A new law triples the size of government "volunteerism" and perhaps the restrictions that go with it
Pro-gay Presbyterians and Lutherans gain; Episcopalians formalize split
Abortionist Bertha Bugarin goes to jail, but exploitation of Hispanic women goes on
While the Bible shows that God can heal people supernaturally, claims of particular faith-healers should be examined.
Hill House in Austin, Texas, offers a place of comfort and reflection to an "unreached people group": graduate students
Watchdogs try to stop billions in losses to "ecclesiastical crime"
Americans are ditching the masks, but medical authorities continue to watch swine flu
News to watch in the weeks to come
Joseph Cao's stay in Congress may be as short as his path there was remarkable
On Sept. 7, 1944, Edward Treski received a lifetime dose of perspective