Crossroads Bible College and College of Biblical Studies Have Merged

The College of Biblical Studies in Houston, TX and Crossroads Bible College in Indianapolis, IN have officially merged. This announcement comes at the end of more than 18 months of preparation by boards and leadership teams of both schools to merge the two institutions.

Evangelical Denomination Expels Entire Congregation Over LGBT Inclusion

For the first time in its 134-year history, the Evangelical Covenant Church has voted to remove a congregation from its roster over its position on LGBTQ inclusion.

150,000 Being Reached for Christ in Sudanese Refugee Camps

South Sudan is the world’s newest country (2011), but it’s not faring well. In 2013, civil war broke out. In 2015, the fighting became so severe that now over two million people have fled into neighboring countries, including Uganda to the south. Over one million have been living in squalor in various refugee camps in Uganda, 65% under the age of 18.

Constitutionalists Launch the United States Allegiance Institute

It is our privilege to announce the launch of the U.S. Allegiance Institute, a non-partisan, not-for-profit, educational watchdog organization.

SBC to Disaffiliate With Churches That Fail to Properly Handle Abuse, Racism Reports

Southern Baptists, faced in recent months with hundreds of allegations of sexual abuse in its ranks, have overwhelmingly adopted changes to governing documents that will bring greater visibility to their desire to disaffiliate with churches that do not handle instances of abuse properly.

SAT-7 Releases ‘Sequel of Hope’ for World Refugee Day

A refugee girl in the “cradle of Christianity” – who captured the hearts of millions on TV and social media with a message of hope and forgiveness – is calling on Christians to take action on World Refugee Day, June 20.

Why Scholars Fear Franklin Graham Will Cut Off Access to Billy Graham Archives

This week, at Wheaton College in Illinois, specially trained movers will begin organizing, preparing and packing 3,235 boxes of paper items, 1,000 scrapbooks of news clippings dating back to the 1940s and more than 1,000 linear feet of videos, cassettes, reels, films and audio.

SBC Considering Removing Churches That Cover Up Abuse

Southern Baptists hope to take steps at their upcoming annual meeting in Birmingham, Ala., to address continuing reports of sexual abuse in their denomination.

Billy Graham Rapid Response Team Deploys Chaplains to Disaster

Crisis-trained chaplains with the Billy Graham Rapid Response Team are deploying to Jefferson City, Mo., following a destructive EF-3 tornado that impacted an area of approximately three square miles, damaging more than 150 structures. The twister was one of more than a dozen that tore through the state earlier this week.

God IS Moving Again

On May 1 – 4, Christ for all Nations (CfaN) hosted the Light the Fire Again Conference at the Attwell Centre in Toronto, Canada. The historic venue was the site of the Toronto Blessing – an outpouring of the Holy Spirit experienced by multiple hundreds of thousands of people in the mid-to-late 1990s. CfaN Lead Evangelist Daniel Kolenda said prior to the meetings, “We are believing God for a fresh outpouring of the Holy Spirit to shake North America again!”

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