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A 'Romantic Way to Escape Persecution': Online Matchmaking
Persecution watchdog group hopes romantic connections between Western and Pakistani Christians could lead to asylum. Other persecution groups aren’t so sure.
Pakistan's strict blasphemy laws sent Christian Asia Bibi to death row for allegedly making a derogatory comment about Muhammad. Women are especially vulnerable.
The Nations Have Come to Our Cities
We cannot overlook the influx of "the nations" ready for the gospel.
an international in Chicago. I remember living overseas in Southeast Asia and how lonely I felt during Thanksgiving and Christmas. When I noticed how
Russia's Newest Law: No Evangelizing Outside of Church
(UPDATE) Putin signs new restrictions that limit where and how Christians share the gospel.
many believers will find themselves in exile and subjected to reprisals because of our faith,” wrote Oleg Goncharov, spokesman for the Seventh-day Adventists' Euro-Asia division, in an
Lawsuit Claims Gospel for Asia Misused Most Donations to 10/40 Window
(UPDATED) Citing 'innocent until proven guilty,' GFA calls class-action suit a 'blessing' for chance to put allegations to rest.
Lawsuit Claims Gospel for Asia Misused Most Donations to 10/40 Window. Below is GFA's full response to the lawsuit: Statement from Gospel for Asia Board on Recent Developments.
Across 198 Nations, Christians Face More Terrorism But Less Government Hostility
Pew finds that terrorism threatens to surpass the traditional persecutors of the global church.
biggest threat against religion. Violence was up in all regions except sub-Saharan Africa, increasing the most in Asia and the Pacific. The number of
Nury Vittachi
The Asian columnist employs subversive humor amid religious and government tensions.
But they're especially difficult, even dangerous, to cover when you're a journalist addressing religious opposition and challenging the most repressive governments throughout Asia.
Issues in the Future of Evangelicalism
The future of evangelicalism includes harsh realities for churches.
“If one looks at the world scene from a missionary point of view, surely the most striking fact is that, while in great areas of Asia and Africa the Church is growing, often growing rapidly, in
Suicide Bomber Kills More Than 70 as Taliban Targets Christians Celebrating Easter at Pakistan Park
(UPDATED) Blasphemy execution goes from good news to bad news for beleaguered believers.
in Pakistan's capital. They demanded that imprisoned Asia Bibi [see below for more details] also be hanged, reports the Associated Press. The Post offers
Why Gospel for Asia Got Kicked Out of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability
One of the world’s largest missions agencies denies wrongdoing and vows to improve.
Why Gospel for Asia Got Kicked Out of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability. Why Gospel for Asia Got Kicked Out of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability.
Report Details Why Gospel for Asia Lost ECFA Membership
Longtime board member releases documents on missions agency’s troubled management.
Report Details Why Gospel for Asia Lost ECFA Membership. Bob Smietana/ December 11, 2015. Report Details Why Gospel for Asia Lost ECFA Membership.
After Pastor's Wife Buried Alive, Chinese Church Wins Land Battle
Officials decide that bulldozed property does belong to Protestant house church after all.
Fu, China Aid's president. The incident took place in Henan province, which has one of the largest Christian populations in East Asia. The province is
Beyond Asia Bibi: International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church 2015
(UPDATED) A roundup of the good and the bad reported by international religious freedom watchdogs.
Beyond Asia Bibi: International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church 2015. Now Pakistan's Aasiya Noreen (popularly known as Asia Bibi) could be next.
Christian Mother on Pakistan's Death Row Gets Last Chance to Escape Blasphemy Execution
Asia Bibi, the 'world's most emblematic defender of human rights,' goes before Islamabad's Supreme Court.
Asia Bibi, the 'world's most emblematic defender of human rights,' goes before Islamabad's Supreme Court. Christian Mother on Pakistan's Death Row
Training Pastors: A High Priority for Global Ministry Strategy
Dr. Ramesh Richard shares about the need to train pastors for global ministry.
Dr. Richard serves as the founder and president of a global proclamation organization reaching leaders worldwide, especially those of Asia, Africa and Latin America.
Noteworthy Deaths of 2015: Elisabeth Elliot, Robert Schuller, Andrae Crouch, and More
Here are the Christian leaders lost last year that CT readers mourned most.
Seminary. Samuel Hugh Moffett, a Leading Expert in East Asia Christianity. Global Christian mission should pivot to Asia's 4.4 billion people, Moffett said.
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Fearless Faith in a Time of Forgetting
Fearless Faith in a Time of Forgetting
Our culture can’t remember what makes Christianity good, but there's no reason to freak out.
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