- Baptists to Open Their ranks to Missionaries who Speak in Tongues The policy change enables SBC to compete with churches.
- World Vision Suspends Operations in Key South Sudan State Operations have ceased amid escalating violence.
- Philanthropist John M. Templeton Jr. Dies He chaired the Templeton Foundation, known for awarding the Templeton Prize.
- Orthodox Jewish Commencement Speaker Finds a Shabbat Workaround A creative use of technology helped Don Greenberg observe Shabbat.
- Christians Lose Ground, ‘Nones’ Soar in new Portrait of US Religion Atheists and agnostics have nearly doubled their share of the religious landscape.
- Texas Takes Defiant Stance as Gay Marriage Decision Looms State lawmakers are crafting bills to block same-sex marriage.
- Plans Announced for England’s First Women-only Mosque Some of the Muslim leaders view the project as a "wakeup call to men"
- Liberia: United Methodists Keep Ban on Divorced Clergy Becoming Bishops Some church members are protesting the ban.
- World Bank Launches Interfaith Push to Eliminate Extreme Poverty The goal is to end extreme poverty by 2030.
- Activists Demand Obama Appoint Envoy for Persecuted Christians