Roebuck Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award

The Society for Pentecostal Studies honored Dr. David G. Roebuck with their Lifetime Achievement Award during the Society’s fifty-third annual meeting, which convened at Candler School of Theology on the campus of Emory University.

Cooke Offers Reasons for Pastors to Be On TV

While many churches are turning to the internet and mobile apps as evangelistic tools, media executive Phil Cooke advises pastors of the continued value of traditional broadcast television.

Orphan Helpers Changes Name to Counteract International

The nonprofit organization formerly known as Orphan Helpers announced today a name change to Counteract International. The new name and brand reflect the faith-based nonprofit’s broader mission to address urgent needs of incarcerated and released youth in incredibly challenging conditions in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras.

Walker Resigns as President of Lee University

Cleveland, TN–Lee University president Dr. Mark Walker has notified the school’s board of directors that he will not seek a second four-year term and will conclude his presidency on May 5, 2024.

American Bible Society to Close down $60 Million Museum

The American Bible Society will be closing down its Faith and Liberty Discovery Center, around three years after the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-based museum, which cost around $60 million, had opened.

World Water Day Is March 22

Every day, many women and children in the toughest places walk 1-2 hours–and often much more–to locate clean drinking water for their families.* To highlight this issue on World Water Day, March 22, compassionate Americans from coast to coast will wait two hours after waking up before taking their first drink.

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