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Building Bridges of Witness in Turkey
To be Turkish is to be Muslim.
dominated caliphate? Or perhaps build its own bridge of Europe and Asia through Syria, Iraq, and around the Mediterranean to North Africa? Into the
The African Diaspora (Part 2): What We Can Learn and Biblical Principles
Immigrants can bless their home countries and their host countries
If they were to remember their own people, Africa could see great blessing and progress. Dr. John Jusu, Africa Study Bible Supervising Editor, was born in Sierra Leone.
The African Diaspora (Part 1): A Brief History and Lessons
Immigrant lessons from Joseph, Daniel, Esther, and Nehemiah
The people of Africa have been dispersed throughout the world perhaps more than the people of any other continent. Thirteen hundred years ago, Arabs
South Sudan: Famine, War, and Hope
The fields of South Sudan could feed the whole continent.
Recently, I landed with Aiah Fouday-Khanenje, head of the Association of Evangelicals in Africa, in Juba, capital of this newest of nations, South Sudan.
A Surprising Life Cycle: A Glimpse at Rwanda Today
Reconstruction and revival in Rwanda
One can't find anyone who either wasn't a perpetrator or victim. Gahini, just miles from where we had lunch, is where the East Africa Revival broke out in the 1920s and 1930s.
Dispatches from Kenya
Kenyan evangelicals were a petri dish in the grand experiment of public square engagement.
The Academy Award winning Out of Africa, with Meryl Streep and Robert Redford, gives visual cadence to the beauty of the majestic landscape of East Africa.
David Platt to Be a Teaching Pastor—Is it a Bridge Too Far for the IMB President?
International Mission Board president to become McLean Bible teaching pastor.
People at Moody Church tell me that he rode the train in and out of Chicago, spending most of his time focused on the Africa Inland Mission, speaking all week.
Remember the Other Carey: Unsung Hero of the Modern Missions Movement
Lott Carey was born a slave, purchased his freedom, and carried the gospel to Africa.
Lott Carey was born a slave, purchased his freedom, and carried the gospel to Africa. As a child, she told the young Carey about Africa and how the people there did not know God.
How Discipleship Is Transforming Nairobi, One Woman at a Time
Women in urban East Africa face challenges that are both unique and universal.
Women in urban East Africa face challenges that are both unique and universal. Although women in Africa are hungry for this holistic discipleship, many of them don't have access to it.
Pew: Islam Is Most Official, But Christianity Is Most Favored Worldwide
How governments treat religion in 199 countries and territories.
How governments treat religion in 199 countries and territories.
Zimbabwe Can Be Born Again: Church Leaders Explain Mugabe-Military Crisis
As politicians and media debate coup, evangelicals see ‘opportunity for the birth of a new nation.’
As politicians and media debate coup, evangelicals see 'opportunity for the birth of a new nation.'.
Why Christians Should Stop Caring About So Many Causes
True transformation takes focus, not capricious compassion.
The hunger crisis spreading across East Africa, affecting more than 20 million people, is yet another opportunity to show who we are and whom we love.
Lutherans Remember the Reformation Where Germany Committed Genocide
Lutheran World Federation assembles in Namibia for 500th anniversary of Martin Luther.
Lutheran World Federation assembles in Namibia for 500th anniversary of Martin Luther.
Protestantism after 500 Years
By 2040, half of all Protestants will live in Africa.
Protestantism after 500 Years. Protestantism after 500 Years. By 2040, half of all Protestants will live in Africa. That is, sometime around 2040 half of all Protestants will live in Africa.
What Tim Keller and Michael Gerson Want You to Know About How America Spends Its Money
“It’s possible for a church with deep resources for doing good to get co-opted by nationalism. I don’t want that to happen now.”
For instance, I spent time in Africa in 2003 at the height of the AIDS epidemic. In some parts of Africa, AIDS was on the verge of making society impossible.
Meet the Pastor Who Challenged Africa’s Oldest Dictator with Surprising Success
#ThisFlag protest leader Evan Mawarire is back home—and was back in jail until yesterday.
#ThisFlag protest leader Evan Mawarire is back home—and was back in jail until yesterday.
Tragic Church Bus Crash Ends Student Mission Trip Before It Can Start
Accident kills teen girl from Alabama megachurch who felt God’s call to Botswana.
On the way to the Atlanta airport for a student mission trip to Africa, an Alabama church bus flipped in a crash with two other vehicles, killing a teen girl and injuring dozens more.
Is Orality Really Effective in Sharing the Gospel?
o·ral·i·ty: the quality of being spoken or verbally communicated
After hosting multiple orality training workshops and using orality on mission trips in Asia, Africa, and Central America, a church in the Midwest is now using these methods in their
Why Africa Needed Its Own Study BibleSubscriber Access Only
And why Americans might want one too.
Why Africa Needed Its Own Study Bible. And why Americans might want one too. Morgan Africa is ready for its own take on the Bible, she said. “Christians
The Top 50 Countries Where It’s Most Dangerous to Follow Jesus
If trends continue, North Korea will no longer be the world’s worst persecutor of Christians.
The Top 50 Countries Where It's Most Dangerous to Follow Jesus. Research.
In Defense of Pro-Life ‘Hypocrisy’
In Defense of Pro-Life ‘Hypocrisy’
Analogies between abortion and other “life issues” are shakier than we sometimes suppose.
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