Ann Voskamp’s rural Canadian life may seem picture perfect. But with her new book, the intensely shy writer could spark a social movement among North American Christians.
Jonathan Bielaski. The Voskamp family eats three meals together, after which they read from the Bibles stored in drawers in a specially made dinner table.
Q&A with Steve Carter On "This Invitational Life"
Teaching Pastor for Willow Creek Community Church
disciple in Damascus who heard God whisper his name and his response was "Yes, Lord." God asked Ananias to go downtown and meet with Saul and invite him into the church family.
Responses to our September issue via letters, tweets, and Facebook posts.
Johnny Wooten Eastham Unit Lovelady, TX. Our Back-from-Prison Family p. 48. He and his team have visited this correctional facility, and my family has visited Radical Time Out.
Planting an Immigrant Church in America's Whitest City
Meet the retiree-turned-pastor who's creating a home for Portland's Arabic Christians.
Then, in 1972, John and his entire family emigrated to southern California, where he threw himself into learning English, attended Santa Monica College, and became a machinist.
Chibok Schoolgirls Released in Exchange for Boko Haram Militants
The girls are the first to be freed since the group was kidnapped from a boarding school in 2014.
But some in the group were concerned that she had not been allowed to return to her Christian family, which they assumed would be a strong element in her recovery from trauma.
How My Stereotype of Ex-Convicts Was Blown to Bits
Christianity Today President and CEO shares the joys and challenges of post-prison ministry.
(In this article I will follow the universal practice at RTO, rooted in its powerful sense of family, of calling one another by first names.) Born in Cuba, Manny had fallen victim to his mother's
The Church and the Huddled Masses
Throughout US history, the church has had a complicated relationship with the "homeless, tempest-tost" looking for a better life.
While subsequent reforms—most notably in 1965—shifted US immigration policy away from this preference for particular nationalities (instead prioritizing those with family ties or
The First in My Family to Graduate College
None of my family graduated from high school. My father was a Cuban musician and my mother was a singer.
None of my family graduated from high school. My father was a Cuban musician and my mother was a singer. The First in My Family to Graduate College.