In an attempt to avoid the spread of the coronavirus, the Israeli government is enforcing strict restrictions on the nation surrounding Passover.
Bethel Open Bible Church locked its doors amid the coronavirus pandemic, barring a smaller church planning on hosting a Palm Sunday service in the Bethel Open Bible Church sanctuary from gathering. The smaller church, Cross Culture Christian Center, is now taking legal action.
According to Fox News, global Christian minorities are at greater risk of facing persecution amid the coronavirus pandemic.
According to 40 Days for Life, during its Spring campaign, more than 300 unborn babies were saved.
The Rock Church in San Diego, California, has volunteered to repair 300,000 N95 masks that were in storage so long they became usable.
Evangelist Franklin Graham shared with Fox News last week that he believes the coronavirus pandemic "is a result of a fallen world, a world that has turned its back on God." He added, "So I would encourage people to pray and let’s ask God for help."
Last week, televangelist pastor Kenneth Copeland called for a "supernatural heatwave" to kill the coronavirus in New York and across the United States.
Amid quarantine requests because of the coronavirus, small and aging churches are facing obstacles.
Cancellations of in-person church services because of the coronavirus pandemic have lead churches around the world to broadcast online church services. In China, however, when a pastor tried to do just that, the government shut him down.
In an exclusive interview with Christian Headlines, financial experts Ken Tan and Stan Reiff of the Capin Crouse financial firm discuss how churches and non-profit organizations can understand the Stimulus Package/CARES Act and how they can prepare for the financial futures of their organizations.