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 South Carolina Supreme Court has upheld the state’s heartbeat abortion ban, which bans most abortions after a baby’s heartbeat can be detected, which is normally around six weeks into a pregnancy.
A California pastor affiliated with the Church of the Nazarene may be removed from his position over an essay he wrote expressing support for the blessing of same-sex marriage although the denomination holds a traditional stance on marriage and sexuality.
A Christian conservative legal group is encouraging a South Carolina school board to continue allowing members to open meetings with prayer after a secular legal organization demanded that the tradition be halted earlier this month.
A jury in Maryland has awarded more than $1 million in damages to the family and estate of a pastor who died from an injury due to negligence on the part of a nursing home.
A Michigan city cannot prohibit a local businessman from taking part in a farmer's market because he refuses for religious reasons to host same-sex weddings on his property, a federal judge has ruled.
A judge has put a temporary hold on an earlier court order requiring lawyers at Southwest Airlines to undergo a training session on religious liberty issues in response to the company firing a woman for expressing pro-life views.
An appeals court panel has unanimously ruled to end a block on an Alabama law that bans the use of body-mutilating sex-change surgeries and experimental drugs for youth suffering from confusion about their sex.
More than 1,000 people are reportedly still missing in Maui due to the ongoing wildfires, with local officials recently placing the confirmed death toll at 114.
Harvest Christian Fellowship Pastor Greg Laurie offered a few possible reasons why the United States is not mentioned in the New Testament book of Revelation.
Events that occurred this week in Christian history include the Anabaptists’ “Martyr Synod,” John Wesley being attacked while preaching in an English town, and the death of a prominent Puritan minister.