|Churches split on Scouts' welcoming of gay youth
In suburban Atlanta, northern Idaho and a number of other places, churches have moved swiftly to sever ties with the Boy Scouts of America in protest over the vote last month to let openly gay boys participate in Scouting.
|Arkansas House Approves Guns in Church Bill
The Arkansas House overwhelmingly approved a bill that allows concealed handguns in churches.
|Thieves Target Small Churches in Marshall County
In the last two weeks, four small country churches have been robbed in Marshall County. Watch Video
|Thieves Hitting Rural Churches in Marshall, Tate Counties
Law enforcement in north Mississippi is investigating a rash of church burglaries in the northeast part of Tate County, with similar crimes reported in neighboring Marshall County.
|Announcement: NAACP Urges African American Church Leaders to Participate In Day of Unity
The NAACP National Health Department is asking African-American church leaders across the country to join the NAACP in a national ‘Day of Unity’ on Sunday, July 8, 2012, to announce the release of the pastoral brief and training manual entitled The Black Church and HIV: The Social Justice Imperative.
|Bill to Allow Concealed Guns in Arkansas Churches
Arkansas is one of 10 states where concealed weapons are banned in places of worship. Local church members say extra protection may not be a bad thing. Watch Video
|TN High Court: Lawsuit against Diocese of Memphis Can Move Forward
The Tennessee Supreme Court has ruled that a man who claims to have been sexually abused by a Catholic priest in the 1970s may proceed with his lawsuit against the Diocese of Memphis.
|Church Burglary Investigation Nabs 1 Suspect, 2 At Large
Memphis police say they have charged a man with burglary for a crime that happened on Sunday, October 9, 2011, around 10:40 a.m. at the New Bethel Temple Church at 3372 Park Avenue.
|Woman Leaves Church After Pastor Caught Stealing Her Painkillers
A Smyrna woman says she has left the church she belonged to for 55 years after her former pastor was charged with stealing her pain medicine.
|Former Church Treasurer Gets 8 Years of House Arrest
A former treasurer at a Rogersville church must spend the next eight years on house arrest and sell her home to pay back money she admitted stealing, but she can avoid going to prison.