Christianity Today Announces New Publication

Christianity Today has added a nascent publication and digital community, Ekstasis, into its media ecosystem to further its joint pursuit of Beautiful Orthodoxy–communicating the truth, goodness, and beauty of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Group Honors Lifetime Christian Educators with Annual Award

The Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) is pleased to honor Christian education retirees across the globe with the annual ACSI Career Service Award (CSA).

Group Gives Nationwide Call for Cameras in the Classroom

Reno, NV–Since we (Nevada Family Alliance) released our call for body cameras in a Nevada school district, a nationwide outcry over political speech in the classroom has led us to join the fight on a national level.

Ministries Eager to ‘Ramp Up Conversation’ with Post-COVID Generation

Christian ministries and nonprofits are eager to “ramp up the conversation” with the post-COVID generation, a new survey suggests.

Group Launches Awareness Ad Campaign

Save the Storks announced today it is launching a new awareness campaign in “mission critical” markets in California and Florida which have some of the highest abortion rates in the nation. According to the research group Abort 73, 22 and 24 percent of all pregnancies are aborted in California and Florida, respectively.

FRC Launches New Center for Biblical Worldview

Family Research Council today launched the Center for Biblical Worldview (CBW). The Center for Biblical Worldview is an exciting new ministry of Family Research Council whose mission will to be to help Christians develop and live by a biblical worldview. CBW will also train Bible-believing Christians to advance and defend the faith in the workplace, in the schools, in their communities, and in the public square.

TBN Expands News Reporting Operations

TBN announces today the hiring of Erick Stakelbeck, former director of Christians United for Israel’s Watchman Project and host of “The Watchman” program. Stakelbeck’s hiring is part of the network’s effort to expand their news division and provide newsworthy content to viewers around the world. Stakelbeck’s first two specials, “Israel Under Fire” and “The Rise of Cancel Culture” will air this month.

‘Shepherd’s Men’ to Honor Post-9/11 Veterans

The Shepherd’s Men, a 10-member team of active duty, medically retired and honorably discharged servicemen and civilian patriots dedicated to raising funds and awareness for the Atlanta-based Shepherd Center’s SHARE Military Initiative, will kick off their seventh annual Shepherd’s Men Run in Arlington, Va. at the U.S. Marine Corps War Memorial (Iwo Jima Memorial) on May 24. The seven days, May 24-31—will be filled with running, rucking and swimming in Baltimore, Maryland; Arlington and Lynchburg, Virginia; Mt. Juliet and Chattanooga, Tennessee; and Athens and Atlanta, Georgia.

Group Strengthens Global Focus with Landmark Decision

Frontier Ventures, a missions organization based in Pasadena for more than four decades, is selling its historic Hudson Taylor Hall headquarters — accelerating its transition to a multi-hub global ministry.

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