United States Space Force Hymn to be Sung Across America July 4, 2024

Churches and military chapels across the nation are experiencing a surge in their expressions of patriotism at this time of the year, due to recent celebrations of Memorial Day and preparations for the 4th of July.

New Changes to Overtime Rules Adopted

Many church leaders think that the “wage and hour” laws, and particularly overtime pay rules, do not apply to churches. That could not be further from the truth.

2023 State of Giving Report Reveals Charitable Giving Dip

The latest numbers from the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) reveals a pace in charitable giving to Christian ministries that is mostly steady, however, due to inflation and other factors, dips for the first time in a decade.

Restoring the Ten Commandments in America

When Ed Van Buskirk, received the ‘green light’ from his bishop, The Most Rev. James V. Johnston Jr. of Kansas City-St. Joseph to bring the Ten Commandments back in every classroom and church in his diocese, he knew he made the right decision selling his successful tech business in 2017 to devote his life’s work to sharing God’s truths as a solution for a Godless culture that’s hit an all-time low—both spiritually and morally.

Canadian Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Appeals Over Worship Restrictions on Churches

The Supreme Court of Canada has declined to hear appeals from churches in Ontario and British Columbia that challenged pandemic restrictions on in-person worship. The churches had been fined hundreds of thousands of dollars for violating gathering limits.

New Survey Reveals What Ministry Leaders Think About AI & the Church

Gloo, the leading technology platform dedicated to connecting the faith ecosystem and releasing its collective might, announced initial results of its AI & the Church Survey.

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