The pandemic is not over yet, but for at least one house of worship, post-pandemic church will remain a virtual-only experience.
As Christian trends go, you can't get more trendy than saying you're deconstructing your faith. But for me, it doesn't sound right.
North Carolina officials ordered a shutdown after a COVID-19 church outbreak blamed for three deaths and more than 100 infections.
A series of outdoor worship concerts give Christians the chance to worship God while playing the persecution card.
With some churches champing at the bit to get back to normal, an Atlanta megachurch made a surprise announcement about their in-person services.
Last week, just before Memorial Day holiday weekend, President Donald Trump called churches, synagogues and mosques essential places of worship.
A churchgoer in Ohio told a reporter she wasn't worried about COVID-19 because she is "covered in His blood." It doesn't work that way.
I think one of the most disturbing aspects of the pandemic must be churches scoffing at stay home orders. I wonder what they're trying to prove.
For churches that didn't have a strong grasp on the latest tech, the race is on to get online services up and running quickly.
Churches seem to love conducting personality tests these days. But what does an Enneagram test and other similar ones accomplish?
You may have seen stories about leaders asking a group of older church members to worship elsewhere. The church says it didn't happen that way.
In the past decade, the number of people who call themselves Christians in America has declined by a dozen percentage points.
There's an ongoing battle among pastors of both new and old congregations over fighting to avoid what's known as a consumer church.
Is attending church online via a live stream the same thing as attending in person? The answer depends on whom you ask and what you're looking for.
Patrick is a longtime television producer and digital journalist.
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