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 King’s College NYC fighting to regain accreditation amid financial woes, no fall semester classes
The King’s College of New York City plans to continue its effort to regain its accreditation amid major financial issues and the recent announcement that they will not be holding classes in the fall.
The Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Michael Curry will undergo surgery later this month after being hospitalized twice this year with internal bleeding.
A prominent atheist advocacy organization is calling on school districts in Ohio to reject an off-campus Bible class program that public school students can participate in during regular school hours.
An investigation into a recent cyberattack that cost the Florida Baptist Convention approximately $700,000 has concluded that no staff were responsible for the theft.
A judge has dismissed the child sex abuse case against former Catholic Church Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, concluding that the former archbishop of Washington is unfit to stand trial.
A Vermont high school coach is suing the school district, claiming he was fired for telling students that he did not believe biological males should compete in girls' sports.
President Joe Biden has mistakenly claimed that he had convinced former United States Senator Strom Thurmond to vote for the 1965 Civil Rights Act, even though Biden was not serving in the Senate at the time.
A Maryland congregation that voted to leave the United Methodist Church has only a few weeks remaining to raise enough money to pay $4 million to keep their property or they will lose their church building.
An Iowa city has voted to repeal a local ordinance banning the practice of therapy aimed at changing the sexual orientation of minors, following the threat of First Amendment legal action.
An Oklahoma congregation seeking to leave the United Methodist Church through a disaffiliation process is temporarily disallowed from holding another vote on the matter after earlier votes failed, the state's highest court has ruled.