Religion Today

Jewish group in Germany condemns 'strongly rooted' extremism

Germany's Central Council of Jews says the attack on a kosher restaurant in Chemnitz by masked neo-Nazis shows problems in the region are deeper than simply concerns over new migrants

Catholic faithful demand change after sex abuse scandals

Catholics shaken by revelations of sex abuse and alleged cover-ups are rising up and demanding change in hopes of saving the church they love

  Parents charged after son dies during month of fasting to get ‘blessing from God’

Both the deceased 15-year-old and his younger brother, who is being treated at the hospital, were described as extremely emaciated.

  A Shreveport faith-based water park ends the season with bang

President and CEO of Splash Kingdom Johnny Blevins talks goes behind the scenes and talk about his business started up. He also talks about how Splash Kingdom is ending the season with a splash by having some fun with your furry friend.

  Man alleges he was fired for not attending Bible study

A man is taking his former employer to court alleging he was forced to attend Bible study. The construction company owner says that’s not what happened.

Trump reportedly warns evangelical leaders of violence against them if GOP loses midterms

During a closed-door meeting with evangelicals Monday, Trump warned of violence from left-leaning groups if Republicans lose, based on a recording made by people in the room.

Hawley: Law prohibiting politics at the pulpit should change

Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley, the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, wants to do away with a provision in the federal tax code that bars religious organizations from endorsing or opposing political candidates

  City Youth Ministries adding new programs

City Youth Ministries is providing the children they serve even more learning and extra-curricular opportunities this year.

  Church gives Jonesboro teen bike; teen wants to make community better

One Jonesboro teen said Tuesday he's looking to help make his community a better place than it is today.

  Gospel bands help give back to local organization

Two gospel bands gave back to a local non-profit organization by performing at a benefit concert.

Church posts warning about gay pride event at AR theme park

An Arkansas church warned parents about bringing their children to Magic Springs because of a gay pride event.