is only a fraction of what it was in 2000, according to a new report.