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Why International Adoptions by Americans Have Hit a 35-Year Low
Most of the decline comes from three countries.
orphanage in Russia. 0; tweet; share; email; print. In 2004, Americans adopted 22,884 children from foreign countries—an all-time high. Twelve years later
Canada Thinks It Has a Better Way to Defend Religious Freedom
New government shuts down Office of Religious Freedom modeled after US version.
shares the same conviction as the previous government, but it assesses the consequences of its chosen method of promoting this conviction differently,” said foreign affairs minister
Will Ben Carson's Bible Advice to Donald Trump Work? Here’s What Americans Think
Can more Bible reading make the presidential election more civil if Trump’s favorite verse is ‘an eye for an eye?’
Hundreds will make their way to the 27th annual reading at the US Capitol, where 100 English and foreign language versions of the Bible will be available.
John Kerry: ISIS Is Responsible for Genocide Against Christians
(UPDATED) Days after unanimous House vote, Secretary of State finally agrees with international religious freedom advocates.
Meanwhile, the House Foreign Affairs Committee voted last week to pass two resolutions: one calling for support of the creation of an international war crimes tribunal to prosecute those
Dissertations that are Needed Today
Work to add to the body of human knowledge.
I have a Ph.D. focused on missiology, but I mainly focused on North America. I studied everything foreign missions practitioners do, but I did it in a North American context.
College Drops Mascot Named for Missionaries Martyred by Native Americans
The 'Fighting Missionaries' will no longer memorialize Marcus and Narcissa Whitman.
When Marcus returned from successfully asking the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions not to close down one of his three mission stations, he brought fresh
Weekend Edition—March 18, 2016
Toxic church culture, shaming, society and lies, and more!
Christians. Refugees Don't Need Your Pity—Anna Bodkhen. A different look at the refugee crisis, this time from Foreign Policy magazine. Dispossessed
Pastor of China's Largest Church Jailed for Protesting Removal of 1,500 Crosses
Christian unity growing as government-approved churches no longer immune from persecution.
The government's decision to go after Gu seems at odds with the role the popular pastor played for years, when he welcomed foreign delegations—Franklin Graham preached at his
Kenya Puts Rules to Rein In Prosperity Preachers on Pause
Widespread protests prompt president to send proposed regulations back to the drawing board.
Churches would have to state any affiliation between leadership and a foreign group. Foreign pastors would require a work permit and government clearance.
North Korea Sentences Canadian Megachurch Pastor to Life in Prison
(UPDATED) Toronto pastor who made hundreds of humanitarian trips dodges death penalty.
KCNA posted photos of the trial. The Canadian foreign affairs department called the sentence “unduly harsh” in light of Lim's "age and fragile health.".
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.
Support for him among the 500,000-strong armed forces was so strong that the army chief at the time told foreign ambassadors that he was unable to issue a condemnation.
How Indonesia’s 'Religious Harmony' Law Has Closed 1,000 Churches
Even churches with proper documentation are being denied building permits. Why?
Others have never been built. “It shows the failures of the religious harmony regulation,” Human Rights Watch researcher Andreas Harsono told Foreign Policy.
Onward 'Christian Soldiers': First American Volunteer Dies Fighting ISIS
Some of the foreign fighters flocking to Iraq and Syria are taking the side of persecuted Christians.
Some of the foreign fighters flocking to Iraq and Syria are taking the side of persecuted Christians. Onward 'Christian Soldiers': First American Volunteer Dies Fighting ISIS.
66 Missionaries Must Leave UK after Operation Mobilization Loses License
Same visa problem almost led YWAM to lose hundreds of workers last year.
His group sought to “mobilize local churches for global missions which would be led by indigenous rather than foreign missionaries,” wrote Justin Taylor for The Gospel Coalition.
Church Attendance Plunges after Nepal Becomes a Secular State
Christians mostly welcomed new constitution. Nepal’s main trading partner did not.
Nepal received more than $4.4 billion in foreign aid after an earthquake 16 times more powerful than Haiti's 2010 disaster killed more than 9,000 people in April.
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My Encounter with Ken Ham's Giant Ark
My Encounter with Ken Ham's Giant Ark
A four-hour visit to the massive replica of Noah's boat left me with a flood of questions.
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