WASHINGTON (RNS) Curry said the January primates’ meeting allowed both parties to express their differences and yet find a way to still remain together.
Author Archives: Adelle M. Banks
About Adelle M. Banks
Adelle M. Banks joined the Religion News Service staff in 1995. She previously was the religion reporter at the Orlando Sentinel and a reporter at The Providence Journal and newspapers in the upstate New York communities of Syracuse and Binghamton. A graduate of Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Mass., she spearheaded an RNS project on the March on Washington that won a 2014 Wilbur Award from the Religion Communicators Council. Banks was a third-place winner in the Religion Newswriters Association’s Religion Reporter of the Year contest in 2011 and 1998. She also has been honored by Associated Church Press.
(RNS) “It’s got to look good, and you’ve got to be precise,” Osteen tells “Success” magazine of his productions.
WASHINGTON (RNS) The president’s speech to several thousand mostly evangelical listeners came a day after he spoke at a Baltimore mosque.
(RNS) The U.S. Postal Service called Richard Allen “an inspiring figure whose life and work resonate profoundly in American history.”
(RNS) He rose to political attention — and a few months near the top of opinion polls — as a culture warrior popular with evangelicals.
(RNS) She joins ministers from the United Church of Christ and the United Methodist Church nominated to a White House advisory council.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Many are first-timers at the anti-abortion annual event. “This is an issue that is worth walking in a blizzard for,” said one woman planning to march.
(RNS) To mark the holiday honoring the late Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., we asked visitors to the national memorial in Washington, D.C., how they view King as a spiritual leader.