Christina Cobb, chaplain of Columbia's Episcopal Campus Ministry, will travel later this month to South Sudan to teach sewing to women without access to electricity.
MU professor Craig Roberts helped edit a hymnbook that is about to undergo its second printing.
I've learned over the past 17 years that I don't have all the answers and that DVD players inside minivans are a useful part of life.
Saint Andrew's Evangelical Lutheran Church will celebrate the completion of its recent renovation project in a dedication service on Sunday.
Pastors at two Columbia Presbyterian churches — one providing services in Korean, the other in English — are building a relationship together through mission work and combined programs.
After the Joplin mosque was burned to the ground in August, the town's sense of community was challenged. Now, the Muslim community plans to rebuild the mosque, while the people of Joplin work to build a stronger community.
Mary Hull-Lovett, the first female pastor of the 145-year-old St. Paul A.M.E. Church, has led the church for seven years.
Mitt Romney has often been reluctant to discuss his Mormon beliefs. They may help or hurt him with an American public largely unfamiliar with the faith as his campaign starts to focus on religion.
The Mid-Missouri Pride Fest held its third annual interfaith worship service Sunday afternoon. Leaders from more than six different faiths took part in the service. The festival ran all day Sunday in downtown Columbia.
Two MU students said religion remains a top priority for them, but relying on Columbia's tight-knit Islamic community helps them balance religious values with college life.
Missouri voters approved a state constitutional amendment that specifically allows public prayer and permits students to avoid assignments that violate their religious beliefs.
Southern Baptist seminary professors and evangelical scientists have pleasant discussion about evolution on the BioLogos website.
State lawmakers debated a "right-to-pray" measure that will appear on the Aug. 7 ballot. Columbia lawmaker Chris Kelly opposes the amendment and said it could lead to unintended consequences.
Thousands of delegates at the denomination's annual meeting in New Orleans were nearly unanimous in their support for the resolution that affirms their belief that marriage is "the exclusive union of one man and one woman."
A day after electing their first African-American president, Southern Baptists were considering a resolution Wednesday opposing the idea that gay rights are the same as civil rights.
The election is a big step for a denomination that was formed out of a pre-Civil War split with northern Baptists over slavery and for much of the last century had a reputation for supporting segregation.
The proposed amendment will appear on the Aug. 7 statewide ballot.
Forty-two of the 47 plaintiffs who settled claims against the diocese say that the diocese hasn't lived up to the requirements of the settlement.
Bikers can come to church in their leather and do-rags at the Son Riders Motorcycle Church. Son Riders provides a nontraditional Christian community of worship aimed at making bikers feel welcome.
Pastor. Chaplain. Sheriff? Meet Mike Bonham, the pastor of a Maries County church and the county chaplain. He's running for Osage County Sheriff, with faith and law enforcement in the balance.