A harrowing escape from Afghanistan and a long journey brought one Afghan couple to a place of peace and hope, and a future for their unborn child.
One of the many volunteers supervising unaccompanied migrant youth in a shelter at the Freeman Coliseum discusses her experience.
Unlike last year, San Antonio churches are preparing the pews ahead of Easter with loosened pandemic protocols in place.
A $12.5 million expansion plan to renovate and nearly double the size of the Cornerstone Church sanctuary is set to begin in May.
A church’s “community snow day” turns into contagious effort to support others in need with warmth, food, and water.
Rev. David Semrad led campus ministries, helped found the San Antonio Education Partnership, and was active in COPS/Metro.
More than 70 local religious leaders have signed a statement saying they plan to get vaccinated against the new coronavirus.
For Mennonite Church, coffee trailer supporting refugees provides new outlet for long-standing mission
The San Antonio Mennonite Church opened a coffee trailer to provide financial support for asylum-seeking families in the community.
On Sunday, families and friends who have been touched by suicide will gather for the annual Out of the Darkness event.
The Marianist priest and longtime member of the St. Mary’s University theology department, died Sept. 29 after a brief illness.
The Rev. Louis Zbinden led the First Presbyterian Church of San Antonio for more than 30 years and helped establish several organizations that helped thousands of homeless people.
Prominent local pastor and author Max Lucado got down on his knees Sunday in San Antonio to beg forgiveness for his and his white ancestors’ acts of racism and inaction.
Cornerstone Christian Schools has filed a lawsuit challenging a local health directive that would prevent it from starting in-person learning on Aug. 17.