March 24, 2014
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Nigeria: Muslim Herdsmen Kill 100 Christians

The assailants attacked four villages simultaneously.

Ukrainian Crisis May Split Russian Orthodox Church

The Orthodox Church has roots in Kiev.

Hungary: 70 Years After Nazi Occupation, Anti-Semitism is Still a Problem

Israeli foreign ministry voices deep concerns.

Media Attention Puts Spotlight on Guns, Jesus

A Kentucky ministry gives away guns to attract the unchurched.


Breaking Church News

Cape Town Bulletins: Reports From the Human Sexuality Summit

Read the dailey updates from the human sexuality summit in South Africa.

This Week's Special Features

"Is It My Fault?"

Journeys With Jesus: Jill Morikone reminds us that Jesus is always going to win.

Growing Pains

Adventist Life: "Was life ever that simple?" asks Bethany Jones.

Baal's Ears

Editorial: "God's jealous wrath was no mere difference of folkways and mores," says Lael Caesar.

Through the Fire

March 20 Cover Feature: Luz Alva Arauzo tells the story of a fledgling church's time in the spotlight.

A Twenty-First Century Faith

Heart and Soul Theology: "It all boils down to one word: relationships," says Jonathan Martin.

Springtime in the Soul

Editorial: Bill Knott reminds us to share the moments of our lives where Jesus brought springtime after a long winter.

Serving Like Jesus

March 13 Cover Feature: Darius Jankiewicz affirms that Christ is the head of the church. But then what?


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