National Prayer Breakfast Gets Smaller, Andy Stanley On Gay Churchgoers, Over 1,800 Churches Left UMC
The National Prayer Breakfast will undergo changes this year to its format, with a Christian ministry no longer being in charge of the annual observance and a smaller group of invitees.
A Florida church has offered up space for the teaching of an Advanced Placement African American Studies course banned by the Florida Department of Education.
In June 2021, comedian and political commentator Bill Maher slammed college as a “racket” on his political talk show "Real Time with Bill Maher" on HBO.
Do gay individuals who go to church have more faith than most Christians? According to megachurch Pastor Andy Stanley, the answer, apparently, is a resounding yes.
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The United Methodist Church lost over 1,800 congregations in 2022, mainly due to the denomination's ongoing schism over homosexuality, according to a recent report.
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