Family tradition allows game maker to give thanks, give to ministry

Louie Stotz says his Thanksgiving board game can add some reality to holiday get togethers through "thanksgiving, thanks-guessing and thanks-sharing."

Abuse survivors struggle with loss of faith, confidence

t’s been 23 years since Diane Bach left the Tony Alamo Christian Ministries compound in Arkansas, but she still struggles to make decisions for herself.

Faith Digest: Religious hate crimes dropped last year

Hate crimes directed against people on the basis of religion decreased in 2007, according to the FBI.

Chaplains counsel patience as General Motors downsizes

Two volunteer chaplains try to tend to the emotional and spiritual problems of 1,500 fellow workers at a General Motors plant in Michigan following an  announcement it will close by December 2009.

Obama victory signals shift, but social conservatives still score wins

All religious groups shifted toward Barack Obama, the candidate opposed by the Religious Right’s leadership, in his historic presidential win. Still, religious conservatives managed a few victories.
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