Christian adoption, foster and orphan care ministry Lifeline Children’s Services launched its annual fundraiser Stand for Orphans this month, but COVID-19 is making the orphan crisis “more than a crisis,” says Executive Director Herbie Newell.
Jon Steingard’s Hawk Nelson bandmates say they still love and support their frontman unconditionally and know God hasn’t forsaken him even after his declaration last week that he “no longer believes in God.”
https://religionnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/webRNS-Darrin-Patrick7-050820.jpg Darrin Patrick, who founded The Journey megachurch in Missouri and served as a teaching pastor at the South Carolina-based multi-site Seacoast Church, died at the age of 49, the church said Friday.
As the world struggles on in the coronavirus pandemic, several groups are feeling the pressure of a collapsing economy, including small businesses and the unemployed. But another group is struggling under the financial strain as well – nonprofits and ministries.
Most Protestant pastors and churchgoers believe those with disabilities feel included and welcome at their church, yet fewer actually have a plan in place to accommodate those with special needs, a new study has found.
The Queen today made an historic announcement that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would step back as senior Royals and split their time between Canada and the UK in an agreement to be finalised within days.
Cause-based running isn’t a new trend. In 2012, U.S. runners raised $1.2 billion for nonprofit organizations. According to this 2017 report, 9+ million UK residents used running as a fundraiser for their favorite charity.