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Shortly before announcing his presidential campaign Wednesday, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis outlined his views on faith, family and the education of the country’s children at the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) Association’s annual media convention.

Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s board of trustees will be holding a meeting reportedly centered on allegations of identity and credit card fraud, as well as the misappropriation of funds by donors.

The mother of a 20-year-old girl murdered by an alleged MS-13 gang member called on the government to enact stronger border policies to protect other parents from the pain of having a child murdered by someone who never should have been allowed to enter the country.

Like tens of millions of other Evangelicals in North America and beyond, I believe that Israel’s future is certain and fixed. 

AActor Kirk Cameron will release a new children’s book in June, at the beginning of what LGBT activists call "pride month." The book is designed to teach children lessons on how they can live humble lives and avoid being prideful. 

A faith-based humanitarian organization is working to nourish the “body and soul” of persecuted North Koreans by sending food supplies and Bibles into the country where believers and their relatives are frequently sent to labor camps under the brutal regime of Kim Jong Un. 

An upcoming Amazon Prime docuseries set to be released next month will focus on the religious beliefs of the prominent Duggar family. 

The Church of Scotland has lost more than half of its members since the year 2000, with the average age of worship attendees being 62, according to a recently released report.