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    Monthly Archives: May, 2022

    Black and Asian Christians Hold Solidarity Walk in NY

    Scores of Christians, religious leaders, activists and community members came together in Chinatown, New York on May 14 and joined "Walk of Faith," a march of support to Asian communities amid heightened anti-Asian violence.

    Kel Mitchell’s Journey From Actor to Pastor

    Former Nickelodeon star Kel Mitchell shares his journey from being one of the most successful actors in Hollywood to becoming a youth pastor in California.

    After 800 years, Church of England Apologizes for Anti-Jewish Laws

    A church service in London on May 8, 2022 marked the 800 years of the Synod of Oxford. The Church of England apologized for its "shameful actions" for the synod.

    Less Than Half of Christians See Missions as Mandate from Christ —Barna

    Research found that pastors and laypeople have different views when it comes to missionary work.

    Chinese Open Theological Seminary in Italy

    The first Chinese theological seminary was opened in Italy on April 2022. A group of 55 Chinese churches founded the Italian Chinese Theological Seminary in Rome.

    US Congress Calls for the Protection of Jerusalem’s Christians

    A bipartisan group of congresspeople sent a letter to US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken on April 29 to raise concerns over the rise in attacks against Christians in Jerusalem.

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