April 19, 2017
- Authorities in Sana'a, Yemen have ordered the arrest of 25 Baha'is.
[Anglican Communion News Service] A team of Bible translators in Kurdistan, northern Iraq, working against the backdrop of civil unrest and religious persecution, has completed the first translation of the Bible into the Central Kurdish Sorani language.
For the last eight years, Church Mission Society partners have worked alongside indigenous Kurds and other foreign nationals drafting text, checking names, terminology and style, and finally checking both the Old and New...
Coming up in June, Synod 2017 will address a range of significant issues, including a new governing structure for the CRC.
A UCC congregation on the north side of Charlotte, N.C., is looking to jump start a new ministry in the south Charlotte area, and is willing to provide the funding to get it off the ground.
- The Evangelical Alliance comments on the decision to call a snap election on 8 June. This is an opportunity for thousands of conversations about what kind of society we want for future generations.
Now that Easter has passed, says Danjuma Gibson, it’s a good time for churches and church members to look ahead and consider the life-altering nature of Pentecost, the day when tongues of fire fell on Christ’s disciples, opening their eyes to the need to share the good news of Jesus...
The annual Ancaster, Ont., Day of Encouragement, which has been taking place in one form or another since the late 1950s, is not being held this year as organizers sort through what shape it will take in the future.
- The denomination’s top court faces a question of whether it should weigh in on Bishop Oliveto’s election at all.
Mary and Mark De Jong own a greenhouse business in Pella, Iowa. But God has called them to nurture far more than just flowers.
Six months ago, Hurricane Matthew struck Haiti’s south-western coast, leaving behind a trail of devastation. Enormous trees uprooted. Homes toppled to their foundation. Bridges collapsed. Streets flooded. World Renew has responded, but many families are still putting the pieces of their lives...