Author William P. Young's contract dispute regarding his runaway best-seller, The Shack, has been settled out of court. Read about the details of the lawsuit and how it was dropped. read more
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Consumers annually buy about $4.63 billion in Christian products. Christian retail sales account for more than 52 percent of these sales. That means Christian stores sell more Christian products than all the general market stores, discounters, warehouse clubs, and direct sales, according to the CBA. read more
Retailers and suppliers have welcomed a Christian Retailing initiative to promote support for and unity in the industry.
They have signed rallying point pledges committing to the ministry of Christian bookselling and helping to ensure that it continues. read more
The Dow Jones Industrial average declined 519 points, or 4.6 percent, on Wednesday. The dip marks the third time in the last five trading days that the Dow has lost more than 500 points. But now is no time to panic. So says Dave Ramsey, a nationally syndicated radio show host discussing personal finance topics. Ramsey has launched what he calls "The Great Recovery," a grassroots movement spread by people who are tired of looking to Washington for answers. read more
The Dow Jones Industrial Average on Monday saw its worst day since Dec. 2008, with the day's final numbers dropping 600 points.
As the U.S. national debt continues its climb past $14.5 trillion, Charismatic and evangelical Christian leaders are responding from various perspectives. read more
U.S. stocks swung upward in early trading Tuesday after their worst drop since 2008.
Despite the Dow's 193-point rise, economists are still concerned the world may soon fall into a recession.
Earlier Tuesday, Asian markets plummeted a second time after briefly stabilizing. read more
Industry leaders have paid tribute to longtime Christian publisher and CBA founding member Robert L. Kregel, who died Sunday (June 24) after a brief illness. Regarded as a pioneering giant in the Christian product industry, the former president of Grand Rapids, Mich.-based Kregel Inc. was 92. read more