10 churches are suing Gov. Kate Brown for the COVID-19 pandemic stay-at-home orders claiming it to be unconstitutional. A group of Oregon churches and individuals have asked a judge to rule that Gov.Kate Brown's social distancing order infringes over them due to the coronavirus pandemic are unconstitutional. During the institution's board meeting this past weekend, Calvin University announced that they plan to use a $22.25 million anonymous gift to launch a new business school. In a recent blog post on Religion in Public, two researchers, Brittany Bramlett, teacher at University of Georgia and Ryan P.Burge, teacher at Eastern Illinois University analyzed tweets of all members of Congress from January of 2017 through April of 2018 to get a sense of how much "God Talk" is oc… The president made the announcement at a Rose Garden press conference that Trump administration is looking to develop the vaccine by the end of the year or maybe earlier, with the cooperation of public-private partnership. According to Iran media, Iran may deploy its military to help combat a locust invasion in the south of the country as swarms of insects threaten to destroy crops worth billions of dollars.
PCUSA Publishes First Korean-English Dictionary of Missionaries, Connecting Past and Present for Future Mission
Rev. Choon Lim, World Mission's regional liaison for East Asia and his wife Yen Hee Lim has made a long time to dream of connecting past and present mission workers in Korea by the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A) into reality by publishing "Korean-English Dictionary of Presbyterian Missionaries in Korea… Kentucky churches were able to hold Sunday services in person last week after a federal court halted the Kentucky governor's ban on mass gatherings including in-person religious services on May 10. The latest guidance by Small Business Administration (SBA) clarified some confusion regarding the unclear requirements that might have challenged some Churches to return their PPP loans. Now SBA provides "safe harbor" for any borrower that received a loan of less than $2 million. In China, toddlers are left with deformed heads and other disabilities after they are fed with "Protein Milk Powder" (product named Bei An Min) sold as baby formula. It has been more than 10 years since the melamine(toxic chemical to make plastic) milk powder wave, another milk powder scandal that t… A 40-year-old American missionary from Maryland, Kodiak pilot, and IT specialist for Idaho-based Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF), Joyce Lin, died in a plane crash on Tuesday delivering COVID-19 supplies to a remote village in Indonesia. Opendoors collected reflections about coronavirus isolation from nine Chinese pastors. As many Christians in China have been under brutal isolation avoiding the government's raid on their churches, they have gained wisdoms and experiences. In a recent potcast posted on Desiring of God, the well-known theologian and pastor John Piper answered a question about what is hyper-Calvinism and how can Calvinism go wrong. Ken Braddy, the director of Sunday school for LifeWay Christian Resources and the author of several books, including "Breathing Life Into Sunday School" recently shared the Baptist News about 24 Questions that the churches must answer before welcoming people back. Gilead Sciences Inc announced Tuesday that they had struck non-exclusive voluntary licensing agreements with five generic drug makers to manufacture remdesivir, its experimental COVID-19 drug, for distribution in 127 countries, not including the United States.