Buhari: Pastor Andimi’s Faith Should Inspire All Nigerians

FEBRUARY 3, 2020, Muhammadu Buhari, President of Nigeria eulogizes Brethren leader executed by Boko Haram, and criticizes terrorist efforts to divide Christians and Muslims...

Black Clergy present a plan for economic development in southern Dallas

Faith leaders in southern Dallas said they want a community-driven approach to development, using available land and public-private partnerships. Reverend Edwin Robinson speaks to attendees...

The identification of Christianity with Europe and not Africa was falsely...

“Christianity is the white man’s religion. The Holy Bible in the white man’s hands and his interpretations of it have been the greatest single...

I am a Christian – Maya Angelou

When I say…”I am a Christian.” I’m not shouting, “I’m clean living.” I’m whispering, “I was lost, Now I’m found and forgiven.” When I say…”I am a Christian.” I...

Multiracial Ohio Church Turns Conversations on Race Into Political Action

Many faith communities would consider it a success if they could once bring together people across racial and ethnic lines for worship.But Crossroads, an...

Black Pastors Say, We need more African American Judges

The Rev. Dale Dennis II of Hoyt Memorial C.M.E in Wilmington led a rally in Dover to advocate for more African American representation in...

Kenya: Al-Shabaab extremists execute 3 Christian teachers in raid on primary school

Three Christian teachers were murdered Monday morning in Kenya during an attack on a primary school believed to have been carried out by the...

United Methodist Leaders Explain Their Proposal to Split the Denomination {video}

The 16 United Methodist bishops and advocacy group leaders who negotiated a recent proposal to split the denomination explained their reasoning at an event...

Open Letter From Some Black Church Leaders Praises Christianity Today for...

We wanted to write collectively as a diverse group of ministerial leaders, doctorates, lay-persons and people who simply love God to express our sincere...

Farm Churches Spread Gospel in Rural Communities in Zimbabwe

In rural Zimbabwe, farm-based communities are often associated with high illiteracy, early marriages, alcohol abuse and increased HIV prevalence. To combat some of those problems,...