Churches Rush to Aid Russia’s Hungry as Crisis Deepens

A U.S.-based mission to Russia and the former Soviet Union today announced its on-the-ground church taskforce has distributed more than 500,000 meals to desperate families as Russia’s coronavirus infections hit a new high.

Christian Physicians Group Gains Support in Fight Against Discriminatory Firing

Christian Medical Association physicians (CMA*, www.cmda.org) received support from states, Members of Congress, minority groups, medical affiliate organizations, and legal experts who recently filed legal briefs in a case regarding a federal conscience protection rule for health professionals.

ACSI Releases Findings from Nationwide Survey of Christian Schools’ Responses to COVID-19

The Association of Christian Schools International is pleased to announce the release of data from a nationwide survey of Christian schools’ responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. Nearly 800 Christian schools representing diverse geographic locations and school sizes responded to the survey, which was conducted in late April.

Unite714 Global Prayer Initiative Announces Events

The leadership team behind the global prayer initiative “Unite714” has announced a worldwide online prayer event as well as a television special featuring an international lineup of Christian leaders. The purpose of both events is to encourage believers around the globe to unite in prayer for the eradication of COVID-19 and a spiritual awakening around the world. Unite714 is based on the Scripture from 2 Chronicles 7:14 that God will intervene in this challenging crisis:

Prison Fellowship Partners with ICPA to Honor Correctional Staff

Prison Fellowship®, the nation’s largest Christian nonprofit serving prisoners, former prisoners, and their families, is partnering with the International Corrections and Prison Association (ICPA) in honoring the work of prison and correctional staff during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Christianity Today Seeking Submissions for 2021 Book Awards

Christianity Today is calling for submissions for the 2021 Christianity Today Book Awards. The CT Book Awards, along with our “Beautiful Orthodoxy” Book of the Year, will be announced in December at ChristianityToday.com.

Scholarship Offered to Young Men Who Experience Father Absence

Houston–The College of Biblical Studies announces the Emerging Leaders Program, a new scholarship program designed to address the father absence epidemic in Houston. Recently, a long-time donor of the College provided funding to fully scholarship young men 17 – 29 who have grown up without a positive father figure in the home.

Station Launches Website for Listeners to Connect with Christian Music and Sermons

In this scary and uncertain time, people are trapped at home practicing social distancing due to the new COVID-19 aka coronavirus pandemic. In most parts of the world, citizens are not able to attend their church services in a physical building. Not being able to worship, connect and interact with other church members can cause anxiety, depression and loneliness.

‘Medical Hero Week’ Inspires Girls, Honors Frontline Workers

White coats, gloves, and masks have become iconic symbols amid the current COVID-19 global crisis. American Heritage Girls (AHG) is hosting a week dedicated to honoring the medical professional “heroes” behind the coats, gloves, and masks with the organization’s first-ever AHG Medical Hero Week — April 27- May 1, 2020.

COVID-19 Not Hampering Independent Movie Production

Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness is based on principles America’s founding fathers fought and died for during the American Revolutionary War.

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