May 30, 2011
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Oregon Cracks Down on Faith Healing

Some members of the Followers of Christ church head to trial.

Israel Removes Land Mines From Jesus' Baptismal Site

Visitors to the Jordan River site have tripled since 2004.

First Lady Seeks Help For Military Families

Obama calls on faith groups to support her "Joining Forces" initiative.

Amnesty International Chides Vatican for Abuse

Says the Vatican has fallen short on its commitment to protect children.


Breaking Church News

Highlights From The South American Division Ministerial Council

Four thousand pastors hear emphasis on spiritual preparation.

This Week's Special Features

The Perfect Hero

Christians look up to One who stooped to serve.

It Smells!

How do Christians come across in your community?

The Allure of Modesty

What does real sex-appeal look like?

Can We Talk?

What can a Christian say to an atheist?

Radio Preacher's "Rapture" Prediction Fails

After "Great Disappointment," Adventists learned lessons, leaders say.

Is "Reformation" a Confusing Term?

Mark Finley reminds us that heaven's call to reformation is a call to reevaluate our commitment.

Pack Your Survival Kit Now

The end of the world is coming, but we don't have to be unprepared.


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